Mitsubishi Outlander: Tools and jack - For emergencies - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's ManualMitsubishi Outlander: Tools and jack

Storage

The tools and jack are stowed on the right side of the luggage area. The storage location of the tools and jack should be remembered in case of an emergency.

1- Jack. 2- Tools.

1- Jack. 2- Tools.

Tools

1- Tool case. 2- Wheel nut wrench. 3- Jack bar. 4- Towing hook.

1- Tool case. 2- Wheel nut wrench. 3- Jack bar. 4- Towing hook.

Jack

To remove

1. Turn the knob (A) anticlockwise and remove the lid (B).

1. Turn the knob (A) anticlockwise and remove the lid (B).

2. Remove the fastening band (C) and remove the tools.

2. Remove the fastening band (C) and remove the tools.

3. Retract the jack and remove it from its installation fitting (D).

3. Retract the jack and remove it from its installation fitting (D).

To store

1. Retract the jack, then return it to its original position. 2. Extend the jack and firmly secure it.

3. Return the tools to the tool bag, return it to its original position, and

3. Return the tools to the tool bag, return it to its original position, and firmly fasten with the fastening band. 4. Install the lid and turn the knob clockwise.

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