Thank you for sharing your files. This was definitely something that bothered me. Now I’ll be able to get the cargo cover that I’ve been wanting since I got my Escape.The OBJ file is not printer-specific so it should work with any 3D Printer. I made these so they clip in at the edge of the trim panel at the window so it doesn't matter if you have holes or not. Where the rope/cable attaches, I put some VHB (Very High Bond) tape on the back so those stick on without drilling or anything.
This is how they look installed (ignore the white markings - that was a side effect of the filament i used):
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Yes!!!! I'm constantly accidentally turning the back window wiper on. It's a poor spot to put it if you ask me.Here is a real small nit picky thing I don't like. The position of the rear-window wiper switch. It is probably just me, but I turn that wiper on accidentally all the time when I move my hand to regrip the steering wheel.
Actually, the 2020 only has a lane-keeping system which responds if you start drifting out of your lane. The 2021 incorporates lane-centering into the adaptive cruise control to actively keep you in the center of your lane. The 2021 still has lane-keeping as well for normal driving.What? There is lane centering in 2020 copilot
Actually, my 2020 Titanium has "Adaptive Cruise Control with Lane Centering" - it also has the lane keeping.Actually, the 2020 only has a lane-keeping system which responds if you start drifting out of your lane. The 2021 incorporates lane-centering into the adaptive cruise control to actively keep you in the center of your lane. The 2021 still has lane-keeping as well for normal driving.
2021 Cruise with Adaptive Lane Centering description in brochure:
That's awesome. My 8/2020 build does not. It's not even in the 2020 Escape brochure as a feature on the 2020s. Wish it was on mine.
For future reference, let me introduce you to a less fancy but more accurate document, the Order Guide. It's got the same info as the brochure, without the sales pitch.I was looking at a brochure...
Not having a small cubby for the key is annoying I hate having anything in my pockets let alone keys. I bought these on amazon and it has solved that problem others on here have bought these and have been very happy. They aren't completely flush in the door handle but close enough. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08B5ZSRHD/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1No key cubby under the light control to throw your house keys into. My 2015 Camry and 2017 Honda CR-V had this feature. When I put them in the side door pocket they move around and make noise.
I just wanted to point out the issues around the two points you raised here:*** No browsing music while driving... Let the driver decide.
The clock is constantly hidden by mesages at the top of the 8" display... Especially when using navigation. They should have a permanant clock somewhere.
My Ti has a HUD. When navigating, I don't need to see my turns on the center display, the instrument panel AND the HUD. I do like the turn info on the HUD though. When the HUD is in use there is no need for the turns on the instrument panel.
Actually when using Waze via Android Auto, the directions shows up on my HUD.I just wanted to point out the issues around the two points you raised here:
The no browsing music while driving thing – I'll say plainly "thank the lawyers" because I'm sure someone had an accident while driving around and trying to seek out music while the car was in motion.
Re: the heads up display – the only time in the heads up display will show directions is if you are using the Ford built in navigation system because Ford has not opened up that functionality to third-party software such as Waze, Google or Apple maps.