Jeep Liberty: Accessing The Storage Bin - Cargo Load Floor - Cargo Area Features - Understanding The Features Of Your Vehicle - Jeep Liberty Owner's ManualJeep Liberty: Accessing The Storage Bin

NOTE: The spring-loaded latches that retain the storage bin cover to the cargo load floor should not be used as cargo tie-downs.

1. Flip the spring-loaded latch pull-loops up.

Cargo Load Floor Loops
Cargo Load Floor Loops

2. Pull the loops upward and twist them one-quarter turn so that they are parallel to the slots in the storage bin cover.

3. Lift the cover upward over the loops.

4. Turn over the cover and reinstall it.

NOTE: You can install the cover with either side facing upward.

5. With the cover seated in the floor, pull upward on loops and twist them one-quarter turn so that they are no longer parallel to the slots in the cover.

6. Flip the loops down.

WARNING!
A loose storage bin cover thrown forward in a accident or hard stop could endanger the occupants of the vehicle. Always latch the storage bin cover to the cargo load floor with the spring-loaded latches when not accessing the storage bin.

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