Removing and installing the battery upper cover (Petrol-powered vehicles equipped with turbocharger)Removing and installing the battery upper cover (Petrol-powered vehicles 
equipped with turbocharger)  - Battery - Maintenance - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

► Turn the ignition key to the “LOCK” position on the vehicle. Make sure that Warning

► Turn the ignition key to the “LOCK” position on the vehicle. Make sure that your clothes cannot be caught by the fan or drive belt. Personal injury could result.

To remove

1. Remove the clips (A), and then remove the air duct (B).

2. Turn the plastic nuts (C) anticlockwise, and then remove the battery upper

2. Turn the plastic nuts (C) anticlockwise, and then remove the battery upper cover (D).

Note

► Be careful not to lose the removed plastic nuts. Note

► Be careful not to lose the removed plastic nuts.

To install

1. Install the battery upper cover (A) onto the battery, and then push the plastic nuts (B) in the direction shown by the arrows to secure the cover.

Note

► Be sure to install the plastic nuts in the correct direction. Note

► Be sure to install the plastic nuts in the correct direction.
► Make sure that the battery upper cover is installed securely.

2. To install the air duct, perform the removal steps in reverse.

► Be sure to install the battery upper cover. Caution

► Be sure to install the battery upper cover.
Otherwise, the battery electrolyte may spill and cause a malfunction.
► When installing the battery upper cover, plastic nuts, and air duct, do not touch the cooling fan or other moving parts in the engine compartment. Be especially careful that the cables, your clothing or hair, etc., do not get caught in the cooling fan or other moving parts.

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