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2015 ESCAPE Owner's Manual
July 2014
First Printing
Owner's Manual
Litho in U.S.A.
FJ5J 19A321 AA



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  • Page 1 2015 ESCAPE Owner’s Manual July 2014 First Printing Owner’s Manual Escape Litho in U.S.A. FJ5J 19A321 AA...
  • Page 2 No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language in any form by any means without our written permission. Errors and omissions excepted. © Ford Motor Company 2014 All rights reserved. Part Number: 20140703210941...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Driver Knee Airbag.........44 Data Recording..........9 Safety Canopy ..........44 California Proposition 65......11 Crash Sensors and Airbag Indicator..46 Perchlorate............11 Airbag Disposal..........47 Ford Credit............11 Replacement Parts Keys and Remote Controls Recommendation........11 Special Notices..........12 Principle of Operation........48 Mobile Communications General Information on Radio Equipment.............12 Frequencies..........48...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Information Display Control.......70 Automatic Climate Control......104 Hints on Controlling the Interior Climate............106 Wipers and Washers Heated Windows and Mirrors....109 Windshield Wipers..........71 Cabin Air Filter..........109 Autowipers............71 Remote Start..........109 Windshield Washers........72 Rear Window Wiper and Washers...73 Seats Sitting in the Correct Position....111 Lighting Head Restraints..........111 Lighting Control..........74...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Refueling............134 Load Carrying Fuel Consumption........135 Rear Under Floor Storage......168 Emission Control System......136 Luggage Covers..........168 Roof Racks and Load Carriers....169 Transmission Load Limit............170 Automatic Transmission......139 Towing Four-Wheel Drive Towing a Trailer..........178 Principle of Operation.........142 Trailer Sway Control........179 Using Four-Wheel Drive......142 Recommended Towing Weights.....179 Essential Towing Checks......181 Brakes...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Cleaning the Exterior........231 Only).............198 Waxing.............232 Reporting Safety Defects (Canada Cleaning the Engine........232 Only).............199 Cleaning the Windows and Wiper Blades............233 Fuses Cleaning the Interior........233 Fuse Specification Chart......200 Cleaning the Instrument Panel and Changing a Fuse..........209 Instrument Cluster Lens......233 Cleaning Leather Seats......234 Maintenance...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Sony AM/FM/ Special Operating Conditions Scheduled CD..............281 Maintenance..........426 Digital Radio..........284 Scheduled Maintenance Record...429 Satellite Radio..........286 Audio Input Jack..........289 USB Port............289 Media Hub............290 SYNC General Information........291 Using Voice Recognition......293 Using SYNC With Your Phone....295 SYNC Applications and Services..306 Using SYNC...
  • Page 9 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 10: Introduction

    Introduction ABOUT THIS MANUAL Thank you for choosing Ford. We recommend that you take some time to get to know your vehicle by reading this manual. The more that you know about it, the greater the safety and pleasure you will get from driving it.
  • Page 11 Introduction Brake system Fasten safety belt Cabin air filter Front airbag Front fog lamps Check fuel cap Fuel pump reset Child safety door lock or unlock Fuse compartment Child seat lower anchor Hazard warning flashers Child seat tether anchor Heated rear window Cruise control E71340 Heated windshield...
  • Page 12: Data Recording

    Introduction Panic alarm systems. In order to properly diagnose and service your vehicle, Ford Motor Company, Ford of Canada, and service and repair facilities may access or share among them Parking aid vehicle diagnostic information received through a direct connection to your vehicle E139213 when diagnosing or servicing your vehicle.
  • Page 13 If you do not want Ford Motor Company and Ford of Ford or its vendors to receive this Canada do not access event data information, do not activate the recorder information without obtaining service.
  • Page 14: California Proposition 65

    Ford replacement collision parts meet our (U.S. Only) stringent requirements for fit, finish, structural integrity, corrosion protection Ford Credit offers a full range of financing and dent resistance. During vehicle and lease plans to help you acquire your development we validate these parts vehicle.
  • Page 15: Special Notices

    Warranty Manual that is Do not use this vehicle as an provided to you along with your Owner’s ambulance. Manual. Your vehicle is not equipped with the Ford Special Instructions Ambulance Preparation Package. For your added safety, your vehicle is fitted MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS with sophisticated electronic controls.
  • Page 16: Export Unique Options

    Introduction WARNING Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle.
  • Page 17: At A Glance

    At a Glance Front Exterior Overview E178121 See Locking and Unlocking (page 58). See Keyless Entry (page 65). See Changing the Wiper Blades (page 221). See Maintenance (page 210). See Towing Points (page 183). See Changing a Bulb (page 224). Tire pressures.
  • Page 18: Vehicle Interior Overview

    At a Glance Vehicle Interior Overview E152443 See Transmission (page 139). See Locking and Unlocking (page 58). See Power Windows (page 79). See Exterior Mirrors (page 80). See Head Restraints (page 111). See Fastening the Safety Belts (page 32). See Rear Seats (page 116). See Manual Seats (page 113).
  • Page 19 At a Glance Instrument Panel Overview E178122 Direction indicators. See Direction Indicators (page 77). High beam. See Lighting Control (page 74). Instrument cluster. See Gauges (page 84). See Warning Lamps and Indicators (page 86). Wiper lever. See Wipers and Washers (page 71). Information and entertainment display.
  • Page 20: Rear Exterior Overview

    At a Glance Ignition switch. See Ignition Switch (page 125). Steering wheel adjustment. See Adjusting the Steering Wheel (page 69). Horn. Cruise control switches. See Using Cruise Control (page 161). Information display controls. See Information Displays (page 90). Lighting control. See Lighting Control (page 74). Fog lamps. See Front Fog Lamps (page 77).
  • Page 21 At a Glance See Changing a Bulb (page 224). See Checking the Wiper Blades (page 221). See Changing a Bulb (page 224). See Refueling (page 134). See Changing a Road Wheel (page 258). Tire pressures. See Tire Care (page 240). Spare wheel, jack and lug wrench.
  • Page 22: Child Safety

    Child Safety GENERAL INFORMATION WARNINGS requirements of law. Ford recommends See the following sections for directions checking with a NHTSA Certified Child on how to properly use safety restraints Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) and for children. consult your pediatrician to make sure your...
  • Page 23: Installing Child Seats

    Child Safety Recommendations for Safety Restraints for Children Child Child size, height, weight, or age Recommended restraint type Infants or Children weighing 40 lb (18 kg) or less Use a child safety seat toddlers (generally age four or younger). (sometimes called an infant carrier, convertible seat, or toddler seat).
  • Page 24: Child Safety

    Child Safety Use a child safety seat (sometimes called • Place the vehicle seat upon which the an infant carrier, convertible seat, or child seat will be installed in the upright toddler seat) for infants, toddlers, or position. children weighing 40 pounds (18 •...
  • Page 25 Child Safety E142530 E142875 3. While holding the shoulder and lap belt 5. To put the retractor in the automatic portions together, route the tongue locking mode, grasp the shoulder through the child seat according to the portion of the belt and pull downward child seat manufacturer's instructions.
  • Page 26 Ford recommends checking with a NHTSA Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician to make certain the child restraint is properly installed. In Canada, check with your local St.
  • Page 27 Child Safety Use of Inboard Lower Anchors from the Outboard Seating Positions (Center Seating Use) WARNING The standardized spacing for LATCH lower anchors is 11 inches (28 centimeters) center to center. Do not use LATCH lower anchors for the center seating position unless the child seat manufacturer's instructions permit and E142535...
  • Page 28: Using Tether Straps

    Child Safety Combining Safety Belt and LATCH Perform the following steps to install a Lower Anchors for Attaching Child child safety seat with tether anchors: Safety Seats Note: If you install a child seat with rigid LATCH attachments, do not tighten the When used in combination, either the tether strap enough to lift the child seat off safety belt or the LATCH lower anchors...
  • Page 29: Booster Seats

    If your child restraint system is equipped with a tether strap, and the child restraint manufacturer recommends its use, Ford also recommends its use. E142595 • Can the child sit all the way back...
  • Page 30: Types Of Booster Seats

    Child Safety Types of Booster Seats E70710 • High back booster seats E68924 If, with a backless booster seat, you cannot • Backless booster seats find a seating position that adequately If your backless booster seat has a supports your child's head, a high back removable shield, remove the shield.
  • Page 31: Child Seat Positioning

    Child Safety E142597 WARNINGS If the booster seat slides on the vehicle warnings provided by your vehicle seat upon which it is being used, placing a manufacturer. A safety seat that is rubberized mesh sold as shelf or carpet improperly installed or utilized, is liner under the booster seat may improve inappropriate for your child's height, age, this condition.
  • Page 32: Child Safety Locks

    Child Safety Recommendations for attaching child safety restraints for children Restraint Combined Use any attachment method as indicated below by X Type weight of LATCH LATCH Safety belt Safety belt Safety belt child and (lower (lower and top and LATCH only child seat anchors...
  • Page 33: Left-Hand Side

    Child Safety Left-Hand Side Turn counterclockwise to lock and clockwise to unlock. Right-Hand Side Turn clockwise to lock and counterclockwise to unlock. Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 34: Safety Belts

    Safety Belts PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION WARNINGS Safety belts and seats can become hot in a vehicle that has been closed WARNINGS up in sunny weather; they could burn Always drive and ride with your a small child. Check seat covers and seatback upright and the lap belt buckles before you place a child anywhere snug and low across the hips.
  • Page 35: Fastening The Safety Belts

    Safety Belts The safety belt pretensioners are designed to activate in frontal, near-frontal and side crashes, and in rollovers. The safety belt pretensioners on the retractor and anchor at the front seating positions are designed to tighten the safety belts firmly against the occupant's body when activated.
  • Page 36: Safety Belts

    Safety Belts All safety restraints in the vehicle are combination lap and shoulder belts. The driver safety belt has the first type of locking mode, and the front outboard passenger and rear seat safety belts have both types of locking modes described as follows: Vehicle Sensitive Mode This is the normal retractor mode, which...
  • Page 37 Safety Belts How to Use the Automatic Locking 3. Return the seatback to its desired Mode upright position. For vehicles with rear seats that do not recline or are locked with the seat in its full rear recline position: Grasp the safety belt webbing at the top of the seatback.
  • Page 38: Safety Belt Height Adjustment

    Safety Belts To adjust the shoulder belt height, squeeze SAFETY BELT HEIGHT the button and slide the height adjuster up ADJUSTMENT or down. Release the button and pull down on the height adjuster to make sure it is WARNING locked in place. Position the safety belt height adjusters so that the belt rests SAFETY BELT WARNING LAMP...
  • Page 39: Safety Belt Minder

    Safety Belts The system uses information from the SAFETY BELT MINDER front passenger sensing system to determine if a front seat passenger is Belt-Minder present and therefore potentially in need This feature supplements the safety belt of a warning. To avoid activating the warning function by providing additional Belt-Minder feature for objects you place reminders that intermittently sound a tone...
  • Page 40: Child Restraint And Safety Belt Maintenance

    Switch the ignition on. Do not start the specific to the child restraint. engine. Ford Motor Company recommends that 2. Wait until the safety belt warning light all safety belt assemblies in use in vehicles turns off (about one minute). After involved in a crash be replaced.
  • Page 41: Personal Safety System

    Personal Safety System How Does the Personal Safety The Personal Safety System provides an System Work? improved overall level of frontal crash protection to front seat occupants and is The Personal Safety System can adapt the designed to help further reduce the risk of deployment strategy of the safety devices airbag-related injuries.
  • Page 42: Supplementary Restraints System

    Supplementary Restraints System The airbags are a supplemental restraint PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION system and are designed to work with the safety belts to help protect the driver and WARNINGS right front passenger from certain upper Airbags do not inflate slowly or body injuries.
  • Page 43: Driver And Passenger Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System Proper Driver and Front Passenger DRIVER AND PASSENGER Seating Adjustment AIRBAGS WARNING WARNINGS National Highway Traffic Safety Never place your arm or any objects Administration (NHTSA) over an airbag module. Placing your recommends a minimum distance arm over a deploying airbag can of at least 10 inches (25 centimeters) result in serious arm fractures or other between an occupant’s chest and the...
  • Page 44: Front Passenger Sensing System

    Supplementary Restraints System E145987 The indicator lamp is located in the center stack of the instrument panel. E142846 The front passenger sensing system is Children must always be properly designed to disable (will not inflate) the restrained. Accident statistics suggest that front passenger frontal airbag under children are safer when properly restrained certain conditions:...
  • Page 45: Supplementary Restraints System

    Supplementary Restraints System • When the front passenger sensing • Restart the vehicle and have the person system disables (will not inflate) the remain in this position for about two front passenger frontal airbag, the minutes. This will allow the system to passenger airbag status indicator will detect that person and enable the illuminate and stay lit to remind you...
  • Page 46: Side Airbags

    Supplementary Restraints System The conditions listed above may cause the SIDE AIRBAGS weight of a properly seated occupant to be incorrectly interpreted by the passenger WARNINGS sensing system. The person in the front Do not place objects or mount passenger seat may appear heavier or equipment on or near the airbag lighter due to the conditions described in cover, on the side of the seatbacks...
  • Page 47: Driver Knee Airbag

    Supplementary Restraints System DRIVER KNEE AIRBAG A driver's knee airbag is located under the instrument panel. During a crash, the restraints control module may activate the driver's knee airbag based on crash severity and occupant conditions. Under certain crash and occupant conditions, the driver’s knee airbag may deploy but the driver’s front airbag may not activate.
  • Page 48 Supplementary Restraints System WARNINGS All occupants of your vehicle including the driver should always wear their safety belts even when an airbag supplemental restraint system and curtain airbag is provided. Failure to properly wear your safety belt could seriously increase the risk of injury or death. To reduce risk of injury, do not obstruct or place objects in the deployment path of the curtain...
  • Page 49: Crash Sensors And Airbag Indicator

    Supplementary Restraints System If any of these things happen, even CRASH SENSORS AND intermittently, have the supplemental AIRBAG INDICATOR restraint system serviced at an authorized dealer immediately. Unless serviced, the WARNING system may not function properly in the event of a crash. Modifying or adding equipment to the front end of the vehicle (including The safety belt pretensioners and the front...
  • Page 50: Airbag Disposal

    Supplementary Restraints System AIRBAG DISPOSAL Contact your authorized dealer as soon as possible. Airbags must be disposed of by qualified personnel. Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 51: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls • Structures around the vehicle. PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION • Other vehicles parked next to your The remote control allows you to: vehicle. • Remotely lock or unlock the vehicle The radio frequency used by your remote doors.
  • Page 52: Remote Control

    Keys and Remote Controls Your intelligent access keys operate the REMOTE CONTROL power locks and the remote start system. The key must be in your vehicle to activate Integrated Keyhead Transmitters the push-button start system. (If Equipped) E142585 Use the key blade to start your vehicle and unlock or lock the driver door from outside E142431 your vehicle.
  • Page 53: Keys And Remote Controls

    Keys and Remote Controls Note: Replacing the battery will not delete the transmitter from the vehicle. The transmitter should operate normally. The remote control uses one coin-type three-volt lithium battery CR2032 or equivalent. Integrated Keyhead Transmitter E142432 2. Twist a thin coin under the tab hidden behind the backup key head to remove the battery cover.
  • Page 54: Sounding A Panic Alarm

    Keys and Remote Controls Note: If locking was not successful or if any • the hood is open door or the liftgate is open, or if the hood is • the transmission is not in P open on vehicles with a perimeter alarm or •...
  • Page 55: Replacing A Lost Key Or Remote Control

    Keys and Remote Controls The power windows will be inhibited during the remote start and the radio will not turn on automatically. The parking lamps will remain on and the vehicle will run for 5, 10, or 15 minutes, depending on the setting. Extending the Vehicle Run Time Repeat Steps 1 and 2 with the vehicle still running to extend the run time for another...
  • Page 56: Mykey

    MyKey • Driver assist features, if equipped on PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION your vehicle, are forced on: parking aid, blind spot information system (BLIS) MyKey allows you to program keys with with cross traffic alert, lane departure restricted driving modes to promote good warning and forward collision warning driving habits.
  • Page 57: Clearing All Mykeys

    MyKey Programming/Changing 1. Insert the key you want to program into Configurable Settings the ignition. If your vehicle is equipped with a push-button start, hold the intelligent Use the information display to access your access key next to the steering column. configurable MyKey settings: Details on the correct fob placement and position is in another chapter.
  • Page 58: Checking Mykey System Status

    MyKey You can find information on programmed CHECKING MYKEY SYSTEM MyKey(s) using the information display STATUS control on the steering wheel. See Information Displays (page 90). To find information on a programed MyKey(s), press the left arrow button to access the main menu and scroll to: Message Description Settings...
  • Page 59: Using Mykey With Remote Start Systems

    Ford-approved, aftermarket remote start USING MYKEY WITH REMOTE systems. If you choose to install a remote START SYSTEMS start system, see an authorized dealer for a Ford-approved remote start system. MyKey is not compatible with non MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING Condition Potential Causes I cannot create a MyKey.
  • Page 60 MyKey Condition Potential Causes I lost a key. Program a spare key. See Passive Anti-Theft System (page 67). MyKey distances do not accumulate. • The MyKey user is not using the MyKey. • An admin key holder cleared the MyKeys and created new MyKeys.
  • Page 61: Locks

    Locks Press and hold both the lock and unlock LOCKING AND UNLOCKING buttons on the remote control for four seconds to disable or enable two-stage You can use the power door lock control unlocking. Disabling two-stage unlocking or the remote control to lock and unlock allows all vehicle doors to unlock with one your vehicle.
  • Page 62: Opening A Rear Door From Inside

    Locks Right-Hand Side Note: Be careful when opening or closing the liftgate in a garage or other enclosed Turn counterclockwise to lock. area to avoid damaging the liftgate. Opening a Rear Door from Inside Press twice within three seconds Pull the interior door release handle twice E138630 to unlock and open a rear door.
  • Page 63 Locks At the Liftgate In order to override the smart unlock feature and intentionally lock the Press the exterior liftgate release button intelligent access key inside your vehicle, on the top of the liftgate pull-cup handle. you can lock your vehicle after all doors are closed by using the keyless entry Smart Unlocks For Integrated keypad, pressing the lock button on...
  • Page 64: Illuminated Exit

    Locks Enabling or Disabling Autolock and The illuminated entry system will turn off Autounlock the lights if: • you start your vehicle, Note: Your authorized dealer can perform this procedure, or you can do the procedure • you press the remote control lock yourself.
  • Page 65: Manual Liftgate

    Locks Opening the Liftgate MANUAL LIFTGATE Manually WARNINGS It is extremely dangerous to ride in a cargo area, inside or outside of a vehicle. In a crash, people riding in these areas are more likely to be seriously injured or killed. Do not allow people to ride in any area of your vehicle that is not equipped with seats and safety belts.
  • Page 66: Power Liftgate

    Locks • The ignition is on and the transmission POWER LIFTGATE (If Equipped) is not in P. • The battery voltage is below the WARNINGS minimum operating voltage. It is extremely dangerous to ride in a • The vehicle speed is at or above 3 mph cargo area, inside or outside of a (5 km/h).
  • Page 67 Locks Hands-Free Feature With the Outside Control Button Make sure you have an intelligent access Opening transmitter within 3 ft (1 m) of the liftgate. Unlock the liftgate with the remote control or power door unlock control. If an intelligent access transmitter is within 3 ft (1 m) of the liftgate, the liftgate unlocks when you press the liftgate release button.
  • Page 68: Keyless Entry

    Locks When Opening WARNING Keep clear of the liftgate when The system stops when it detects an activating the rear switch. obstacle and two short tones sound. Remove the obstacle to operate the liftgate. Setting the Liftgate Open Height Open the liftgate. KEYLESS ENTRY (If Equipped) 2.
  • Page 69 Locks You can operate the keypad with the All personal codes will erase and only the factory-set five-digit entry code. The code factory-set five-digit code will work. is located on the owner’s wallet card in the Anti-Scan Feature glove box and is available from an authorized dealer.
  • Page 70: Security

    Note: Your vehicle comes equipped with two integrated keyhead transmitters or two Note: The system is not compatible with intelligent access keys. non-Ford aftermarket remote start systems. The integrated keyhead transmitter Use of these systems may result in vehicle functions as a programmed ignition key...
  • Page 71: Anti-Theft Alarm

    Security You must have two previously Programming a Spare Intelligent programmed coded keys and the new Access Key unprogrammed key readily accessible. See See your authorized dealer to have your authorized dealer to have the spare additional keys programmed to your key programmed if two previously vehicle.
  • Page 72: Steering Wheel

    Steering Wheel ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL WARNING Do not adjust the steering wheel when your vehicle is moving. Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the correct position. See Sitting in the Correct Position (page 111). E95179 3. Lock the steering column. AUDIO CONTROL (If Equipped) Select the required source on the audio...
  • Page 73: Voice Control

    Steering Wheel Press to go to the information Volume down. screen. Seek down or previous. E142608 See MyFord Touch (page 330). Mode. Press M repeatedly to select the desired CRUISE CONTROL media source. Seek, Next or Previous Press the seek button to: •...
  • Page 74: Wipers And Washers

    Wipers and Washers Intermittent Wipe WINDSHIELD WIPERS Note: Fully defrost the windshield before switching on the windshield wipers. Note: Make sure the windshield wipers are switched off before entering a car wash. Note: Clean the windshield and wiper blades if they begin to leave streaks or smears.
  • Page 75: Windshield Washers

    Wipers and Washers Note: During wet or winter driving Keep the outside of the windshield clean. conditions with ice, snow or a salty road The rain sensor is very sensitive. Dirt or mist, inconsistent or unexpected wiping or debris around the interior rear view mirror smearing may occur.
  • Page 76: Rear Window Wiper And Washers

    Wipers and Washers Rear Window Washer REAR WINDOW WIPER AND WASHERS Rear Window Wiper E168044 To use the rear washer function, push the lever away from you. When you release the lever, the wiper will operate for a short E168043 time.
  • Page 77: Lighting

    Lighting Headlamp Flasher LIGHTING CONTROL E162680 E142449 Pull the lever toward you slightly and release it to flash the headlamps. Parking lamps, instrument panel lamps, license plate lamps and AUTOLAMPS (If Equipped) tail lamps Headlamps WARNING The autolamps switch position may High Beams not activate the headlamps in all low visibility conditions, such as daytime...
  • Page 78: Instrument Lighting Dimmer

    Lighting If equipped, the following also activate INSTRUMENT LIGHTING when the lighting control is in the DIMMER autolamps position and you switch them on in the information display: Note: If you disconnect the battery or it • Configurable daytime running lamps. becomes discharged, the illuminated •...
  • Page 79: Headlamp Exit Delay

    Lighting Vehicles Without Front Fog Lamps DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS Equipped) WARNING The daytime running lamps system does not activate the tail lamps and may not provide adequate lighting during low visibility driving conditions. Also, the autolamps switch position may not activate the headlamps in all low visibility conditions, such as daytime fog.
  • Page 80: Front Fog Lamps

    Lighting • You open any door. FRONT FOG LAMPS • You press a remote control button. Front Interior Lamp E142453 Press the control to switch the fog lamps on or off. E181171 You can switch the fog lamps on when the A.
  • Page 81 Lighting E142456 Color palette Control knob Search mode Rotate B past the first detent to switch on and adjust to the desired brightness. Press A to cycle through the color choices. Press C to switch on all interior lamps and the ambient lighting.
  • Page 82: Windows And Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors Window Lock POWER WINDOWS WARNINGS Do not leave children unattended in your vehicle and do not let them play with the power windows. They may seriously injure themselves. When closing the power windows, you should verify they are free of obstructions and make sure that children and pets are not in the proximity of the window openings.
  • Page 83: Global Opening

    Windows and Mirrors Accessory Delay 2. Close the window a third time to the (If Equipped) point of resistance. You disabled the You can use the window controls for bounce-back feature and you can now several minutes after switching off the close the window manually.
  • Page 84: Fold-Away Exterior Mirrors

    Windows and Mirrors Integrated Blind Spot Mirrors Equipped) WARNING Objects in the blind spot mirror are closer than they appear. E70846 Blind spot mirrors have an integrated convex mirror built into the upper outboard Left-hand mirror corner of the exterior mirrors. They are designed to increase your visibility along the side of your vehicle.
  • Page 85: Interior Mirror

    Windows and Mirrors The image of the approaching vehicle is The mirror will dim automatically to reduce small and near the inboard edge of the glare when bright lights are detected from main mirror when it is at a distance. The behind your vehicle.
  • Page 86: Moonroof

    Windows and Mirrors Opening and Closing the Moonroof MOONROOF (If Equipped) WARNINGS Do not let children play with the moonroof or leave them unattended in the vehicle. They may seriously hurt themselves. When closing the moonroof, you should verify that it is free of E138669 obstructions and make sure that Press and release the rear of the control...
  • Page 87: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster GAUGES E171213 Information display Speedometer Engine coolant temperature gauge Fuel gauge Tachometer Information Display Compass (If Equipped) Displays the vehicle’s heading direction. To calibrate and set the compass zone use the information display menu. See Information Displays (page 90). Use the diagram to determine your magnetic zone.
  • Page 88: Instrument Cluster

    Instrument Cluster Fuel Gauge Note: The fuel gauge level may vary slightly when your vehicle is moving or when driving on a slope. Switch the ignition on. The fuel gauge will indicate approximately how much fuel is in the fuel tank. The arrow next to the fuel pump symbol shows the fuel filler door side of your vehicle.
  • Page 89: Warning Lamps And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster Variations: Note: The low fuel warning and distance-to-empty warning can appear at different fuel gauge positions depending on fuel economy conditions. This variation is normal. Driving type (fuel economy Fuel gauge position Distance-to-empty conditions) Highway driving 1/16th 35 miles to 80 miles (56 km to 129 km) Severe duty driving (trailer 1/16th-1/4...
  • Page 90: Fasten Safety Belt

    Instrument Cluster Fasten Safety Belt If it illuminates when you are driving, check that the parking brake is not engaged. If It will illuminate and a chime will the parking brake is not engaged, this sound to remind you to fasten indicates low brake fluid level or a brake your safety belt.
  • Page 91: Audible Warnings And Indicators

    Instrument Cluster It will also illuminate momentarily when Normally, the service engine soon light will you switch the ignition on to confirm the stay on until the engine is cranked, then lamp is functional. If it does not illuminate turn itself off if no malfunctions are when you switch the ignition on, or begins present.
  • Page 92 Instrument Cluster Headlamps On Warning Chime Sounds when you remove the key from the ignition and open the driver's door and you have left the headlamps or parking lamps Parking Brake On Warning Chime Sounds when you have left the parking brake on and drive your vehicle.
  • Page 93: Information Displays

    Information Displays • Press the up and down arrow buttons GENERAL INFORMATION to scroll through and highlight the options within a menu. WARNING • Press the right arrow button to enter a Driving while distracted can result in sub-menu. loss of vehicle control, crash and •...
  • Page 94: Information Displays

    Trip 1 and 2 Distance to E Trip odometer Trip timer Instantaneous fuel Average fuel Ford EcoMode Anticipation Speed Ford EcoMode Digital Speedo All Value - Distance to E, Trip odometer, Instantaneous fuel and Average fuel See Trip Computer (page 92).
  • Page 95: Trip Computer

    Information Displays Settings Language Choose your applicable setting Distance Choose your applicable setting Temperature Choose your applicable setting Chimes Park Slot On or Off Convenience Auto engine off On or Off Compass Display On or Off Remote Start Climate Control Heater –...
  • Page 96: Information Messages

    Information Displays Distance to E Indicates the approximate distance the vehicle will travel on the fuel remaining in the tank. Changes in driving pattern may cause the value to vary. Trip Odometer Registers the distance traveled of individual journeys. Trip Timer Registers the time of individual journeys.
  • Page 97 Information Displays Airbag Message Message Action Indicator Airbag fault Service now Amber Displays when the system requires service due to a malfunction. Contact your authorized dealer. Alarm Message Message Action Indicator Alarm activated Check Amber Displays when the alarm has been triggered Vehicle due to unauthorized entry.
  • Page 98 Information Displays Battery and Charging System Message Message Action Indicator Electrical system over- Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so voltage Stop safely and switch off the ignition. Contact your authorized dealer. Battery low See manual Amber Displays to warn of a low battery condition.
  • Page 99 Information Displays Doors Message Message Action Indicator X door open Displays when the door(s) listed is not completely closed and the vehicle is moving. Displays when the door(s) listed is not completely closed. Liftgate ajar Displays when the luggage compartment is not completely closed and the vehicle is moving.
  • Page 100 Contact your authorized dealer. Keyless Vehicle Message Message Action Indicator Ford KeyFree Key inside Amber Displays to remind you that the key is in the vehicle trunk. See Keyless Starting (page 125). Ford KeyFree No key Displayed if the key is not detected by the detected system.
  • Page 101 Information Displays Lighting Message Message Action Indicator Brake lamp Bulb fault Displays when the brake lamp bulb has burned out. Contact your authorized dealer. Low beam Bulb fault Displays when the low beam headlamp bulb has burned out. Contact your authorized dealer. Headlamp fault Service Amber Displays when an electrical system problem...
  • Page 102: Park Aid

    Information Displays Message Message Action Indicator MyKey Check Speed Displays when MyKey is active. Drive Safely MyKey Buckle Up to Displays when a MyKey is in use and Belt- Unmute Audio Minder is activated. MyKey Park aid cannot Displays when a MyKey is in use and park aid is be deactivated activated.
  • Page 103: Power Steering

    Information Displays Power Steering Message Message Action Indicator Steering loss Stop safely The power steering system is not working. Stop the vehicle a safe place. Contact your author- ized dealer. Steering assist fault Amber The power steering system is not working. Stop Service required the vehicle a safe place.
  • Page 104 Information Displays Message Message Action Indicator Transmission Hot Wait Transmission is hot. Wait as needed to let it cool. 4WD fault Service Amber The system is not functioning correctly and required defaulted to front-wheel drive. See your authorized dealer. See Using Four-Wheel Drive (page 142).
  • Page 105 Information Displays Tire Pressure Monitoring System Message Message Action Indicator Low Tire Pressure Amber Displays when one or more tires on your vehicle have low tire pressure. See Tire Pressure Monitoring System (page 255). Tire Pressure Monitor Amber Displays when the tire pressure monitoring Fault system is malfunctioning.
  • Page 106: Climate Control

    Climate Control MANUAL CLIMATE CONTROL E141421 Fan speed control: Controls the volume of air circulated in your vehicle. Adjust to select the desired fan speed. Recirculated air: Press the button to switch between outside air and recirculated air. When recirculated air is selected, the air currently in the passenger compartment recirculates.
  • Page 107: Automatic Climate Control

    Climate Control AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL E141422 AUTO and Driver temperature control: Press the button to turn on automatic operation. Select the desired temperature using the temperature control. The system adjusts fan speed, air distribution, air conditioning operation, and selects outside air or recirculated air to heat or cool the vehicle in order to maintain the desired temperature.
  • Page 108: Climate Control

    Climate Control Turn the control to increase or decrease the air temperature on the passenger side of the vehicle. This turns on dual zone mode. Recirculated air: Press the button to switch between outside air and recirculated air. When you select recirculated air, the air currently in the passenger compartment recirculates.
  • Page 109: Hints On Controlling The Interior Climate

    Climate Control Dual Zone Temperature Control Note: Do not place objects under the front seats as this may interfere with the airflow Select a temperature for the passenger’s to the rear seats. side using the rotary control on the Note: Remove any snow, ice or leaves from passenger’s side.
  • Page 110: Recommended Settings For Heating

    Climate Control Recommended Settings for Heating Vehicle with manual climate control Vehicle with automatic climate control Adjust the fan speed to the second Press the AUTO button. speed setting. Adjust the temperature control to the Set the temperature to 72°F (22°C) midway point of the hot settings.
  • Page 111 Climate Control Vehicle Stationary for Extended Periods during Extreme High Ambient Temperatures Vehicle with manual climate control Vehicle with automatic climate control Apply the parking brake. Apply the parking brake. Move the transmission selector lever to Move the transmission selector lever to position P.
  • Page 112: Heated Windows And Mirrors

    Climate Control Maximum Cooling Performance in The heated mirrors remove ice, mist and Instrument Panel or Instrument fog when you switch on the heated rear Panel and Footwell Positions window. Adjust the temperature control to the CABIN AIR FILTER lowest setting. 2.
  • Page 113 Climate Control Heated and Cooled Devices You cannot adjust the system during remote start operation. Switch on the The climate control system controls other ignition to return the system to its previous heated and cooled devices inside the settings. You can now make adjustments. vehicle.
  • Page 114: Seats

    Seats We recommend that you follow these SITTING IN THE CORRECT guidelines: POSITION • Sit in an upright position with the base of your spine as far back as possible. WARNINGS • Do not recline the seatback more than Sitting improperly, out of position or 30 degrees.
  • Page 115: Adjusting The Head Restraint

    Seats WARNINGS Guide sleeve adjust and unlock Install the head restraint properly to button. help minimize the risk of neck injury Guide sleeve unlock and remove in the event of a crash. button. Fold button Note: Adjust the seatback to an upright driving position before adjusting the head Rear center head restraint restraint.
  • Page 116: Manual Seats

    Seats Moving the Seat Backward and Installing the Head Restraint Forward Align the steel stems into the guide sleeves and push the head restraint down until it locks. Folding the Head Restraint Press and hold button E. 2. Pull it back up to reset. Tilting Head Restraints The front head restraints tilt for extra comfort.
  • Page 117: Power Seats

    Seats Recline Adjustment WARNING Do not place cargo or any objects behind the seatback before returning it to the original position. Pull on the seatback to make sure that it has fully latched after returning the seatback to its original position. An unlatched seat may become dangerous if you stop suddenly or have a crash.
  • Page 118: Memory Function

    Seats E138647 Power Lumbar MEMORY FUNCTION (If Equipped) (If Equipped) WARNINGS Before activating the seat memory, make sure that the area immediately surrounding the seat is clear of obstructions and that all occupants are clear of moving parts. Do not use the memory function when your vehicle is moving.
  • Page 119: Rear Seats

    Seats REAR SEATS E142554 Saving a PreSet Position Switch the ignition on. 2. Adjust the seat and exterior mirrors to your desired position. 3. Press and hold the desired memory button until you hear a single tone. Recalling a Pre-Set Position Press and release the memory button associated with your desired driving position.
  • Page 120: Heated Seats

    Seats HEATED SEATS REAR SEAT ARMREST (If Equipped) (If Equipped) WARNING People who are unable to feel pain to their skin because of advanced age, chronic illness, diabetes, spinal cord injury, medication, alcohol use, exhaustion or other physical conditions, must exercise care when using the heated seat.
  • Page 121: Universal Garage Door Opener

    Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped) HomeLink Wireless Control The universal garage door opener replaces System the common hand-held garage door (If Equipped) opener with a three-button transmitter that is integrated into the driver’s sun visor. WARNING The system includes two primary features, Do not use the system with any a garage door opener and a platform for garage door opener that does not...
  • Page 122 Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped) 3. Using both hands, simultaneously, press and hold the desired HomeLink button and the hand-held transmitter button. DO NOT release either one until the HomeLink indicator light flashes slowly and then rapidly. When the indicator light flashes rapidly, both buttons may be released.
  • Page 123 Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped) E142661 E142660 Press and hold the outer two function Red indicator light buttons simultaneously for Green indicator light approximately 20 seconds until the indicator lights above the buttons flash Press and hold one of the buttons on rapidly.
  • Page 124 Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped) Press and hold the previously 5. Press and hold the previously programmed Genie button on the programmed button on the visor for 2 hand-held transmitter for 10 seconds. seconds. Repeat this step up to 3 times The indicator light will change from red until the garage door moves.
  • Page 125: Auxiliary Power Points

    Auxiliary Power Points 12 Volt DC Power Point Locations You may find power points: WARNING • On the center console. Do not plug optional electrical accessories into the cigar lighter • Inside the center console storage bin. socket (if equipped). Improper use •...
  • Page 126 Auxiliary Power Points When the indicator light, located on the power point, is: • On — the power point is working, the ignition is on and a device is plugged • Off — the power point and ignition are off, and you do not have a device plugged in.
  • Page 127: Storage Compartments

    Storage Compartments CENTER CONSOLE Stow items in the cupholder carefully as items may become loose during hard braking, acceleration or collisions, including hot drinks which may spill. Available console features include: E142433 Cupholder Storage compartment with auxiliary power point, auxiliary input jack, USB port and media Auxiliary power point OVERHEAD CONSOLE...
  • Page 128: Starting And Stopping The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine GENERAL INFORMATION IGNITION SWITCH WARNINGS Extended idling at high engine speeds can produce very high temperatures in the engine and exhaust system, creating the risk of fire or other damage. Do not park, idle or drive your vehicle on dry grass or other dry ground E72128 cover.
  • Page 129: Starting A Gasoline Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Ignition Modes Before starting the engine check the following: • Make sure all occupants have fastened their safety belts. • Make sure the headlamps and electrical accessories are off. • Make sure the parking brake is on. •...
  • Page 130: Starting And Stopping The Engine

    Starting and Stopping the Engine 3-button remote Once the engine has started, it remains running until you press the button, even if the system does not detect a valid key. If you open and close a door while the engine is running, the system searches for a valid key.
  • Page 131 Starting and Stopping the Engine Stopping the Engine When Your You can stop the engine shutdown, or reset Vehicle is Moving the timer, at any point before the 30-second countdown has expired by WARNING doing any of the following: • You can reset the timer by interacting Switching off the engine when the with your vehicle (such as pressing the...
  • Page 132: Engine Block Heater

    Starting and Stopping the Engine Guarding Against Exhaust Fumes The heater acts as a starting aid by warming the engine coolant. This allows WARNING the climate control system to respond quickly. The equipment includes a heater If you smell exhaust fumes inside element (installed in the engine block) and your vehicle, have your vehicle a wire harness.
  • Page 133: Using The Engine Block Heater

    Starting and Stopping the Engine • Make sure the system is unplugged and properly stowed before starting and driving your vehicle. Make sure the protective cover seals the prongs of the block heater cord plug when not in use. • Make sure the heater system is checked for proper operation before winter.
  • Page 134: Fuel And Refueling

    Fuel and Refueling • Automotive fuels can be harmful or SAFETY PRECAUTIONS fatal if swallowed. Fuel such as gasoline is highly toxic and if WARNINGS swallowed can cause death or Do not overfill the fuel tank. The permanent injury. If fuel is swallowed, pressure in an overfilled tank may call a physician immediately, even if no cause leakage and lead to fuel spray...
  • Page 135: Fuel Quality

    Fuel and Refueling Do not be concerned if your engine FUEL QUALITY sometimes knocks lightly. However, if it knocks heavily under most driving Choosing the Right Fuel conditions while you are using fuel with the Use only UNLEADED gasoline or recommended octane rating, contact an UNLEADED gasoline blended with a authorized dealer to prevent any engine...
  • Page 136: Fuel And Refueling

    Fuel and Refueling • You may need to cycle the ignition from When filling the vehicle’s fuel tank from a off to on several times after refueling portable fuel container, use the funnel to allow the fuel system to pump the included with the vehicle.
  • Page 137: Refueling

    Fuel and Refueling Use the following guidelines to avoid REFUELING electrostatic charge build-up when filling an ungrounded fuel container: WARNINGS • Place approved fuel container on the Fuel vapor burns violently and a fuel ground. fire can cause severe injuries. •...
  • Page 138: Fuel Consumption

    Fuel and Refueling If this action corrects the problem, the message may not reset immediately. It may take several driving cycles for the message to turn off. A driving cycle consists of an engine start-up (after 4 or more hours with the engine off) followed by city or highway driving.
  • Page 139: Emission Control System

    Additionally, keeping your vehicle and to its emissions system. records during summer and winter show how temperature impacts fuel economy. If you use parts other than Ford, Motorcraft In general, lower temperatures mean lower or Ford-authorized parts for maintenance fuel economy.
  • Page 140 Fuel and Refueling An improperly operating or damaged • the fuel fill inlet may not have been exhaust system may allow exhaust to properly closed See Refueling (page enter the vehicle. Have a damaged or 134). improperly operating exhaust system •...
  • Page 141 Fuel and Refueling Your vehicle may not pass the I/M test if the service engine soon indicator is on or not working properly (bulb is burned out), or if the OBD-II system has determined that some of the emission control systems have not been properly checked.
  • Page 142: Transmission

    Transmission P (Park) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION This position locks the transmission and WARNINGS prevents the front wheels from turning. Come to a complete stop before putting Always set the parking brake fully your vehicle into and out of P (Park) and make sure the gearshift is latched in P (Park).
  • Page 143: Brake-Shift Interlock

    Transmission To use SelectShift, move the gearshift WARNINGS lever into S (Sport). Use the +/- buttons When doing this procedure, you will on the side of your gearshift lever to be taking the vehicle out of park manually change gears. which means the vehicle can roll freely.
  • Page 144 Transmission 5. While holding the white lever in the rear position, move the shifter from the park position. 6. Press the shifter bezel back into the top finish panel until it snaps back into position. Apply the brake pedal, start the vehicle and release the parking brake.
  • Page 145: Four-Wheel Drive

    Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped) Note: It is recommended that you reinstall PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION the repaired tire or replace the tire as soon as possible. Major dissimilar tire sizes This system is a proactive system. It has between the front and rear axles could the ability to anticipate wheel slip and cause system damage or default the system transfer torque to the rear wheels before...
  • Page 146 Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped) When driving at slow speeds off road under in loss of vehicle control. Apply smooth high load conditions, use a low gear when pressure to the accelerator pedal or brake possible. Low gear operation will maximize pedal when changes in vehicle speed are the engine and transmission cooling required.
  • Page 147 Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped) Avoid driving at excessive speeds, this Driving on Hilly or Sloping Terrain causes vehicle momentum to work against Although natural obstacles may make it you and your vehicle could become stuck necessary to travel diagonally up or down to the point that assistance may be a hill or steep incline, you should always required from another vehicle.
  • Page 148 Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped) Descend a hill in the same gear you would Avoid sudden braking. Although a use to climb up the hill to avoid excessive four-wheel drive vehicle may accelerate brake application and brake overheating. better than a two-wheel drive vehicle in Do not descend in neutral.
  • Page 149 Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped) We recommend that you use caution when your vehicle has either a high load or device (i.e. ladder or luggage racks). Any modifications to your vehicle that raise the center of gravity may cause your vehicle to roll over when there is a loss of vehicle control.
  • Page 150: Brakes

    Brakes Emergency Brake Assist GENERAL INFORMATION Emergency brake assist detects when you Note: Occasional brake noise is normal. If brake heavily by measuring the rate at a metal-to-metal, continuous grinding or which you press the brake pedal. It continuous squeal sound is present, the provides maximum braking efficiency as brake linings may be worn-out and an long as you press the pedal.
  • Page 151: Parking Brake

    Brakes PARKING BRAKE WARNINGS If the engine is revved excessively, or if a malfunction is detected, the WARNING system will be deactivated. Always set the parking brake fully and leave your vehicle with the The system makes it easier to pull away transmission selector lever in when your vehicle is on a slope without the position P.
  • Page 152: Traction Control

    Traction Control System Indicator Lights and PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Messages The traction control system helps avoid WARNING drive wheel spin and loss of traction. If a failure has been detected within If your vehicle begins to slide, the system the AdvanceTrac system, the applies the brakes to individual wheels stability control light will illuminate and, when needed, reduces engine power...
  • Page 153: Stability Control

    Stability Control The AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Control system helps you keep control of your vehicle when on a slippery surface. WARNINGS The electronic stability control portion of Vehicle modifications involving the system helps avoid skids and lateral braking system, aftermarket roof slides and roll stability control helps avoid racks, suspension, steering system,...
  • Page 154: Using Stability Control

    Stability Control USING STABILITY CONTROL AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control (RSC®) The system automatically activates when you start your vehicle. The AdvanceTrac with RSC system cannot be completely turned off, but the electronic stability control and roll stability control portions of the system are disabled when the transmission is in position R.
  • Page 155: Parking Aids

    Parking Aids Note: If your vehicle is equipped with PARKING AID (If Equipped) MyKey®, it is possible to prevent turning the sensing system off. See MyKey (page WARNINGS 53). To help avoid personal injury, please The sensing system warns the driver of read and understand the limitations obstacles within a certain range of the of the system as contained in this...
  • Page 156: Parking Aids

    Parking Aids E130382 E130178 Coverage area of up to 27 inches (70 centimeters) from the front Coverage area of up to 6 feet of the vehicle and about 14 (1.8 meters) from the rear inches (35 centimeters) to the bumper. There is decreased side of the front end of the coverage area at the outer vehicle.
  • Page 157: Active Park Assist

    Parking Aids For specific information on the reverse The system may not function correctly if sensing portion of the system, refer to that something passes between the front section. bumper and the parking space (i.e. a pedestrian or cyclist) or if the edge of the neighboring parked vehicle is high from the ground (i.e.
  • Page 158 Parking Aids Press the button. The touch screen the system to search on. displays a message and a corresponding Note: If the turn signal is not on, the system graphic to indicate it's searching for a automatically searches on the vehicle's parking space.
  • Page 159: Deactivating The Park Assist Feature

    Parking Aids E130108 When you think the vehicle has enough space in front and behind it, or you hear a solid tone from the parking aid, bring the vehicle to a complete stop. E130109 • driving above 6 mph (10 km/h) during When automatic steering is finished, the automatic steering touch screen displays a message indicating...
  • Page 160: Troubleshooting The System

    Parking Aids Troubleshooting the System The system does not look for a space The traction control system may be off Any door (except the driver’s) may not be completely closed The system does not offer a particular space Something may be contacting the front bumper or side sensors There is not enough room on both sides of the vehicle in order to park There is not enough space for the parking maneuver on the opposite side of the parking space...
  • Page 161: Rear View Camera

    Parking Aids The system does not position the vehicle where I want in the space A parked vehicle has a high attachment (i.e. salt sprayer, snowplow, moving truck bed, etc.) The parking space length or position of parked objects changed after your vehicle passed The temperature around your vehicle changes quickly (i.e.
  • Page 162 Parking Aids The system uses three types of guides to Camera Guidelines help you see what is behind your vehicle: Note: Active guidelines are only available • Active guidelines: Show the intended when the transmission is in reverse (R). path of your vehicle when reversing. •...
  • Page 163 Parking Aids The fixed and active guidelines fade in and This allows you to get a closer view of an out depending on the steering wheel object behind your vehicle. The zoomed position. The active guidelines will not image keeps the bumper in the image to display when the steering wheel position provide a reference.
  • Page 164: Cruise Control

    Cruise Control Switching Cruise Control On PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION Press and release ON. Cruise control lets you maintain a set The indicator will display in the speed without keeping your foot on the instrument cluster. accelerator pedal. You can use cruise control when your vehicle speed is greater E71340 than 20 mph (30 km/h).
  • Page 165: Driving Aids

    Driving Aids Cross Traffic Alert warns you of vehicles BLIND SPOT INFORMATION approaching from the sides when the SYSTEM (If Equipped) transmission is in reverse (R). Note: The Blind Spot Information System Blind Spot Information System does not prevent contact with other vehicles (BLIS ) with Cross Traffic Alert or objects;...
  • Page 166: Driving Aids

    Driving Aids E142440 In this first example, a vehicle only partially obstructs the left sensor; Cross Traffic Alert nearly maximizes zone coverage. E142441 Zone coverage also decreases when parking at shallow angles. Here, a vehicle only partially obstructs the left sensor; zone coverage on that side is severely limited.
  • Page 167 Driving Aids System Lights and Messages The system uses radar sensors that are located behind the bumper fascia on each side of your vehicle. Do not allow mud, snow or bumper stickers to obstruct these areas, this can cause degraded system performance.
  • Page 168 Driving Aids • Driving in reverse faster than 3 mph (5 km/h). Reasons for messages displaying • Backing out of an angled parking spot. The radar Clean the fascia area in surface is front of the radar or remove False Alerts dirty or the obstruction.
  • Page 169: Eco Mode

    Driving Aids Anticipation ECO MODE Adjust your vehicle speed and the distance This system assists you in driving more to other vehicles to avoid the need for efficiently by constantly monitoring heavy braking or acceleration to improve characteristics of gear changing, fuel economy.
  • Page 170 Driving Aids WARNINGS off the engine. After at least 10 seconds, reset the system by restarting the engine, and watch the information display for a steering message. If a steering message returns, or returns while driving, take the vehicle to your dealer to have it checked. Obtain immediate service if a system error is detected.
  • Page 171: Load Carrying

    Load Carrying REAR UNDER FLOOR LUGGAGE COVERS STORAGE WARNINGS Cargo Management System Make sure that the posts are properly latched in mounting features. The Equipped) cover may cause injury in a sudden stop or accident if it is not securely installed.
  • Page 172: Roof Racks And Load Carriers

    When using the roof rack system, we recommend Note: If you cannot loosen the thumbwheel you use Ford Genuine Accessory crossbars with your hand, loosen the fastener head. designed specifically for your vehicle.
  • Page 173: Load Limit

    Load Carrying vehicle, familiarize yourself with Make sure to check that the thumbwheels are tight each time you add or remove load the following terms for from the roof rack, and periodically while determining your vehicle’s weight traveling. Make sure that the load is secure ratings, with or without a trailer, before traveling.
  • Page 174: Load Carrying

    Load Carrying WARNING The appropriate loading capacity of your vehicle can be limited either by volume capacity (how much space is available) or by payload capacity (how much weight the vehicle should carry). Once you have reached the maximum payload of your vehicle, do not add more cargo, even if there is space available.
  • Page 175 Load Carrying E142517 CARGO E143817 GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Cargo Weight - includes all Rating) - is the maximum weight added to the Base Curb allowable weight that can be Weight, including cargo and carried by a single axle (front or optional equipment.
  • Page 176 Load Carrying Note: For trailer towing information refer to the RV and Trailer Towing Guide available at an authorized dealer. E143818 Safety Compliance Certification GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight) - Label. The label shall be affixed is the Vehicle Curb Weight, plus to either the door hinge pillar, cargo, plus passengers.
  • Page 177 Load Carrying E142524 WARNING Exceeding the Safety Compliance Certification Label vehicle weight rating limits could result in substandard vehicle handling or performance, engine, transmission and/or structural damage, serious damage to the vehicle, loss of control and personal injury. E143819 GCWR (Gross Combined GCW (Gross Combined Weight) Weight Rating) - is the maximum - is the Gross Vehicle Weight plus...
  • Page 178 Load Carrying for operation at Gross Vehicle Examples: For a 5000 pound Weight Rating, not at Gross (2268 kilogram) conventional Combined Weight Rating.) trailer, multiply 5000 by 0.10 and Separate functional brakes should 0.15 to obtain a proper tongue be used for safe control of towed load range of 500 to 750 pounds vehicles and for trailers where the (227 to 340 kilograms).
  • Page 179 Load Carrying 2. Determine the combined *Suppose your vehicle has a weight of the driver and 1400-pound (635-kilogram) cargo passengers that will be riding and luggage capacity. You decide in your vehicle. to go golfing. Is there enough load capacity to carry you, four of your 3.
  • Page 180 Load Carrying be: 635 kilograms - (2 x 99 Special Loading Instructions kilograms) - (12 x 45 kilograms) = for Owners of Pick-up Trucks 635 - 198 - 540 = -103 kilograms. and Utility-type Vehicles You will need to reduce the load WARNING weight by at least 240 pounds (104 kilograms).
  • Page 181: Towing

    Towing Load Placement TOWING A TRAILER To help minimize how trailer WARNINGS movement affects your vehicle Do not exceed the GVWR or when driving: the GAWR specified on the • Load the heaviest items closest certification label. to the trailer floor. Towing trailers beyond the •...
  • Page 182: Trailer Sway Control

    (2.79 meters ) if your increases the risk of loss of vehicle vehicle is equipped with a towing control, serious injury or death. Ford package. does not recommend disabling this feature except in situations where speed reduction Note: For high altitude operation,...
  • Page 183 Towing Maximum trailer Powertrain Maximum GCWR weight 2.5L 2WD 5351 lb (2427 kg) 1500 lb (681 kg) 1.6L GTDI 2WD 5862 lb (2659 kg) 2000 lb (907 kg) 5957 lb (2702 kg) 2000 lb (907 kg) 2.0L GTDI 2WD 7457 lb (3382 kg) 3500 lb (1588 kg) 2.0L GTDI 2WD 1.6L GTDI 4WD...
  • Page 184: Essential Towing Checks

    Towing Safety Chains ESSENTIAL TOWING CHECKS Note: Never attach safety chains Follow these guidelines for safe to the bumper. towing: Always connect the safety chains • Do not tow a trailer until you to the hook retainers of your drive your vehicle at least 1000 vehicle hitch.
  • Page 185 Towing Separate functioning brake When Towing a Trailer systems are required for safe • Do not drive faster than 70 control of towed vehicles and mph (113 km/h) during the first trailers weighing more than 500 miles (800 kilometers). 1500 pounds (680 kilograms) when loaded.
  • Page 186: Towing Points

    Towing • Allow more distance for Exceeding these limits may allow stopping with a trailer water to enter vehicle attached. Anticipate stops and components: brake gradually. • Causing internal damage to the • Avoid parking on a grade. components. However, if you must park on a •...
  • Page 187: Transporting The Vehicle

    We recommend the use of a wheel lift and dollies or flatbed equipment to tow your vehicle. Do not tow with a slingbelt. Ford Motor Company has not approved a slingbelt towing procedure. Vehicle damage may occur if towed incorrectly, or by any other means.
  • Page 188: Towing The Vehicle On Four Wheels

    Towing It is acceptable to have your front-wheel Follow these guidelines if you have a need drive vehicle towed from the front if using for recreational (RV) towing. An example proper wheel lift equipment to raise the of recreational towing would be towing front wheels off the ground.
  • Page 189: Driving Hints

    Driving Hints Avoid these actions; they reduce your fuel BREAKING-IN economy: You need to break in new tires for • Sudden accelerations or hard approximately 300 miles (480 accelerations. kilometers). During this time, your vehicle • Revving the engine before turning it off. may exhibit some unusual driving •...
  • Page 190: Driving Through Water

    Driving Hints • Transmissions give their best fuel • Lightly press the brake pedal to dry the economy when operated in the top brakes and to check that they work. cruise gear and with steady pressure • Check that the horn works. on the gas pedal.
  • Page 191: Driving Hints

    Driving Hints WARNINGS Check attachment of floor mats on a regular basis. Always properly reinstall and secure floor mats that have been removed for cleaning or replacement. Always make sure that objects cannot fall into the driver foot well while the vehicle is moving. Objects that are loose can become trapped under the pedals causing a loss of vehicle control.
  • Page 192: Roadside Emergencies

    • Towing — independent service contractors, if not prohibited by state, Canadian customers who require roadside local or municipal law, shall tow Ford assistance, call 1-800-665-2006. eligible vehicles to an authorized dealer within 35 mi (56 km) of the Vehicles Sold in Canada: Using...
  • Page 193: Hazard Warning Flashers

    2. Switch on the ignition. before you authorize or pay for the service. 3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to re-enable the Call the Ford Roadside Assistance at fuel pump. 1-800-665-2006 for additional For vehicles equipped with a push button information.
  • Page 194: Jump Starting The Vehicle

    Roadside Emergencies 3. Remove your foot from the brake pedal Note: Do not disconnect the battery of the and press the START/STOP button disabled vehicle as this could damage the to switch off the ignition. vehicle's electrical system. 4. You can either attempt to start the Park the booster vehicle close to the hood engine by pressing the brake pedal and of the disabled vehicle, making sure the...
  • Page 195: Roadside Emergencies

    Roadside Emergencies 4. Make the final connection of the negative (-) cable to an exposed metal part of the stalled vehicle's engine, or connect the negative (-) cable to the ground connection point, if available. WARNING Do not connect the end of the second cable to the negative (-) terminal of the battery to be jumped.
  • Page 196: Post-Crash Alert System

    Roadside Emergencies POST-CRASH ALERT SYSTEM The system flashes the turn signal lamps and sounds the horn (intermittently) in the event of a serious impact that deploys an airbag (front, side, side curtain or Safety Canopy) or the safety belt pretensioners. The horn and lamps will turn off when: •...
  • Page 197: Customer Assistance

    A reasonable time must be allowed to Oakville, Ontario L6K 0C8 perform a repair after taking your vehicle Telephone to the authorized dealer. Repairs will be made using Ford or Motorcraft® parts, or 1-800-565-3673 (FORD) remanufactured or other parts that are Online authorized by Ford.
  • Page 198: In California (U.s. Only)

    2. Four or more repair attempts are made Ford in writing before pursuing remedies on the same nonconformity (a defect under your state’s warranty laws. Ford is or condition that substantially impairs also allowed a final repair attempt in some the use, value or safety of the vehicle) states.
  • Page 199: The Better Business Bureau (Bbb) Auto Line Program (U.s. Only)

    BBB. Canadian dealers. In those cases where You are not bound by the decision, and you continue to feel that the efforts by Ford may reject the decision and proceed to of Canada and the authorized dealer to...
  • Page 200: Getting Assistance Outside The U.s. And Canada

    CAMVAP decisions are fast, fair, FORD MOTOR COMPANY and final as the arbitrator’s award is Customer Relationship Center binding on both you and Ford of Canada. 1555 Fairlane Drive CAMVAP services are available in all Fairlane Business Park #3 Canadian territories and provinces.
  • Page 201: Ordering Additional Owner's Literature

    REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS identification number (VIN) and new address with Ford Motor Company Export (U.S. ONLY) Operations & Global Growth Initiatives by emailing If you are in another foreign country, contact the nearest authorized dealer.
  • Page 202: Reporting Safety Defects (Canada Only)

    Customer Assistance To contact NHTSA, you may call You can also obtain other the Vehicle Safety Hotline information about motor vehicle toll-free at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY: safety from 1-800-424-9153); go to; or write REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS Administrator (CANADA ONLY) 1200 New Jersey Avenue, If you believe that your vehicle has Southeast...
  • Page 203: Fuses

    Fuses FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART WARNINGS To reduce risk of electrical shock, Pre-Fuse Box always replace the cover to the power distribution box before The pre-fuse box is in the engine reconnecting the battery or refilling fluid compartment attached to the positive reservoirs.
  • Page 204 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components 50A** Anti-lock brake system and electronic stability program pump. 30A** Electronic stability program valve. — Not used. 40A** Heater blower motor. 30A** Body control module feed. 30A** Powertrain control module relay. 30A** Starter relay.
  • Page 205 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components — Not used. — Not used. 15A* Vehicle power. 10A* Vehicle power 2. 10A* Vehicle power 3. 15A* Vehicle power 4. Active grill shutters. 10A* Occupant classification sensor. Passenger airbag deactivation indicator. Engine control module and transmission control module ignition feed.
  • Page 206 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components — Not used. Power relay Delayed accessory relay. — Not used. Mini relay Starter relay. Micro relay Air conditioner clutch. Power relay Cooling fan. Mini relay Heater blower. Mini relay Engine control relay.
  • Page 207 Fuses E129926 Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components Fuel pump supply, Air mass meter. — Not used. Not used (spare). Passive anti-theft transceiver. Interior light. Driver door switch pack. Glove box light. Overhead console switch bank. Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 208 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components Cigar lighter. Power point. Rain sensor module. Auto-dimming mirror. Not used (spare). — Not used. Liftgate release. Driver door unlock. 7.5A SYNC. Multifunction display. Global positioning system module. — Not used. Instrument cluster.
  • Page 209: Luggage Compartment Fuse Panel

    Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components Radio frequency receiver. Washer pump. Central locking. Drive door unlock. 7.5A Electronic 15 feed. Air bag module. Occupant classification system. Passenger air bag deactivation indicator. Not used (spare). Supply for F67, F69, F71 and F79. —...
  • Page 210 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components Hands-free liftgate entry module. Keyless vehicle module. Keyless vehicle door handles. Door control unit front left. Door control unit front right. Door control unit rear left. Door control unit rear right. Passenger seat.
  • Page 211 Fuses Fuse or relay number Fuse amp rating Protected components Luggage compartment power outlet. — Not used. Blind spot detection system. Rear view camera with park assist. Parking aid module. — Not used. DC/AC power converter. — Not used. Driver seat heater. Passenger seat heater.
  • Page 212: Changing A Fuse

    Fuses CHANGING A FUSE Fuses WARNING You must replace a failed fuse with one that has the specified amperage rating. If you use a fuse with a higher amperage rating, you may cause severe wire damage and may start a fire. E142430 A fuse may fail if electrical components in the vehicle are not properly working.
  • Page 213: Maintenance

    Maintenance Working with the Engine Off GENERAL INFORMATION Set the parking brake and shift to park Have your vehicle serviced regularly to help (P). maintain its roadworthiness and resale 2. Switch off the engine. value. There is a large network of authorized dealers that are there to help 3.
  • Page 214: Closing The Hood

    Maintenance E142458 3. Move the catch to the right to release the hood. E87786 4. Open the hood and support it with the hood strut. Closing the Hood Remove the hood strut from the catch and secure it correctly in the clip. 2.
  • Page 215: Under Hood Overview - 1.6L Ecoboost

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 1.6L ECOBOOST E157261 Engine coolant reservoir Engine oil filler cap Brake fluid reservoir Battery Power distribution box Air filter assembly Engine oil dipstick Windshield washer fluid reservoir cap Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 216: Under Hood Overview - 2.0L Ecoboost

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 2.0L ECOBOOST E146022 Engine coolant reservoir Engine oil dipstick Brake fluid reservoir Battery Power distribution box Air filter assembly Engine oil filler cap Windshield washer fluid reservoir Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 217: Under Hood Overview - 2.5L

    Maintenance UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW - 2.5L E146023 Windshield washer fluid reservoir Engine coolant reservoir Engine oil filler cap Engine oil dipstick Brake fluid reservoir Battery Power distribution box Air filter assembly Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 218: Engine Oil Dipstick - 2.0L Ecoboost /2.5L

    Maintenance 3. Remove the dipstick and wipe it with ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK - 2.0L a clean, lint free cloth. Replace the ECOBOOST /2.5L dipstick and remove it again to check the oil level. If the oil level is at the minimum mark, add oil immediately.
  • Page 219: Engine Coolant Check

    This damage would not Remove the engine oil filler cap. be covered under your vehicle s warranty. 2. Add engine oil that meets Ford Note: During normal vehicle operation, the specifications. See Capacities and engine coolant may change color from Specifications (page 264).
  • Page 220 If you drive in extremely cold climates: be added in order to reach a vehicle service location. In this instance, the • It may be necessary to have a Ford cooling system must be drained, authorized dealer increase the coolant chemically cleaned with Motorcraft concentration above 50%.
  • Page 221 Maintenance Vehicles driven year-round in non-extreme When Fail-Safe Mode Is Activated climates should use prediluted engine WARNINGS coolant for optimum cooling system and engine protection. Fail-safe mode is for use during emergencies only. Operate your What You Should Know About Fail- vehicle in fail-safe mode only as long Safe Cooling as necessary to bring your vehicle to rest...
  • Page 222: Automatic Transmission Fluid Check

    Add fluid to fill the reservoir if the level is fluid additives, treatments or cleaning low. Only use a washer fluid that meets agents. The use of these materials may Ford specifications. See Capacities and affect transmission operation and result Specifications (page 264). in damage to internal transmission State or local regulations on volatile components.
  • Page 223: Changing The 12V Battery

    Maintenance When a low voltage battery replacement CHANGING THE 12V BATTERY is necessary, see an authorized dealer to replace the low voltage battery with a Ford WARNINGS recommended replacement low voltage Batteries normally produce explosive battery that matches the electrical...
  • Page 224: Checking The Wiper Blades

    Maintenance presets, are also maintained in memory by Note: Always dispose of automotive power from the low voltage battery. When batteries in a responsible manner. Follow a technician disconnects and connects the your local authorized standards for disposal. low voltage battery, these settings are Call your local authorized recycling center erased.
  • Page 225: Adjusting The Headlamps

    Maintenance Note: Make sure that the wiper blade locks into place. ADJUSTING THE HEADLAMPS Vertical Aim Adjustment The headlamps on your vehicle are properly aimed at the assembly plant. If your vehicle has been in an accident, the alignment of your headlamps should be E129990 checked by your authorized dealer.
  • Page 226 Maintenance 3. Turn on the low beam headlamps to Vehicles With High Intensity Discharge illuminate the wall or screen and open Headlamps the hood. Park the vehicle directly in front of a wall or screen on a level surface, approximately 25 feet (7.6 meters) away.
  • Page 227: Removing A Headlamp

    Maintenance 3. Carefully pull the headlamp assembly as far as possible towards the front of the vehicle to disengage it from the lower fixing point. 4. Carefully lift the outer side of the headlamp and remove it. 5. Disconnect the electrical connector. CHANGING A BULB E142467 Lamp Assembly Condensation...
  • Page 228: Replacing Headlamp Bulbs

    Maintenance Replacing Headlamp Bulbs Remove the headlamp. 2. Remove service cap. WARNING 3. Disconnect the electrical connector. Handle a halogen headlamp bulb 4. Remove bulb from the headlamp carefully and keep out of children’s assembly by turning it reach. Grasp the bulb by only its counterclockwise, then pull it straight plastic base and do not touch the glass.
  • Page 229: Replacing Side Marker Bulbs

    Maintenance Replacing Side Marker Bulbs E142798 Remove the screws from the splash E142472 shield at the wheel well to gain access Remove the bulb socket from the to the lamp assembly. headlamp assembly by turning it counterclockwise. 2. Remove the bulb by gently pull the bulb straight out of the socket.
  • Page 230 Maintenance Replacing Tail, Brake and Turn 6. Remove the turn signal bulb or the tail Signal Bulbs and brake bulb by turning the bulb socket counterclockwise. Gently pull the bulb straight out of the socket. Install the new bulb in reverse order. Replacing Reverse Lamp Assembly For bulb replacement, see your authorized dealer.
  • Page 231: Bulb Specification Chart

    Maintenance North America to ensure lamp BULB SPECIFICATION CHART performance, light brightness and pattern and safe visibility. The correct bulbs will Replacement bulbs are specified in the not damage the lamp assembly or void the chart below. Headlamp bulbs must be lamp assembly warranty and will provide marked with an authorized “D.O.T.”...
  • Page 232: Changing The Engine Air Filter

    Maintenance 2. Remove the air filter element from the CHANGING THE ENGINE AIR air filter housing. FILTER 3. Wipe any dirt or debris from the air cleaner assembly to make sure no dirt WARNING gets in the engine and to make sure you To reduce the risk of vehicle damage have a good seal.
  • Page 233: L Engine

    Maintenance 2.5L Engine E142711 Detach the 2 clips that secure the air filter cover to the housing. 2. Carefully remove the air filter cover from the housing. Do not detach any connections or tubes from the cover. 3. Remove the air cleaner from the housing.
  • Page 234: Vehicle Care

    Vehicle Care GENERAL INFORMATION CLEANING THE EXTERIOR Your Ford or Lincoln authorized dealer has Wash your vehicle regularly with cool or many quality products available to clean lukewarm water and a neutral pH your vehicle and protect its finishes. shampoo, such as Motorcraft Detail Wash.
  • Page 235: Waxing

    Vehicle Care • Wash your vehicle first, using cool or • Use a quality wax that does not contain lukewarm water and a neutral pH abrasives. shampoo, such as Motorcraft Detail • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions Wash. to apply and remove the wax. •...
  • Page 236: Cleaning The Windows And Wiper Blades

    Vehicle Care • Never wash or rinse any ignition coil, WARNINGS spark plug wire or spark plug well, or On vehicles equipped with the area in and around these locations. seat-mounted airbags, do not use • Cover the battery, power distribution chemical solvents or strong box, and air filter assembly to prevent detergents.
  • Page 237: Cleaning Leather Seats

    Vehicle Care Note: Follow the same procedure as 4. If necessary, apply more soap and cleaning leather seats for cleaning leather water solution or cleaning product to instrument panels and leather interior trim a clean, soft cloth and press it onto the surfaces.
  • Page 238: Repairing Minor Paint Damage

    Vehicle Care • Alcohol solutions. Note: Some automatic car washes may cause damage to the finish on your wheel • Solvents or cleaners intended rims and covers. specifically for rubber, vinyl and plastics. Note: Industrial-strength or heavy-duty cleaners in combination with brush agitation Note: Do not use Motorcraft Premium to remove brake dust and dirt, could wear Leather and Vinyl Cleaner ZC-56 on Lincoln...
  • Page 239: Fuel System

    Vehicle Care Engine We engineer and test all motor vehicles and their components for reliable, regular • Change the engine oil and filter prior to driving. Under various conditions, storage because used engine oil long-term storage may lead to degraded contains contaminates which may engine performance or failure unless you cause engine damage.
  • Page 240: Removing Vehicle From Storage

    Vehicle Care Brakes Contact an authorized dealer if you have any concerns or issues. • Make sure the brakes and parking brake release fully. Tires • Maintain recommended air pressure. Miscellaneous • Make sure all linkages, cables, levers and pins under your vehicle are covered with grease to prevent rust.
  • Page 241: Wheels And Tires

    Wheels and Tires Utility vehicles and trucks handle GENERAL INFORMATION differently than passenger cars in the various driving conditions that are Notice to utility vehicle and truck encountered on streets, highways and owners off-road. Utility vehicles and trucks are not designed for cornering at speeds as high WARNINGS as passenger cars any more than low-slung...
  • Page 242 Wheels and Tires How your vehicle differs from other vehicles Sport utility vehicles and trucks can differ from some other vehicles in a few noticeable ways. Your vehicle may be: E168583 As a result of the above dimensional differences, Sport utility vehicles and trucks often will have a higher center of gravity and a greater difference in center of gravity between the loaded and...
  • Page 243: Tire Care

    U.S. Department of TIRE CARE Transportation Tire quality Information About Uniform grades: The U.S. Department of Tire Quality Grading Transportation requires Ford Motor Company to give you the following information about tire grades exactly as the government has written it. Treadwear...
  • Page 244 Wheels and Tires The traction grades, from highest Federal Motor Vehicle Safety to lowest are AA, A, B, and C. The Standard No. 139. Grades B and A grades represent the tire’s ability represent higher levels of to stop on wet pavement as performance on the laboratory measured under controlled test wheel than the minimum...
  • Page 245 Wheels and Tires *kPa: Kilopascal, a metric unit of Information Contained on the air pressure. Tire Sidewall *PSI: Pounds per square inch, a Both United States and Canada standard unit of air pressure. Federal regulations require tire manufacturers to place *Cold tire pressure: The tire standardized information on the pressure when the vehicle has...
  • Page 246 Wheels and Tires A. P: Indicates a tire, designated G. H: Indicates the tire's speed by the Tire and Rim Association, rating. The speed rating denotes that may be used for service on the speed at which a tire is cars, sport utility vehicles, designed to be driven for extended minivans and light trucks.
  • Page 247 Wheels and Tires J. Tire Ply Composition and Letter Speed rating Material Used: Indicates the rating number of plies or the number of 168 mph (270 km/h) layers of rubber-coated fabric in the tire tread and sidewall. Tire 186 mph (299 km/h) manufacturers also must indicate Note: For tires with a maximum the ply materials in the tire and the...
  • Page 248 Wheels and Tires *Traction: The traction grades, The tire suppliers may have from highest to lowest are AA, A, additional markings, notes or B, and C. The grades represent the warnings such as standard load tire's ability to stop on wet or radial tubeless.
  • Page 249 Wheels and Tires C. Maximum Load Dual lb (kg) at psi (kPa) cold: Indicates the maximum load and tire pressure when the tire is used as a dual, defined as four tires on the rear axle (a total of six or more tires on the vehicle).
  • Page 250 Numbers of 70 or automatic service station gauges lower indicate a short sidewall. may be inaccurate. Ford recommends the use of a digital D. D: Indicates a diagonal type tire. or dial-type tire pressure gauge R: Indicates a radial type tire.
  • Page 251 Wheels and Tires (affixed to either the door hinge When weather temperature pillar, door-latch post, or the door changes occur, tire inflation edge that meets the door-latch pressures also change. A 43°F post, next to the driver's seating (6°C) temperature drop can position), or Tire Label which is cause a corresponding drop of located on the B-Pillar or the edge...
  • Page 252 Wheels and Tires 3. Add enough air to reach the Inspecting Your Tires and recommended air pressure. Wheel Valve Stems Note: If you overfill the tire, release Periodically inspect the tire treads air by pressing on the metal stem for uneven or excessive wear and in the center of the valve.
  • Page 253 Wheels and Tires Tire Wear or suspected, have the tire inspected by a tire professional. Tires can be damaged during off-road use, so inspection after off-road use is also recommended. WARNING Tires degrade over time depending on many factors E142546 such as weather, storage When the tread is worn down to conditions, and conditions of use...
  • Page 254 Use of any tire or wheel four numbers represent the week not recommended by Ford can and year the tire was built. For affect the safety and performance example, the numbers 317 mean of your vehicle, which could result the 31st week of 1997.
  • Page 255 For a mounting pressure more WARNINGS than 20 psi (1.38 bar) greater than If your vehicle is stuck in the maximum pressure, a Ford snow, mud, or sand, do not dealer or other tire service rapidly spin the tires. Spinning the...
  • Page 256 Wheels and Tires Driving habits have a great deal Tire and Wheel Alignment to do with your tire mileage and A bad jolt from hitting a curb or safety. pothole can cause the front end *Observe posted speed limits of your vehicle to become misaligned or cause damage to *Avoid fast starts, stops and turns your tires.
  • Page 257: Using Snow Chains

    Ford. Use of different in brand, size or any tire or wheel not recommended by appearance from the road tires and...
  • Page 258: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

    Wheels and Tires • When driving with tire cables do not As an added safety feature, your vehicle exceed 30 mph (48 km/h) or the has been equipped with a Tire Pressure maximum speed recommended by the Monitoring System (TPMS) that chain manufacturer, whichever is less.
  • Page 259 Wheels and Tires Understanding Your Tire Pressure The tire pressure monitoring system Monitoring System complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. The tire pressure monitoring system Operation is subject to the following two measures pressure in your four road tires conditions: (1) This device may not cause and sends the tire pressure readings to...
  • Page 260 Wheels and Tires Low tire pressure Possible cause Customer action required warning light Solid warning light Tire(s) under-inflated Make sure tires are at the proper pres- sure. See Inflating your tires in this chapter. After inflating your tires to the manufacturer’s recommended pressure as shown on the Tire Label (located on the edge of driver’s door or the B-Pillar),...
  • Page 261: Changing A Road Wheel

    If you must use a sealant, the and wheels that were originally provided Ford Tire Mobility Kit sealant should be by Ford. If the dissimilar spare tire or wheel used. The tire pressure monitoring system is damaged, it should be replaced rather sensor and valve stem on the wheel must than repaired.
  • Page 262: Tire Change Procedure

    Wheels and Tires 1. T-type mini-spare: This spare tire • Use commercial car washing begins with the letter T for tire size and equipment. may have Temporary Use Only molded in • Use snow chains on the end of the the sidewall.
  • Page 263 Wheels and Tires 5. Remove the jack from the foam holder. WARNINGS The lug wrench is located in the left Never get underneath a vehicle that side storage foam next to the spare is supported only by a jack. If the tire.
  • Page 264 Wheels and Tires Stowing the flat tire Put the jack and lug wrench away. Make sure the jack is fastened so it does not rattle when you drive. 2. Unblock the wheels. 3. Stow the flat tire on the floor in the cargo area.
  • Page 265: Technical Specifications

    Ib-ft (Nm) M12 x 1.5 100 (135) Torque specifications are for nut and bolt threads free of dirt and rust. Use only Ford recommended replacement fasteners. Retighten the lug nuts to the specified torque within 100 miles (160 kilometers) after any wheel disturbance (such as tire rotation, changing a flat tire, wheel removal).
  • Page 266 Wheels and Tires E145950 Wheel pilot bore Inspect the wheel pilot bore and mounting surface prior to installation. Remove any visible corrosion or loose particles. Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 267: Capacities And Specifications

    Capacities and Specifications ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Engine 1.6L EcoBoost engine 2.0L EcoBoost engine 2.5L engine Cubic inches Required fuel Minimum 87 octane Minimum 87 octane Minimum 87 octane Compression 10.0:1 9.3:1 9.7:1 ratio Spark plug gap 0.027-0.031 in. (0.70- 0.027-0.031 in. 0.049-0.053 in.
  • Page 268: Motorcraft Parts

    WW-2705 (passenger side) WW-1106 (rear wiper) We recommend Motorcraft replacement VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION parts available at your Ford dealer or at NUMBER for scheduled maintenance. These parts meet or exceed Ford Motor Company’s specifications and are The vehicle identification number is engineered for your vehicle.
  • Page 269: Vehicle Certification Label

    Capacities and Specifications Please note that in the graphic, XXXX is VEHICLE CERTIFICATION representative of your vehicle identification LABEL number. The Vehicle Identification Number contains the following information: E142477 World manufacturer identifier E167469 The National Highway Traffic Safety Brake system, Gross Vehicle Administration Regulations require that a Weight Rating, Restraint Devices Safety Compliance Certification Label be...
  • Page 270: Transmission Code Designation

    Capacities and Specifications The transmission code is on the Safety TRANSMISSION CODE Compliance Certification Label. The DESIGNATION following table shows the transmission code along with the transmission description. E167814 Description Code Six-speed automatic transmission 6F35 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 271: Technical Specifications

    The air conditioning refrigerant system contains refrigerant R-134a under high pressure. Opening the air conditioning refrigerant system can cause personal injury. Have the air conditioning refrigerant system serviced only by qualified personnel. Item Capacity Ford part name or Ford part number / equivalent Ford specification Between MIN and MAX...
  • Page 272: Capacities And Specifications

    Capacities and Specifications Item Capacity Ford part name or Ford part number / equivalent Ford specification Engine oil 4.3 qt (4.1 L) Motorcraft SAE 5W- XO-5W20-QFS or 1.6L EcoBoost 20 Full Synthetic XO-5W20-QSP Motor Oil or (U.S.); Engine oil 5.7 qt (5.4 L)
  • Page 273 M1C231-B Compressor Oil Ford recommends using DOT 4 Low Viscosity (LV) High Performance Brake Fluid or equivalent meeting WSS-M6C65-A2. Use of any fluid other than the recommended fluid may cause degraded brake performance and not meet the Ford performance standards.
  • Page 274 Capacities and Specifications E142732 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 275: Audio System

    Audio systems capable of recognizing and compact discs may not function correctly playing MP3 and WMA individual tracks when used in Ford CD players. and folder structures work as follows: • There are two different modes for MP3...
  • Page 276: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/Fm

    Audio System • MP3 and WMA folder mode represents In track mode, the system displays and a folder structure consisting of one plays the structure as if it were only one level of folders. The CD player numbers level deep (all MP3 and WMA files play, all MP3 and WMA tracks on the disc regardless of being in a specific folder).
  • Page 277: Audio System

    Audio System E172881 Eject: Press to eject a CD. Cursor arrows: Press to scroll through on-screen audio system choices, menus or other on-screen functions. CD slot: Insert a CD. OK: Press to confirm menu selections. Clock: Press to set the time. Use the cursor arrows to set the hours and minutes. Press OK to confirm the time.
  • Page 278: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/Fm/Cd/Sync

    Audio System Seek forward: Press and release the right side of the control to go to the next preset radio station or disc track. Press and hold this side of the control to fast forward or reverse to the next strong radio station, memory preset or through the current disc track.
  • Page 279 Audio System E162867 Eject: Press this button to eject a CD. Cursor arrows: Press these buttons to scroll through on-screen audio system choices. OK: Press this button to confirm menu selections. INFO: Press this button to access any available radio or CD information. TUNE - and TUNE +: Press these buttons to manually search the frequency band.
  • Page 280: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Am/Fm/Cd/Sync/Satellite Radio

    Audio System ON/OFF: Press this button to switch the system off and on. Turn to adjust the volume. MENU: Press this button to access different audio system features. See Menu Structure later in this section. SOUND: Press this button to access settings for Treble, Middle, Bass, Fade and Balance.
  • Page 281 Audio System E162869 Eject: Press this button to eject a CD. Cursor arrows: Press these buttons to scroll through on-screen audio system choices. OK: Press this button to confirm menu selections. INFO: Press this button to access any available radio or CD information. TUNE - and TUNE +: Press these buttons to manually search the frequency band.
  • Page 282: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Premium Am/Fm/Cd

    Audio System Sound: Press this button to access settings for Treble, Middle, Bass, Fade and Balance. Use the up and down arrow buttons to select the various settings. When you make your selection, press the left and right arrow buttons to change the settings.
  • Page 283 Audio System E143843 - TUNE +: Press this button to manually search through the radio frequency band. ON/OFF and VOL: Press this button to switch the audio system off and on. Turn to adjust the volume. Eject: Press this button to eject a CD. SEEK: Press this button to go to the next station up or down the radio frequency band or the next or previous track on a CD.
  • Page 284: Audio Unit - Vehicles With: Sony Am/Fm/ Special Operating Conditions Scheduled Cd

    Audio System Note: The CD slot is directly above the AUDIO UNIT - VEHICLES WITH: touchscreen. SONY AM/FM/CD Note: The MyFord Touch system controls most of the audio features. See WARNING Entertainment (page 347). Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury.
  • Page 285: Menu Structure

    Audio System - TUNE +: In radio mode, press these buttons to manually search through the radio frequency band. In SIRIUS mode, press these buttons to find the next or previous available satellite radio station. Volume: Turn this control to adjust the volume. SOUND: Press this button to access settings for Treble, Midrange, Bass, Balance and Fade.
  • Page 286 Audio System SIRIUS Set Category Select to view channel categories (such as Pop, Rock or News). If you select a category, seek and scan functions only stop on channels in that category. Alerts Select to turn off or turn on alerts for songs, artists or teams.
  • Page 287: Digital Radio

    Audio System Clock Settings Set Time Select to set the time. Set Date Select to set the calendar date. 24h Mode Select to view clock time in a 12-hour mode or 24-hour mode. Display Settings Dimming Select to change display brightness. Language Select to display the language in English, French or Spanish.
  • Page 288 Audio System When HD Radio broadcasts are active, you • Memory presets allow you to save an can access the following functions: active channel as a memory preset. Touch and hold a memory preset slot • Scan allows you to hear a brief until the sound returns.
  • Page 289: Satellite Radio

    SIRIUS® broadcasts a variety of music, HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks news, sports, weather, traffic and of iBiquity Digital Corp. Ford Motor entertainment satellite radio channels. For Company and iBiquity Digital Corp. are not more information and a complete list of...
  • Page 290 Ford Motor Company shall not be of your vehicle. See an authorized dealer responsible for any such programming for availability.
  • Page 291 Audio System Troubleshooting Message Condition Action Acquiring… Radio requires more than No action required. This two seconds to produce message should disappear audio for the selected shortly. channel. Satellite antenna fault There is an internal module If this message does not or system failure present.
  • Page 292: Audio Input Jack

    Audio System The auxiliary input jack allows you to AUDIO INPUT JACK connect and play music from your portable music player through your vehicle speakers. WARNINGS You can use any portable music player Driving while distracted can result in designed for use with headphones. Your loss of vehicle control, crash and audio extension cable must have male injury.
  • Page 293: Media Hub

    Audio System The USB port allows you to plug in media playing devices, memory sticks and charge devices (if supported). See SYNC (page 291). MEDIA HUB (If Equipped) The media hub is located in the center console and has the following features: E142605 A/V inputs SD card slot...
  • Page 294: Sync

    SYNC (If Equipped) GENERAL INFORMATION • Use the advanced voice recognition SYNC is an in-vehicle communications system system that works with your Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone and • Charge your USB device (if your device portable media player. This allows you to: supports this).
  • Page 295 SYNC (If Equipped) In Canada, call 1-800-565-3673. When using SYNC: • Do not operate playing devices if the Times are subject to change due to power cords or cables are broken, split holidays. or damaged. Place cords and cables SYNC Owner Account out of the way, so they do not interfere with the operation of pedals, seats, Why do I need a SYNC owner account?
  • Page 296: Using Voice Recognition

    SYNC module. Ford Motor This system helps you control many Company and Ford of Canada will not features using voice commands. This access the system data for any purpose allows you to keep your hands on the other than as described absent consent, a wheel and focus on what is in front of you.
  • Page 297: System Interaction And Feedback

    SYNC (If Equipped) System Interaction and Feedback The default setting is to a higher level of interaction in order to help you learn to use The system provides feedback through the system. You can change these settings audible tones, prompts, questions and at any time.
  • Page 298: Using Sync With Your Phone

    SYNC (If Equipped) When you say: The system: "Media candidate lists off" Makes a best guess from the media candidate list. The system may occasion- ally ask you questions. "Media candidate lists on" Clarifies your voice command for media candidates. "Phone candidate lists off"...
  • Page 299 SYNC (If Equipped) Pairing a Phone for the First Time Press the phone button, and then scroll to System Settings. Press OK. Note: SYNC can support downloading up 2. Scroll to Bluetooth Devices. Press OK. to approximately 1000 entries per Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone.
  • Page 300 SYNC (If Equipped) "PHONE" "DIAL" "Call history outgoing" "411 (four-one-one)", "911" (nine-one- one) "Connections" "700" (seven hundred) "Dial" "800" (eight hundred) "Go to privacy" "900" (nine hundred) "Hold" "Pound" (#) "Join" "Number <0-9>" "Menu" "Asterisk" (*) "Phone book <name>" "Clear" (deletes all entered digits) "Delete"...
  • Page 301 SYNC (If Equipped) Receiving Calls "MENU" When receiving a call, you can: "Signal" • Answer the call by pressing the phone "Text message inbox" button. • Reject the call by pressing and holding Words in ( ) are optional and do not have the phone button.
  • Page 302 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: 2. Access the desired contact through SYNC or use voice commands to place the second call. Once actively in the second call, press MENU. 3. Scroll to Join Calls, and press OK. Press OK again when Join Calls? appears.
  • Page 303 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: Note: The system attempts to automatically re-download your phonebook and call history each time your phone connects to SYNC (if the auto download feature is on and your Bluetooth-enabled cellular phone supports this feature).
  • Page 304 SYNC (If Equipped) Text Messaging Sending, Downloading and Deleting Your Text Messages Note: This is a phone-dependent feature. Note: Forwarding a text message is a SYNC allows you to receive, send, speed-dependent feature and is only download and delete text messages. The available when your vehicle is traveling at 3 system can also read incoming text mph (5 km/h) or less.
  • Page 305: Accessing Your Phone Settings

    Can't wait to see you each text message with the following I'm stuck in traffic signature: "This message was sent from my <Ford or Lincoln>". Accessing Your Phone Settings Pre-defined text message options These are phone-dependent features. Your phone settings allow you to access and...
  • Page 306 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: If your phone supports in-band ringing, your phone's ring tone plays when you choose Phone Ringer. Message Notification Have the option of hearing an audible tone to notify you when a text message arrives. 1.
  • Page 307 SYNC (If Equipped) Press the phone button to enter the 3. Scroll to Bluetooth Devices. Press OK. phone menu 4. Scroll to select from the following 2. Scroll to System Settings. Press OK. options: If you select: You can: See Using SYNC With Your Phone (page 295).
  • Page 308 SYNC (If Equipped) Advanced Press the phone button to enter the phone menu The Advanced menu allows you to access 2. Scroll to System Settings. Press OK. and set prompts, languages, defaults, perform a master reset, install an 3. Scroll to Advanced. Press OK. application and view system information.
  • Page 309: Sync Applications And Services

    SYNC (If Equipped) If you select: You can: Press OK to select. MAP Profile This is a Bluetooth component, which can further help your phone with the exchange of text messages. Return Exit the current menu. WARNINGS SYNC APPLICATIONS AND Do not wait for 911 Assist to make an SERVICES emergency call if you can do it...
  • Page 310 SYNC (If Equipped) If a crash deploys an airbag (excluding • You must pair and connect a knee airbags and rear inflatable safety Bluetooth-enabled and compatible belts [if equipped]) or activates the fuel cell phone to SYNC. pump shut-off, your SYNC-equipped •...
  • Page 311: Vehicle Health Report

    SYNC (If Equipped) 911 Assist May Not Work If Note: Your Vehicle Health Report feature requires activation before use. Visit • Your cellular phone or 911 Assist to register. There hardware sustains damage in a crash. is no fee or subscription associated with •...
  • Page 312 Return: Press OK to exit the menu. Run Report? Press OK for SYNC to run a health report of your vehicle's diagnostic systems and send the results to Ford where it combines with scheduled maintenance information, open recalls and other field service actions and vehicle inspec- tion items that still need servicing from an authorized dealer.
  • Page 313 SYNC Services Terms and Conditions at If you do not want Note: This feature does not function Ford or its service providers to collect your properly if you have enabled caller ID vehicle travel information or other blocking on your cellular phone. Make sure...
  • Page 314 SYNC (If Equipped) Connecting to SYNC Services Using assist you by searching for businesses the Phone Menu by name or by category, residential addresses by street address or by Press the phone button to enter the name or specific street intersections. phone menu.
  • Page 315: Sync Applink

    SYNC (If Equipped) SYNC Services quick tips Personalizing You can personalize your Services feature to provide quicker access to your most used or favorite information. You can save address points such as work or home. You can also save favorite information like sports teams or a news category.
  • Page 316: Using Sync With Your Media Player

    SYNC (If Equipped) To Access Using the Media Menu USING SYNC WITH YOUR MEDIA PLAYER Press the AUX button on the center console. You can access and play music from your 2. Press MENU to access the SYNC digital music player over your vehicle's menu.
  • Page 317: What's Playing

    SYNC (If Equipped) Press OK and scroll through selections of: "USB" • Play All "Play playlist <name>" • Albums • Genres "Play previous folder" • Playlists "Play previous track" • Tracks • Explore USB "Play song <name>" • Similar Music "Play track <name>"...
  • Page 318 SYNC (If Equipped) <name> is a dynamic listing, meaning that "USB" it could be the name of anything, such as "Similar music" a group, artist or song. This voice command is not available until "What's playing?" indexing is complete. This voice command is only available in folder mode.
  • Page 319: Media Menu Features

    SYNC (If Equipped) Media Menu Features and also to add, connect or delete devices. Press AUX and then MENU to enter The media menu allows you to select your the media menu. media source, how to play your music (such as by artist, genre, shuffle or repeat), 2.
  • Page 320: Accessing Your Play Menu

    SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: System Settings Access Bluetooth Device menu listings (Add, Connect, Set as Primary, On and Off, Delete) as well as Advanced menu listings (prompts, languages, defaults, master reset, install application and system information). Exit Media Menu Press OK to exit the media menu.
  • Page 321 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: 1. Press OK to select. You can select to play All Artists or any indexed artist. 2. Scroll to choose the desired artist. Press OK. Albums Sort all indexed media by albums. If there are fewer than 255 indexed albums, the system lists them alphabetically in flat file mode.
  • Page 322 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: Press OK to select. The system creates a new list of similar songs and begins playing. This feature does not include tracks with incomplete metadata information. Return Exit the current menu. With certain playing devices, if your metadata tags are not populated, the tracks are not available in voice recognition, play menu or similar music.
  • Page 323 SYNC (If Equipped) When you select: You can: Press OK to select. Return Exit the current menu. This is a speed-dependent feature. Setting Bluetooth to off disconnects all Bluetooth devices and turns off all Bluetooth features. Press AUX and then MENU to enter Advanced Menu Options the media menu.
  • Page 324: Sync Troubleshooting

    SYNC (If Equipped) Use the website at any time to check your SYNC TROUBLESHOOTING phone's compatibility, register your account and set preferences as well as Your SYNC system is easy to use. However, access a customer representative via an should questions arise, see the tables online chat (during certain hours).
  • Page 325 SYNC (If Equipped) Phone issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) Depending upon your phone, you may have to grant SYNC permission to access your phonebook contacts. Make sure to confirm when prompted by your phone during the phonebook download. I am having trouble This is a phone-dependent Go to the website to review connecting my phone to...
  • Page 326 SYNC (If Equipped) USB and media issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I am having trouble This may be a possible Try turning off the device, connecting my device. device malfunction. resetting the device, removing the device's battery, then trying again. Make sure you are using the manufacturer's cable.
  • Page 327 SYNC (If Equipped) Vehicle Health Report and Services (Traffic, Directions and Information) issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I received a text that I did You did not activate your This is a free feature, but you not activate Vehicle Health account on the website.
  • Page 328 SYNC (If Equipped) Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) SYNC does not understand You may be using the wrong Review the phone voice what I am saying. voice commands. commands and the media You may be speaking too voice commands at the soon or at the wrong time.
  • Page 329 SYNC (If Equipped) Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) The system may not be Make sure you are saying the reading the name the same contacts exactly as they are way you are saying it. listed. For example, if you Contacts in your phonebook save a contact as Joe may be very short and...
  • Page 330 AppLink. Also, some may have a "Ford SYNC" setting, so check the app's settings menu on the phone. My phone is connected, my Sometime apps do not...
  • Page 331 SYNC (If Equipped) AppLink issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) On an iPhone with iOS7+, to force close an app, double tab the home button then swipe up on the app to close it. Tab the home button again, then select the app again to restart it.
  • Page 332 SYNC phone listed in SYNC's bluetooth ports apps can to find. If the app has a "Ford Mobile Apps Menu. use to connect. If you have SYNC" setting, disable that more AppLink apps on your...
  • Page 333: Myford Touch

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) GENERAL INFORMATION WARNING Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle.
  • Page 334: Myford Touch

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) This system uses a four-corner strategy to • Edit Route provide quick access to several vehicle • Cancel Route features and settings. The touchscreen CLIMATE provides easy interaction with your cellular phone, multimedia, climate control and Press to select any of the following: navigation system.
  • Page 335 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Using Your Steering Wheel • Calendar Controls • Apps ENTERTAINMENT Depending on your vehicle and option package, you can use your steering wheel Press to select any of the following: controls to interact with the touchscreen •...
  • Page 336 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Monday-Saturday, 8:30am-9:00pm EST. • Do not leave playing devices in your vehicle during extreme conditions as it Sunday, 10:30am-7:30pm EST. could cause them damage. See your In the United States, call: 1-800-392-3673. device's user guide for further information.
  • Page 337 SYNC module. Ford Motor of calls when your cell phone was not Company and Ford of Canada do not connected to the system. In addition, if you access the system data for any purpose...
  • Page 338 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Using Voice Recognition What Can I Say? To access the available voice commands This system helps you control many for the current session, do one of the features using voice commands. This following: allows you to keep your hands on the wheel and focus on what is in front of you.
  • Page 339 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) • Interaction Mode: Novice mode provides detailed interaction and Available voice commands guidance while the advanced mode "Audio list of commands" has less audible interaction and more tone prompts. "Bluetooth audio list of commands" • Confirmation Prompts: The system uses these short questions to confirm "Browse list of commands"...
  • Page 340: Settings

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Using Voice Commands with the Voice settings using voice commands Touchscreen Options "Interaction mode novice" Your voice system has a dual mode feature which allows you to switch between using "Media candidate lists off" voice commands and making on-screen selections.
  • Page 341 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Under this menu, you can set • Brightness allows you to make the your clock, access and adjust the screen display brighter or dimmer. E142607 display, sound and vehicle • Auto DIM, when set to On, lets you use settings as well as access settings for the Auto Dim Manual Offset feature.
  • Page 342 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Only the photograph(s), which meets the When done making your selections, press following conditions, display: Run Vehicle Health Report Now if you want your report. • Compatible file formats are as follows: .jpg, .gif, .png, .bmp You can find more information on Vehicle Health Report in this chapter.
  • Page 343 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Settings System Press the Settings icon > Access and adjust system settings, voice Settings > System, then select features, as well as phone, navigation and E142607 from the following: wireless settings. System Language Select to have the touchscreen display in English, Spanish or French.
  • Page 344 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Voice control Interaction Mode Standard interaction mode provides more detailed inter- action and guidance. Advanced mode has less audible interaction and more tone prompts. Confirmation Prompts Have the system ask you short questions if it has not clearly heard or understood your request.
  • Page 345 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Media player Gracenote Database Info This allows you to view the version level of the Gracenote Database. Gracenote Management With this feature on, the Gracenote Database supplies metadata information for your music files. This overrides information from your device. This feature defaults to off. Cover Art Priority With this feature on, the Gracenote Database supplies cover art for your music files.
  • Page 346 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Navigation Have the system automatically fill in State/Province information. Traffic Preferences Have the system display areas where roadwork occurs. Have the system display incident icons. Have the system display areas where difficult driving conditions may occur. Have the system display areas where snow and ice on the road may occur.
  • Page 347 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Phone Bluetooth Devices Connect, disconnect, add or delete a device, as well as save it as a favorite. Bluetooth Turn Bluetooth on and off. Do Not Disturb Have all calls go directly to your voice mail and not ring inside your vehicle.
  • Page 348 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Wi-Fi Wi-Fi Settings Wi-Fi Network (Client) Mode turns the Wi-Fi feature on and off in your vehicle. Make sure you turn it on for connectivity purposes. Choose a Wireless Network allows you to use a previ- ously stored wireless network.
  • Page 349 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. Help Press the Settings icon > Help, then select from the following: E142607 E142626 Help Where Am I? View your vehicle's current location if your vehicle is equipped with navigation.
  • Page 350: Entertainment

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) To access Help using the voice commands, say "Help". The system provides allowable press the voice button, then, after the tone, voice commands for the current mode. ENTERTAINMENT E161892 AM 1 and AM AST FM 1, FM 2 and FM AST SIRIUS Touch this button to scroll down for more options, such as SD Card, BT Stereo and A/V In...
  • Page 351 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Press the voice icon on the Your voice system allows you to change steering wheel. When prompted, audio sources with a simple voice E142599 you can say: command. For example, if you are listening to music on a USB device, then want to switch to a satellite radio channel, simply "BROWSE"...
  • Page 352: Am/Fm Radio

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Options Sample commands Sound Settings "Sirius <0-223>" Touch this button to adjust settings for: "Sports games" • Bass • Midrange This command is only usable if you have • Treble an active subscription to SIRIUS satellite radio.
  • Page 353 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Direct Tune The multicast indicator appears in FM mode (only) if the current station is Touch this button to manually enter the broadcasting multiple digital broadcasts. desired station number. Touch Enter when The highlighted numbers signify available you are done.
  • Page 354 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) When HD Radio broadcasts are active, you • Memory presets allow you to save an can access the following functions: active channel as a memory preset. Touch and hold a memory preset slot • Scan allows you to hear a brief until the sound returns.
  • Page 355 HD Radio logos are proprietary trademarks E142599 steering wheel controls. When of iBiquity Digital Corp. Ford Motor prompted, say any of the following Company and iBiquity Digital Corp. are not commands. responsible for the content sent using HD Radio technology.
  • Page 356 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) "RADIO" "RADIO" "Tune" "<87.9-107.9>" "Help" "<87.9-107.9> HD" If available. "<530-1710>" If you have said "Browse", see the "AM" "Browse" chart later in this section. "AM <530-1710>" If you have said "Tune", see the following "Tune" chart. "AM autoset"...
  • Page 357 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Scan "TUNE" Touch this button to hear a brief sampling "HD <#>" of channels. "Preset <#>" Options "Help" Touch this button to view and adjust various media settings. If available. Sound Settings SIRIUS® Satellite Radio (If Touch this button to adjust settings for: Activated) •...
  • Page 358 E142593 Note: SIRIUS does not support the Alert SIRIUS satellite radio is a feature on all channels. Ford Motor subscription-based satellite radio service Company shall not be responsible for Alert that broadcasts a variety of music, sports, feature variation.
  • Page 359 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) SIRIUS Satellite Radio Reception Factors and Troubleshooting Potential reception issues Antenna obstructions For optimal reception performance, keep the antenna clear of snow and ice build-up and keep luggage and other materials as far away from the antenna as possible. Terrain Hills, mountains, tall buildings, bridges, tunnels, freeway overpasses, parking garages, dense tree foliage and...
  • Page 360 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Troubleshooting tips Radio display Cause Action Updating. Update of channel No action required. The programming in progress. process may take up to three minutes. Call SIRIUS Your satellite service is no Contact SIRIUS at 1-888- 1-888-539-7474. longer available.
  • Page 361 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Shuffle "SPORTS GAME" Touch this button to play the tracks or entire albums in random order, or turn the "Tune to the <college name> game" feature off if already on. "Tune to the <team city> game" Scan "Tune to the <team city>...
  • Page 362: Sd Card Slot And Usb Port

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) "CD" "Pause" "Play" "Play next track" "Play previous track" "Play track <1-512>" E142619 "Repeat" The SD card slot is located either in the center console or behind a small access "Repeat folder" door in the instrument panel. To access and play music from your device, press the "Repeat off"...
  • Page 363 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) This feature allows you to plug in media Sound Settings allows you to adjust playing devices, memory sticks, flash drives settings for: or thumb drives, and charge devices if they • Bass support this feature. • Midrange In order to playback video from your iPod •...
  • Page 364 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Playing Video from Your Device "USB" or "SD CARD" To access and play video from your device, "Play podcast <name>" your vehicle's transmission must be in position P with the ignition in accessory "Play podcast episode <name>" mode.
  • Page 365 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) "BROWSE" "BROWSE" "TV show <name>" "Album <name>" "Video <name>" "All albums" "All artists" "Video playlist <name>" "All audiobooks" "Video podcast <name>" "All authors" "Help" "All composers" This command is only available in USB "All folders" mode and is device-dependent. "All genres"...
  • Page 366: A/V Inputs

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) To access, press the lower left corner on the touchscreen, then E142611 select the BT Stereo tab. Bluetooth Audio Voice Commands If you are listening to a Bluetooth audio device, press the voice E142599 button on the steering wheel control.
  • Page 367: Phone

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) 3. Press the lower left corner on the Troubleshooting touchscreen. Select either a tuned FM • Do not connect the audio input jack to station or a CD (if there is a CD already a line level output. The jack only works loaded into the system).
  • Page 368 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Phone Quick Dial Phonebook History Messaging Settings Pairing Your Phone for the First Hands-free calling is one of the main Time features of SYNC. Once you pair your phone, you can access many options using WARNING the touchscreen or voice commands.
  • Page 369: Pairing Subsequent Phones

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Note: Select SYNC, and a six-digit PIN SYNC may prompt you with more phone appears on your device. options. For more information on your phone's capability, see your phone's 3. If prompted to enter a PIN on your manual and visit the website.
  • Page 370 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Text Messaging • Join two calls. • End the call. Note: Downloading and sending text messages using Bluetooth are Quick Dial phone-dependent features. Set up favorite contacts from your Note: Certain features in text messaging phonebook or history folder. are speed-dependent and not available when your vehicle is traveling at speeds over Phonebook...
  • Page 371: Phone Settings

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) • Send, which sends the message as it When a new message arrives, an audible tone sounds and the screen displays a pop-up with the caller name and ID, if • Edit Text, which allows you to supported by your phone.
  • Page 372 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Text Message Notification "PHONE" Select a text message notification, if "Call <name> on other" supported by your phone. Choose from possible system alert tones, "Call voicemail" text-to-speech or silent. "Dial" Internet Data Connection "Do not disturb off" If your phone is compatible, use this screen "Do not disturb on"...
  • Page 373: Information

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) "PHONE" "MESSAGES" "Unmute call" "Call" "Help" "Forward text messages" This command is only available during an "Listen to text message <#>" active call. "Listen to text messages" If you say "Messages", see the following "Messages" chart for additional "Reply to text messages"...
  • Page 374 SYNC Services Terms and Conditions at any future obligation. If you do not want Ford or its service providers to collect your Note: SYNC Services requires activation vehicle travel information or other before use. Visit to...
  • Page 375 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Press the voice button. assistance in finding a location you can say "Operator" at any time within a 2. When prompted, say "Services". This Directions or Business search to speak initiates an outgoing call to SYNC with a live operator.
  • Page 376 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Disconnecting from SYNC Services button on the steering wheel. 2. Say "Good-bye" from the SYNC Press and hold the hang-up phone Services main menu. SYNC Services quick tips Personalizing You can personalize your Services feature to provide quicker access to your most used or favorite information.
  • Page 377 Sports Info by Sirius Travel Link. Touch this button to view scores and Note: Neither Sirius nor Ford is responsible schedules from a variety of sports. You can for any errors or inaccuracies in the Sirius also save up to 10 favorite teams for easier Travel Link services or its use in vehicles.
  • Page 378 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) "SIRIUS TRAVEL LINK" Additional sports-related voice commands "Weather" "College football headlines" "Weather map" "College football schedule" "Help" "College football scores" If you say "Sports headlines", "Sports "Golf headlines" schedules" or "Sports scores", you can then say any of the commands in the "Golf leaderboard"...
  • Page 379 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) 911 Assist (If Equipped) Additional sports-related voice commands WARNINGS "WNBA schedule" Unless the 911 Assist setting is set on before a crash, the system will not "WNBA scores" dial for help, which could delay response time, potentially increasing the "Help"...
  • Page 380 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) If a crash deploys an airbag, excluding knee • You must pair and connect a airbags and rear inflatable safety belts Bluetooth-enabled and compatible where fitted or activates the fuel pump phone to SYNC. shut-off, your SYNC-equipped vehicle may •...
  • Page 381 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) 911 Assist May Not Work If: Note: Your Vehicle Health Report feature requires activation prior to use. Visit • Your cellular phone or 911 Assist to register. There hardware sustains damage in a crash. is no fee or subscription associated with •...
  • Page 382: Climate

    Statement) for more information. Vehicle Health Report Privacy Notice When you create a Vehicle Health Report, CLIMATE Ford Motor Company may collect your cellular phone number (to process your Press the lower right corner on report request) and diagnostic information the touchscreen to access your about your vehicle.
  • Page 383 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Recirculated air: Touch to turn the recirculated air on or off which may reduce the amount of time needed to cool down the interior and help reduce odors from reaching the interior. Recirculated air also engages automatically when MAX A/C or MAX defrost is selected and may be engaged manually in any airflow mode except defrost.
  • Page 384 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Voice commands Voice Commands Climate set temperature <15.5-29.5> Rear defrost off degrees Rear defrost on Climate set temperature <60-85> Recirc off degrees Recirc on Help Temperature There are additional climate control Set temperature <15.5-29.5> degrees commands. To access them say: Set temperature <60-85>...
  • Page 385: Navigation

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) NAVIGATION Destination Note: The navigation SD card must be in the SD card slot to operate the navigation Edit Route system. If you need a replacement SD card, see an authorized dealer. Cancel Route Note: The SD card slot is spring-loaded. To remove the SD card, just push the card in Enter the necessary information into and release it.
  • Page 386: Point Of Interest (Poi) Categories

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Note: If your vehicle is on a recognized road Subcategories and you do not press the Start Route button, the system defaults to the Fastest Personal Care Services Route option and begins guidance. Auto Dealership During route guidance, you can press the talking bubble icon that appears in the Govt Office upper right navigation corner (green bar)
  • Page 387: Setting Your Navigation Preferences

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Press More Information for a longer • Pool. review, a list of services and facilities, the • Wi-fi. average room or meal price as well as the For restaurants, cityseekr can provide website. This screen displays the point of information such as star rating, average interest icon such as: cost, review, handicap access, hours of...
  • Page 388: Map Mode

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Route Preferences Traffic Preferences Preferred Route Avoid Traffic Problems Choose to have the system display the Choose how you want the system to Shortest, Fastest or most Ecological route handle traffic problems along your route. first. If you set Always Use Preferred •...
  • Page 389 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) 2D city maps show detailed outlines of 3D map mode provides an buildings, visible land use and land elevated perspective of the map. elements and detailed railway This viewing angle can be adjusted E142644 infrastructure for the most essential cities and the map can be rotated 180 around the globe.
  • Page 390: Quick-Touch Buttons

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) The ETA box under the zoom buttons Starting point indicates the appears when a route is active and starting point of a planned route. displays the distance and time to your E142651 destination. If the button is pressed, a pop Waypoint indicates the location up appears with the destination listed (and of a waypoint on the map.
  • Page 391: Navigation Voice Commands

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Navigation Voice Commands POI Icons Touch this button to select icons to display When in navigation mode, press on the map. You can select up to three the voice button on the steering icons to display on the map at the same E142599 wheel controls.
  • Page 392 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Navigation system voice commands "DESTINATION" "Show heading up" "POI category" "Show map" "Previous destination" "Show north up" "Street address" "Help" "Show route" "Show turn list" "NAVIGATION" "Voice guidance off" "Destination" "Voice guidance on" "Zoom city" "Where am I?" "Zoom country"...
  • Page 393: Myford Touch Troubleshooting

    MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Use the website at any time to check your MYFORD TOUCH phone's compatibility, register your TROUBLESHOOTING account and set preferences as well as access a customer representative via an Your SYNC system is easy to use. However, online chat (during certain hours).
  • Page 394 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Phone issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) Depending upon your phone, you may have to grant SYNC permission to access your phonebook contacts. Make sure to confirm when prompted by your phone during the phonebook download. I am having trouble This is a phone-dependent Go to the website to review...
  • Page 395 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) USB and media issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I am having trouble This may be a possible Try turning off the device, connecting my device. device malfunction. resetting the device, removing the device's battery, then trying again. Make sure you are using the manufacturer's cable.
  • Page 396 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Vehicle Health Report and Services (Traffic, Directions and Information) issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) I received a text that I did You did not activate your This is a free feature, but you not activate Vehicle Health account on the website.
  • Page 397 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) SYNC does not understand You may be using the wrong Review the phone voice what I am saying. voice commands. commands and the media You may be speaking too voice commands at the soon or at the wrong time.
  • Page 398 MyFord Touch (If Equipped) Voice command issues Issue Possible cause(s) Possible solution(s) The system may not be Make sure you are saying the reading the name the same contacts exactly as they are way you are saying it. listed. For example, if you Contacts in your phonebook save a contact as Joe may be very short and...
  • Page 399: Accessories

    Contact an and a copy of the warranty. authorized Ford dealer for the manufacturer’s limited warranty details, Exterior Style and request a copy of the Ford Licensed Accessories product limited warranty from • Hood deflector* . the accessory manufacturer.
  • Page 400 • If you or an authorized Ford dealer add any non-Ford electrical or electronic accessories or components to your vehicle, you may adversely affect battery performance and durability. In...
  • Page 401: Appendices

    The • You have acquired a device ("DEVICE") additional software and services of that includes software licensed by Ford third party origin, as well as associated Motor Company and its affiliates media, printed materials, and "online"...
  • Page 402 Certificate(s) of Authenticity), and the the process. Neither FORD MOTOR recipient agrees to the terms of this COMPANY nor its suppliers shall be EULA. If the SOFTWARE is an upgrade,...
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  • Page 406 Appendices Use of Speech Recognition Functions: WARNING Speech recognition software is inherently Operating certain parts of this a statistical process which is subject to system while driving can distract errors. It is your responsibility to monitor your attention away from the road, any speech recognition functions included and possibly cause an accident or other in the system and address any errors.
  • Page 407 Appendices Potential Map Inaccuracy: Maps used Telenav may revise this Agreement and by this system may be inaccurate because the privacy policy at any time, with or of changes in roads, traffic controls or without notice to you. You agree to visit driving conditions.
  • Page 408 Appendices 2. Account Information or proprietary rights, rights of publicity or privacy or other rights of any party, (ii) You agree: (a) when registering the violates any law, statute, ordinance or Telenav Software, to provide Telenav with regulation, including but not limited to laws true, accurate, current, and complete and regulations related to spamming, information about yourself, and (b) to...
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  • Page 419 Appendices The software from Gracenote (the become liable for any payment to you for "Gracenote Software") enables this device any information that you provide, including to do disc and music file identification and any copyrighted material or music file obtain music-related information, including information.
  • Page 420 Appendices WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, This device complies with Part 15 of the INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, FCC Rules and with RSS-210 of Industry IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF Canada. Operation is subject to the MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A following two conditions: (1) This device PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND may not cause harmful interference, and NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  • Page 421: Extended Service Plan (Esp)

    3. BaseCARE - Covers 84 components. Transferable Coverage 4. PowertrainCARE - Covers 29 critical If you sell your vehicle before your Ford components. Extended Service Plan coverage expires, Ford Extended Service Plan is honored by you can transfer any remaining coverage all authorized Ford dealers in the U.S.
  • Page 422: Service Plans (Canada Only)

    Premium Maintenance Plan that covers all Service Plan. Ford Extended Service Plan scheduled maintenance, and selected is the only service contract backed by Ford wear items. The coverage is prepaid, so Motor Company of Canada, Limited. you never have to worry about affording Depending on the plan you purchase, Ford your vehicle’s maintenance.
  • Page 423: Scheduled Maintenance

    If you do not use Ford authorized parts they you sell or trade it. Keep all receipts for may not meet our specifications and completed maintenance with your vehicle.
  • Page 424: Scheduled Maintenance

    When the oil change message appears in Additives and Chemicals the information display, it is time for an oil This owner's manual and the Ford change. Make sure you perform the oil Workshop Manual list the recommended change within two weeks or 500 miles additives and chemicals for your vehicle.
  • Page 425 Scheduled Maintenance Check every month Engine oil level. Function of all interior and exterior lights. Tires (including spare) for wear and proper pressure. Windshield washer fluid level. Check every six months Battery connections. Clean if necessary. Body and door drain holes for obstructions. Clean if necessary. Cooling system fluid level and coolant strength.
  • Page 426: Normal Scheduled Maintenance

    Scheduled Maintenance Multi-Point inspection Accessory drive belt(s) Hazard warning system operation Battery performance Horn operation Engine air filter Radiator, cooler, heater and air conditioning hoses Exhaust system Suspension components for leaks or damage Exterior lamps operation Steering and linkage Tires (including spare) for wear and proper Fluid levels ;...
  • Page 427 Scheduled Maintenance When to expect the OIL CHANGE REQUIRED message Interval Vehicle use and example Normal Normal commuting with highway driving 7500-10000 miles No, or moderate, load or towing (12000-16000 km) Flat to moderately hilly roads No extended idling Severe Moderate to heavy load or towing 5000-7499 miles Mountainous or off-road conditions...
  • Page 428 Scheduled Maintenance At every oil change interval as indicated by the information display Inspect the tires, tire wear and measure the tread depth. Inspect the wheels and related components for abnormal noise, wear, looseness or drag. Do not exceed one year or 10000 miles (16000 kilometers) between service intervals. Reset the Intelligent Oil-Life Monitor after engine oil and filter changes.
  • Page 429: Maintenance

    Scheduled Maintenance Perform the services shown in the SPECIAL OPERATING following tables when specified or within CONDITIONS SCHEDULED 3000 miles (4800 kilometers) of the OIL MAINTENANCE CHANGE REQUIRED message appearing in the information display. If you operate your vehicle primarily in any •...
  • Page 430 (PTO) units with synthetic fluid and light-duty trucks There are several exceptions to the Normal equipped with Ford-design axles are Schedule: lubricated for life; do not check or change fluid unless a leak is suspected, service is required or the assembly has been submerged in water.
  • Page 431 75W140 synthetic gear fluid meeting useful life. Ford Motor Company, however, Ford specification WSL-M2C192-A, part urges you to have all recommended number F1TZ-19580-B, or equivalent. Add...
  • Page 432: Scheduled Maintenance Record

    Scheduled Maintenance SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE RECORD Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 433 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 434 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 435 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 436 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 437 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 438 Scheduled Maintenance Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Dealer stamp Repair Order #: Distance: Engine hours (optional): Multi-point inspection (recommended): Signature: E146852 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 439 Escape (TM2), enUSA, First Printing...
  • Page 440 Index Audible Warnings and Indicators.....88 Automatic Transmission Warning Chime..............89 Engine On Warning Chime.......88 See: Four-Wheel Drive........142 Headlamps On Warning Chime.....89 Key in Ignition Warning Chime......88 Keyless Warning Alert ........88 Parking Brake On Warning Chime....89 Audio Control..........69 See: Climate Control.........103 Audio Input Jack..........289 About This Manual...........7 Audio System..........272 General Information..........272...
  • Page 441 Index Changing the Wiper Blades......221 Front Wiper Blades..........221 Rear Wiper Blade..........222 Blind Spot Information System....162 Checking MyKey System Status....55 Blind Spot Information System (BLIS Checking the Wiper Blades.......221 with Cross Traffic Alert........162 Child Restraint and Safety Belt Bonnet Lock Maintenance..........37 See: Opening and Closing the Hood...210 Child Safety............19 Booster Seats..........26...
  • Page 442 Index Daytime Running Lamps......76 Engine Oil Dipstick - 2.0L EcoBoost 2.5L..............215 Type 1 - Conventional Engine Specifications........264 (Non-Configurable)........76 Type 2 - Configurable..........76 Drivebelt Routing..........264 Digital Radio..........284 Entertainment..........347 HD Radio Reception and Station A/V Inputs............363 Troubleshooting..........285 AM/FM Radio............349 Direction Indicators........77 Bluetooth Audio..........362 Driver and Passenger Airbags....40 Browsing Device Content........347 Children and Airbags..........40...
  • Page 443 Index Fog Lamps - Front Global Opening..........80 See: Front Fog Lamps.........77 Opening the Windows........80 Ford Credit............11 (U.S. Only)..............11 Four-Wheel Drive..........142 Handbrake Principle of Operation........142 Front Fog Lamps..........77 See: Parking Brake..........148 Front Passenger Sensing System.....41 Hazard Warning Flashers......190 Fuel and Refueling........131 Headlamp Exit Delay........76...
  • Page 444 Index Information............370 911 Assist...............376 Alerts...............376 Jump Starting the Vehicle......191 Calendar..............376 Connecting the Jumper Cables......191 Sirius Travel Link..........373 Jump Starting............192 SYNC Services (If Equipped, United States Preparing Your Vehicle........191 Only)..............371 Removing the Jumper Cables......192 Vehicle Health Report (If Equipped, United States Only)............378 Information Messages.........93 Airbag...............94 Keyless Entry............65...
  • Page 445 Index Luggage Covers..........168 Lug Nuts See: Changing a Road Wheel.......258 Navigation............382 cityseekr..............383 Map Mode............385 Navigation Map Updates.......388 Maintenance..........210 Navigation Voice Commands.......388 General Information..........210 Point of Interest (POI) Categories....383 Manual Climate Control......103 Quick-touch Buttons........387 Manual Liftgate..........62 Setting a Destination........382 Closing the Liftgate..........62 Setting Your Navigation Preferences..384 Opening the Liftgate...........62 Normal Scheduled Maintenance..423...
  • Page 446 Index Phone...............364 Remote Control..........49 Making Calls............366 Car Finder..............50 Pairing Subsequent Phones......366 Integrated Keyhead Transmitters ....49 Pairing Your Phone for the First Intelligent Access Key........49 Time..............365 Remote Start ............51 Phone Menu Options........366 Replacing the Battery.........49 Phone Settings...........368 Sounding a Panic Alarm........51 Remote Start..........109 Phone Voice Commands.......369 Receiving Calls...........366...
  • Page 447 Index Safety Belts............31 Starting a Gasoline Engine.......126 Principle of Operation..........31 Automatic Engine Shutdown......127 Safety Belt Warning Lamp and Indicator Failure to Start............127 Chime...............35 Guarding Against Exhaust Fumes....129 Conditions of operation........35 Important Ventilating Information....129 Safety Canopy ..........44 Stopping the Engine When Your Vehicle is Safety Precautions........131 Moving...............128 Satellite Radio..........286...
  • Page 448: Under Hood Overview - 2.0L Ecoboost Under Hood Overview - 2.5L

    Index Tire Care............240 Glossary of Tire Terminology......241 Information About Uniform Tire Quality Under Hood Overview - 1.6L Grading.............240 EcoBoost ..........212 Information Contained on the Tire Under Hood Overview - 2.0L Sidewall............242 EcoBoost ..........213 Temperature A B C..........241 Under Hood Overview - 2.5L....214 Traction AA A B C..........240 Universal Garage Door Opener....118 Treadwear............240...
  • Page 449 Index Using Traction Control........149 Switching the System Off Using a Switch..............149 Warning Lamps and Indicators....86 Switching the System Off Using the Airbag - Front............86 Information Display Controls....149 Anti-Lock Braking System........86 System Indicator Lights and Battery..............86 Messages............149 Blind Spot Monitor..........86 Using Voice Recognition......293 Brake System............86 Initiating a Voice Session........293 Cruise Control............87...