Ford Escape: Stowing the jack and tools - Tire change procedure - CHANGING THE TIRES - Roadside Emergencies - Ford Escape Owner's ManualFord Escape: Stowing the jack and tools

• Make sure the jack is fully lowered.
• Reclip the tools onto the jack making sure that the tools are fully contained by the clips as shown.
• Reinstall the jack in the pocket with the left side first, then snap the right side down.
• Ensure that the hold-strap contains the jack and tools before snapping the buckle.
• Ensure that the jack and tools are oriented as illustrated.

Stowing the flat/spare tire

    Tire change procedure
    WARNING: When one of the front wheels is off the ground, the transmission alone will not prevent the vehicle from moving or slipping off the jack, even if the vehicle is in P (Park) (automatic tra ...

    Stowing the flat/spare tire
    Note: Failure to follow spare tire stowage instructions may result in failure of cable or loss of spare tire. If you are stowing a tire that requires reattaching it to the vehicle with a tether, pe ...

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