Mitsubishi Outlander manuals

Mitsubishi Outlander: Cargo area cover

To use

1. Draw out the cover retracted by spring and insert it in the mounting grooves (A).

2. Remove the cover from the mounting grooves, and the cover will be rolled back

2. Remove the cover from the mounting grooves, and the cover will be rolled back into the retracted position.

NOTE:

● Do not put luggage on the cargo area cover.

To change

There are 2 installation holes (B) for the cargo area cover.

There are 2 installation holes (B) for the cargo area cover.

1. Move one of the sliders (C) toward the inside of the vehicle, and fit the

1. Move one of the sliders (C) toward the inside of the vehicle, and fit the tab (D) into the installation hole that is to be used. Move the opposite slider in the same fashion.

2. After changing the position, gently shake the entire cargo area cover to make sure it is securely retained.

NOTE:

● If the rear seat seatbacks make contact with the cargo area cover, move back the cargo area cover.

The cargo area cover could break if it supports the seatback of the rear seat.

To remove

1. Wind up the cargo area cover.

1. Wind up the cargo area cover.

2. Move one of the sliders (C) toward the inside of the vehicle and lift it to remove the cargo area cover.

To fit the cargo area cover, follow the removal steps in reverse.

Gently shake the entire cargo area cover after fitting it to make sure it is securely retained.

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