Ford Escape: Luggage Compartment

INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT COVER

WARNING: Make sure that you properly secure the luggage cover. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury in the event of a sudden stop or crash.

WARNING: Do not place objects on the luggage cover. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury or death in the event of a sudden stop or crash.

Installing the Luggage Cover

  1. Insert the luggage cover.

    Ford Escape. Luggage Compartment

  2. Attach the retaining cord to the luggage compartment trim panel.

    Ford Escape. Luggage Compartment

  3. Insert the retaining clips into the litfgate trim panel.

Note: Make sure to support the luggage cover when inserting the retaining clips.

Removing the Luggage Cover

  1. Open the liftgate.

    Ford Escape. Luggage Compartment

  2. Detach the retaining clips on the liftgate trim panel.

    Ford Escape. Luggage Compartment

  3. Detach the retaining cord on the luggage compartment trim panel.

    Note: Support the luggage cover when detaching the retaining clips.

  4. Lift the luggage cover out of the liftgate.

The luggage cover can be stowed in the luggage compartment.

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