BonnetBonnet  - Maintenance - Mitsubishi Outlander Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Outlander

To open

1. Pull the release lever toward you to unlock the bonnet.

1. Pull the release lever toward you to unlock the bonnet.

2. Raise the bonnet while pressing the safety lock.

2. Raise the bonnet while pressing the safety lock.

NOTE:

● Only open the bonnet when the wipers are in the parked position. In any other position, the wipers could damage the paint or bonnet.

3. Support the bonnet by inserting the support bar in its slot.

3. Support the bonnet by inserting the support bar in its slot.

CAUTION:

CAUTION:

● Note that the support bar may disengage the bonnet if the open bonnet is lifted by a strong wind.

● After inserting the support bar into the slot, make sure the bar supports the bonnet securely from faling down on to your head or body.

To close

1. Unlatch the support bar and clip it in its holder.

1. Unlatch the support bar and clip it in its holder.

2. Slowly lower the bonnet to a position 30 cm above the closed position, then let it drop.

3. Make sure the bonnet is securely locked by softly lifting the centre of the bonnet.

NOTE:

● If this does not close the bonnet, release it from a slightly higher position.

● Do not press down firmly on the bonnet as doing so could damage it.

CAUTION:

● Be careful that hands or fingers are not trapped when closing the bonnet.

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