Ford Escape: Cargo shade (if equipped) - Cargo Area Features - Driver Controls - Ford Escape Owner's ManualFord Escape: Cargo shade (if equipped)

If your vehicle has a cargo shade, you can use it to cover items in the cargo area of your vehicle.

To install the shade:

• Insert the ends of the cargo shade into the mounting features located behind the rear seat on the rear trim panels.

To operate the shade:

To operate the shade:

1. Grasp the rear edge of the cargo shade and pull rearward.
2. Secure both ends of the support rod into the retention slots located on the rear quarter trim panels.

mounting features. The cover may cause injury in a sudden stop WARNING: Ensure that the posts are properly latched in mounting features. The cover may cause injury in a sudden stop or accident if it is not securely installed.

WARNING: Do not place any objects on the cargo area shade.

They may obstruct your vision or strike occupants of vehicle in the case of a sudden stop or collision.

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