Rear shelf panelRear shelf panel  - For pleasant driving - Mitsubishi ASX Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi ASX

• Do not place luggage or other items on the rear shelf panel. Any items on CAUTION

• Do not place luggage or other items on the rear shelf panel. Any items on the rear shelf panel would obstruct your rearward view, and they could fly forward and cause injuries or other mishap in the event of hard braking.

To install

1. Insert the concave portion (A) on the underside of the rear shelf panel into the inside protruding portion (B) of the tailgate.

CAUTION

• Lightly push the rear shelf panel to make sure that the concave portion CAUTION

• Lightly push the rear shelf panel to make sure that the concave portion (A) is set firmly in the protruding portion (B) of the tailgate. If the rear shelf panel is not securely locked in place, it could unhook while driving and cause injuries.

2. Hang the strap (C) of the rear shelf panel on the hook (D).

To remove

To remove

Follow this procedure in reverse to remove.

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