Thank you!Inside the rear hatch in one of the compartments I see 2 tools here and one empty space.on the left. Am I missing a tool?
Anything I put there I'll forget about and the manual won't mention it.
I'm curious what the tool on the right is. I noticed it for the first time the other day when I was changing a flat, and I couldn't figure out what to do with that one.
Haha. Mine is still in there because I forgot about it after installing the tow hitch. No need for it now!It's the rear towing hook, screws into your rear bumper.
To be clear, it's not for towing other things ... it provides an anchor for a tow truck to drag your ass-end. (The front end has tow hooks underneath and attached to the frame).Haha. Mine is still in there because I forgot about it after installing the tow hitch. No need for it now!
Thank you at least that sounds plausible!Nothing there in a US Touring in either MY19 or MY21.
Can put the bumper cover hiding the recovery point there during use.
I've seen that little ditty many times and it does reflect things well.^ "Plus" for "+" for Phillips....
"Minus for "-" for straight.
The illustration seems to suggest that it's an interchangeable shaft (on which one side is Phillips, and the other, straight) screwdriver...I know I have one with a high visibility handle in my vehicle, but I can't seem to remember if another also comes with?
Further aside, I've been looking for some metric phillips bits. Let me know if you find any please?As and aside, I don't like either Phillips or Straight...I'm a square/Robertson and torx/start drive fan. Then again, I also prefer metric. LOL But ya gotta have what you are faced with.