Ford Mustang Owners Manual: Using the boot

Installing the Boot

WARNING

: Always secure the retaining clips and boot straps on the vehicle or the boot may come loose while driving.

Note

: Be sure the boot is secure on the vehicle before driving. Improper installation can result in loss or damage of the boot.

1. Install the boot on the vehicle by hooking the boot retaining clips on the


1. Install the boot on the vehicle by hooking the boot retaining clips on the back panel.

2. Install the boot on the right side tucking in the front part of the boot in the quarter panel and hooking the retaining clip on the side.

3. Install the boot on the left side tucking in the front part of the boot in the quarter panel and hooking the retaining clip on the side.

4. Tuck the boot corners behind the shoulder belts.

5. Secure the boot straps on the rear seat hooks behind the rear seat.

Removing the Boot

1. Unhook the boot straps from the rear seat hooks.

2. Push the boot down unhooking the boot retaining clips.

3. Lift the boot off the vehicle.

Storing the Boot

1. Position the boot right-side up and fold each side of the boot inward.


1. Position the boot right-side up and fold each side of the boot inward.

2. Turn the boot upside down and fold the left side of the boot inward.


2. Turn the boot upside down and fold the left side of the boot inward.

3. Fold the right side inward and secure the boot with the strap.


3. Fold the right side inward and secure the boot with the strap.

Stow the boot in the trunk.

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