Ford Escape: Dome lamps and map lamps - Interior Lamps - Lights - Ford Escape Owner's ManualFord Escape: Dome lamps and map lamps

The front dome lamp is located overhead between the driver and passenger seats.

• To manually turn on the dome lamp, rotate the panel dimmer control, located on the instrument panel, to the full upright position past the detent.
• To turn off the dome lamp, rotate the panel dimmer control to the full down position past the detent.

Note: When manually in the off position, the dome lamp will not

Note: When manually in the off position, the dome lamp will not illuminate when the door(s) are opened.

Map lamps (without moon roof)

The map lamp controls (without moon roof) are located on the dome lamp.

• Press the button on either side of each map lamp to illuminate the lamps.
• Press the button again to turn off the lamps.

Map lamps (with moon roof)

Map lamps (with moon roof)

For models equipped with a moon roof, the map lamps are located on the moon roof control panel.

• Press the button on either side of each map lamp to illuminate the lamps.
• Press the button again to turn off the lamps.

Note: The dome lamp and map lamps are preset to illuminate when a door is opened and will remain on for 25 seconds after the door is closed.

Cargo and dome lamp

    Cargo and dome lamp
    Rear cargo lamp equipped with an ON/OFF/DOOR control will light when: • the doors are closed and the control is in the ON position. • the control is in the DOOR position and any door is op ...

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