Ford Explorer: Roadside Emergencies / Towing Points

Ford Explorer 2020-2024 Owners Manual / Roadside Emergencies / Towing Points

Front Towing Point

  1. Gently press and release the towing eye attachment point cover at the position indicated.
  2. Gently pull it straight out.

Note: The towing eye attachment point cover has a small lanyard to keep it attached to the bumper.

Rear Towing Point

  1. Gently press the top of the towing eye attachment point cover inward.
  2. Gently lift it upward and then pull it straight out.

Note: The towing eye attachment point cover has a small lanyard to keep it attached to the bumper.

Attaching the Towing Eye

WARNING: Make sure that the towing eye is fully tightened. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury.

WARNING: You must switch the ignition on when your vehicle is being towed.

  1. Carefully remove the front or rear towing eye attachment point cover.
  2. Install the towing eye.

Note: It has a left-hand thread. Turn it counterclockwise to install it.

Towing Eye Location

The towing eye is in the spare wheel storage tray.

Note: You must carry the towing eye in your vehicle at all times.

    Transporting the Vehicle

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