Bonnet release

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Bonnet

Bonnet

This operation should only be performed while the vehicle is stationary.

Open the door.

To unlock, pull release lever A.

Lift up lever B, then raise the bonnet.

Lift up lever B, then raise the bonnet.

Note: The panel may be hot after the vehicle has been in use.

Bonnet stay

Bonnet stay

Unclip the stay and pivot to lodge it in the catch indicated by a yellow arrow.

To eliminate any risk of burns, only handle the bonnet stay using the protective foam.

To close

Check that nothing has been left on top of the engine and that any component that was moved has been correctly repositioned.

Return the bonnet stay to its initial position.

Lower the bonnet carefully, then let it drop shut.

Check that the bonnet is properly secured.
Do not operate the bonnet in strong winds.

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