Ford Escape: Removing the jack and tools - Stopping and securing the vehicle - CHANGING THE TIRES - Roadside Emergencies - Ford Escape Owner's ManualFord Escape: Removing the jack and tools

1. The jack and tools are located under the carpeted load floor.
2. Pull back the carpet away from the liftgate, and remove the hardboard cover. If your vehicle is equipped with a cargo management system, the jack and tools are in the forward compartment under a lid.

3. Unbuckle the strap and remove

3. Unbuckle the strap and remove the jack and tools by pulling the right side up first.
4. Remove the tools from the jack in order to remove the spare tire from under the vehicle.

5. Remove the lug wrench from the

5. Remove the lug wrench from the jack in order to remove the spare tire from under the vehicle.

Removing the spare tire or spare tire and tether (if equipped)

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