Range Rover Evoque: Using the repair kit

sealant Avoid skin contact with the sealant which contains natural rubber latex.
Do not unscrew the sealant bottle from the receiver until it is empty, as sealant will leak out.
If the tyre inflation pressure does not reach 1.8 bar (26 lb/in²) within seven minutes, the tyre may have suffered excessive damage. A temporary repair will not be possible, and the vehicle should not be driven until the tyre has been replaced.

repair, ensure Before attempting a tyre repair, ensure that the vehicle is parked safely, as far away from passing traffic as possible.
Ensure that the parking brake is applied, and P is selected if an automatic transmission is fitted.
Do not attempt to remove foreign objects such as nails, screws, etc. from the tyre.
Always run the engine when using the compressor, unless the vehicle is in an enclosed, or poorly ventilated space.
To prevent overheating do not operate the compressor continuously for longer than ten minutes.

Note: All vehicle drivers and occupants should be made aware that a temporary repair has been made to a tyre fitted to the vehicle. They should also be made aware of the special driving conditions imposed when using a repaired tyre.

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