Q: How do I secure the floor mats in place?

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How do I secure the floor mats in place?

A: Certain floor mats are designed to be used ...

Certain floor mats are designed to be used on specific models. They should be secured in place so they don’t move around.

  1. Attach the floor mat by putting the retaining hooks into the eyelets on the floor mats.

  2. To secure the mats in place, turn the upper knob of the clips and align the triangle marks.

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