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I'm at the tire shop test fitting the all-seasons to my car right now.

They have a call into Jaguar to figure out if there is anything special they need to do before jacking up the car - due to the air suspension.

Does anyone know if there is any procedure to this or just jack it up?

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I looked in the owners manual and searched Jack, Lift, Tire Change, etc. Nothing showed up in the app for the manual.

All is good though.
 

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The issue wasn't the hardpoints, they just wanted to make sure there wasn't something we had to setup with the air suspension in order to lift the car.

Tesla's have a jacking mode for this.

The IPace can be lifted without doing anything to the suspension.

One interesting item I noticed while the wheels were off - there was a huge mix of not only Jaguar part tags on the suspension but also a lot of Land Rover. Seems they really did raid the Land Rover parts bin for the air suspension?
 

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JLR = Jaguar Land Rover so seeing parts from a Land Rover in a Jaguar and vice versa shouldnt be that uncommon.
I will need to jack up my IPace in the spring, so care to share where the hard points are for the jack?
 

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Good luck and hope other owners don't have the same problem we just got into. Tire shop lifted the vehicle. Belle Tire damaged the High Voltage Traction Battery and the repair cost is $45K plus. So make sure your shop knows what they are doing. They have done 2 other tire swaps for me on this vehicle no problem, new crew forgot to check, going to cost them a bit of $$...Good luck with this. Tesla has a nice little rubber donut that inserts into the bottom of the car and cushions the lift...
 
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