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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Vehicle lifting points

Fig. 205 Lifting point at front for the lifting platform or vehicle jack

Fig. 206 Lifting points at rear for the lifting platform or vehicle jack

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The vehicle may only be lifted at the points shown in the illustrations   and  . If the vehicle is not raised on the lifting points shown, the vehicle could be damaged  . There is also a risk of serious injury  .

Lifting platforms with fluid filled cushions (receiving platforms) may not be used for lifting the vehicle.

There are many precautions that have to be followed when lifting a vehicle on a workshop hoist or floor jack. Do not try to lift a vehicle on a lifting platform or vehicle jack unless you have the training, knowledge and experience to be able to do so safely.

Using the jack to lift the vehicle   .

WARNING

Lifting your vehicle incorrectly with a lifting platform or vehicle jack can cause accidents and serious personal injury:

NOTICE

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