Inflate tires with the compressor included in the tire sealing system

The vehicle's original tires can be inflated using the compressor in the tire sealing system.
The compressor must be switched off. Make sure that the switch is in the 0 (Off) position and take out the electrical cable and the hose.

Attach the hose directly onto the compressor's bottle holder and turn clockwise until it clicks into place.

Move the warning sticker to the side of the compressor; it doesn't need to be affixed to the wheel side if the sealing compound is not used.

Unscrew the tire's valve cap and screw the hose's valve connector as far as possible onto the valve.

Connect the electrical cable to the nearest 12 V outlet and start the vehicle.


Inhaling exhaust fumes could lead to serious injury. Never leave the engine running in an enclosed space or a space without sufficient ventilation.


Never leave children unattended in the vehicle while the engine is running.
Start the compressor by moving the switch to the I (On) position.


Risk of overheating. The compressor should not be running for longer than 10 minutes at a time.
Inflate the tire to the pressure specified on the tire pressure decal on the driver's side door pillar. If the inflation pressure is too high, use the air release valve to release air.
Switch off the compressor. Remove the hose and the electrical cable.
Screw the valve cap back onto the tire.


  • After inflating a tire, always replace the valve cap to help prevent valve damage caused by gravel, dirt, etc.
  • Use plastic valve caps only. Metal caps could corrode and become difficult to remove.


The compressor is an electric device. Follow local regulations for disposal.