Q: How do I use the tonneau cover?

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How do I use the tonneau cover?

The tonneau cover extends from the trunk, and can be used to cover the items stored in the trunk. This can provide protection from the sun to your stored items. Extending the tonneau cover is easy: 1. Locate the handle from the center edge of the cover, which is attached to the back of the rear seat. 2. Pull the handle to extend the cover. 3. Attach the tonneau cover mounting rods to the hooks which are on the side of the trunk opening. 4. To close the tonneau cover, unhook the rods and retract the cover.

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