Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Antenna

Roof antenna

To remove

Turn the pole (A) anticlockwise.

To install

Screw the pole (A) clockwise into the base (B) until it is securely retained.

Screw the pole (A) clockwise into the base (B) until it is securely retained.

NOTE:

● Be sure to remove the roof antenna in the following cases:

• When going into an automatic car wash.

• When placing a car cover over the vehicle.

● Before driving into a structure that has a low ceiling, fold down the antenna to prevent it from hitting the ceiling.

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