: Anyone got a picture of their "tire jack storage compartment" Layout?



YoshiMan
01-28-13, 02:46 AM
Hello all, kind of a goofy question here, but just trying to sort crap out that the prior owner screwed .

Could somebody post a picture of the compartment in the rear driver side of the truck that houses the spare tire tools, jack, and the wheel chocks? In particular on an ESV model (not sure if its different from the regular Escalades or not)

Whoever owned the rig before me apparently had a flat at some point and just hucked EVERYTHING into a big pile inside the compartment. There are some brackets that it looks like certain things either snap or hook onto somehow, but I may be missing some of the attaching hardware as I am having a difficult time sorting it out.

Thanks in advance, for as nice a vehicles these are it seems odd that someone wouldn't take the time to actually put everything back where it belongs! To each and his own I guess, I assume from the red koolaid stains under the third row seat, and the time it took me with a toothbrush to clean the spilled WHATEVER it was out rear HVAC buttons that this was probably a grocery getter for someone beforehand...

jnrsesv
01-28-13, 04:24 AM
If no one posts up, I will later on this morning. Can't sleep right now and don't feel like getting the camera.

jnrsesv
01-28-13, 01:21 PM
Sorry man, battery in camera is dead. I will attempt this evening.

YoshiMan
01-28-13, 06:32 PM
sure thing, appreciate it!

jnrsesv
01-28-13, 08:26 PM
Here you go Yoshi:

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-escalade-ext-esv-forum-1999/280534-jack-compartment-components-w-pics.html#post3206859

YoshiMan
01-29-13, 12:54 AM
That is EXACTLY what i needed, thank you!

the cadillac man
01-29-13, 02:00 AM
Here you go Yoshi:

http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/cadillac-escalade-ext-esv-forum-1999/280534-jack-compartment-components-w-pics.html#post3206859

I just looked at your thread and now I know what that is that's next to my jack(I have a standred escalade who would have thought they included wheel chocks (I just wish the previous owner had left the gloves in the truck)

YoshiMan
01-29-13, 03:42 AM
Not a bad idea huh? The car was invented in.. what?.. the 1880s? and it took them until the 2000's the think about including wheel chocks. I'm sure someone with a broken parking brake who ran themself over after jacking up a differential controlled tire thought it up!

the cadillac man
01-29-13, 09:12 AM
Not a bad idea huh? The car was invented in.. what?.. the 1880s? and it took them until the 2000's the think about including wheel chocks. I'm sure someone with a broken parking brake who ran themself over after jacking up a differential controlled tire thought it up!

I agree its a great idea plus its less risky