Subaru Forester: Under the cargo area - Maintenance tools - In case of emergency - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Under the cargo area

1) Under-floor storage compartment (if equipped) (Refer to “Under-floor

1) Under-floor storage compartment (if equipped) (Refer to “Under-floor storage compartment”)
2) Jack handle
3) Tool bucket
4) Spare tire

1) Wheel nut wrench

1) Wheel nut wrench
2) Hex-head wrench (only models with moonroof)
3) Screwdriver
4) Jack
5) Towing hook (eye bolt)

The jack handle is stored under the cargo floor. The jack and towing hook are stored in the tool bucket that is located in the recess of the spare tire wheel.

Also, the tools in the tool bag can be stored in the tool bucket as illustrated.

For how to use the jack, refer to “Flat tires”.

    Tool bag
    1) Screwdriver 2) Wheel nut wrench 3) Tool bag 4) Wheel cover remover (only models with wheel covers) 5) Hex-head wrench (only models with moonroof) The screwdriver and wheel nut wrench a ...

    Flat tires
    If you have a flat tire while driving, never brake suddenly; keep driving straight ahead while gradually reducing speed. Then slowly pull off the road to a safe place. ...

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