Wheel coversWheel covers  - How to change a tyre - For emergencies - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

To removeWrap the tip of the jack bar with a cloth, insert it deeply into the notch provided in the wheel cover, and pry the cover away from the wheel. Using the same procedure at the other wheel cover notches, work the wheel cover away from the wheel to remove it completely.

CAUTION

• Removing the cover with your hands may cause injury to the fingers. CAUTION

• Removing the cover with your hands may cause injury to the fingers.

• The wheel cover is made of plastic. Pry it loose carefully. NOTE

• The wheel cover is made of plastic. Pry it loose carefully.

To install

1. Make sure the tabs (A) of the back of the wheel cover are not broken and correctly fitted on the rings (B). If in doubt, do not install the wheel cover and consult a MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.

2. Align the tyre valve stem (C) with the cut out area (D) in the wheel cover.

2. Align the tyre valve stem (C) with the cut out area (D) in the wheel cover.

NOTE

There is a symbol (E) on the back of the wheel cover indicating the cut out NOTE

There is a symbol (E) on the back of the wheel cover indicating the cut out area.

3. Push the underside (F) of the wheel cover into the wheel.
4. Gently push both sides (G) of the wheel cover and hold them in place with both knees.
5. Gently push around the top (H) of the wheel cover.

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