Q: How do I use the cargo cover?

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How do I use the cargo cover?

The cargo cover is used to cover items that are stored in your trunk. The cover can provide added security by hiding your storage, or it can simply provide shade cover. To open the cargo cover, extend it manually from the back of the rear seats. When it is fully extended, attach the cover to the hooks that are on both sides of the trunk. To store the cover, detach it from the hooks and guide it back into the retractor. Tips Never place items on top of the cargo cover, or you may damage it.

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