On a 2005 Ford Escape, how do I remove the rear cargo panels to access the top of the rear shocks.

Asked by Sep 23, 2013 at 07:33 PM about the 2005 Ford Escape XLS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'd like to know the easiest way to remove the rear cargo panels in a 2005 Ford Escape so I can access the top of the rear shocks for removal.

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and check for body damage , have seen pic's where there was bang marks because the shock towers were rusted away . will not pass an out of province insp in Canada as l found out

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open hatch then work up plastic peice across the back, it will pop up and out. Then work your way up the side and pop these panels out, open back doors and work up side panels there to. Then you can grab the panel that covers the shock and view the damage.

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