That Switch Under The Table?
There is a switch under the table (mounted close to the battery) that disconnects your battery in case of long storage times (keeps the battery from discharging, and going dry, and ruining itself). Of course, reading all the entries on this forum, you sure get the idea that NO ONE is leaving their Escapes in the driveway for too long!!!!! Isn't it GREAT! As someone recently said, "this having to work is cutting into my Escape-ing time" Or, something to that effect, anyway. I'm feeling that acutely!
Well, when we 1st saw Hokie, we pulled up to rainy Chilliwack, and started transferring our suitcases from the truck to Hokie (so my wife could arrange her nest!). My wife, in her exuberance, pushed one of the bags under the table, and guess what?? She broke off the toggle switch. We hadn't taken Hokie off the lot, but here is repair #1!
So, how to keep grandkid feet, or other other objects from doing that again? Simple solution below. Since the plywood wall that the switch is mounted to is thin, you will need to place a small piece of 3/4" wood to back it up. Pic #1 shows the likely problem, Pic #2 shows the simple solution.
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'11 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab (5' bed) 09 Escape 5.0
Blacksburg, Virginia (Home of the Virginia Tech Hokies)