- 1). Pull over to a safe location. Run flat tires can be driven up to 90 miles and no more than 50 miles per hour.
- 2). Raise the car with a jack at the appropriate jack points on the chassis.
- 3). Unscrew the lug nuts with a tire tool or socket set. These may be difficult to remove due to rust or if they were originally installed with an air gun.
- 4). Remove the old tire and remount the spare run flat tire in its place.
- 5). Tighten the lug nuts as much as you can with the tire tool.
- 6). Lower the car with the jack.
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