To installTo install  - Wheel covers - How to change a tyre - For emergencies - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

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 your MITSUBISHI MOTORS Authorized Service Point.

2. Align the air valve (C) of the tyre with the notch (D) in the wheel cover.

2. Align the air valve (C) of the tyre with the notch (D) in the wheel cover.

Note

► Full wheel covers have a symbol mark (E) provided on the reverse side to show Note

► Full wheel covers have a symbol mark (E) provided on the reverse side to show the air valve location.
Before installing the wheel cover to the wheel, make sure that the opening with the symbol mark is correctly aligned with the air valve.

3. Push the bottom part (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 tap around the circumference of the wheel cover at the top (H), then push the wheel cover into place.

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