If your vehicle tows another vehicleIf your vehicle tows another vehicle  - Emergency towing - Towing - For emergencies - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

1. Take out the towing hook, wheel nut wrench and jack bar. Refer to “Tools and jack”.

2. Cover the tip of the jack bar with a cloth, then use it to remove the cover (D) that is located on the rear bumper.

3. Use the wheel nut wrench (E) to firmly attach the towing hook (F).

3. Use the wheel nut wrench (E) to firmly attach the towing hook (F).

4. Always attach the tow rope to the towing hook. Otherwise, the instructions

4. Always attach the tow rope to the towing hook. Otherwise, the instructions are the same as for “When being towed by another vehicle”.

5. When finished towing, remove the towing hook, and stow it in the specified location.

Refer to “Tools and jack”.

When installing the cover, align the hook with the cut out area on the vehicle, and firmly insert.

► Do not tow a vehicle heavier than your own vehicle. Note

► Do not tow a vehicle heavier than your own vehicle.

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