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
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    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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