We are ready to help you find parts for all Ford Escape models and years. After submitting your part search, you will receive price quotes directly from the sellers (i.e. Ford salvage yards, junk yards, Ford car part stores, etc.). Note all the Ford part price quotes are negotiable to an extent, so do not walk out from a deal before trying to barter with the seller. For example, if you get a price quote on a or for your Ford Escape that is only in a fair condition, you may be able negotiate the price down. In general, your used Ford Escape part will cost you about half the price of a new Ford Escape genuine part.
FYI: Junkyards and auto salvage yard dismantle whole assemblies such as
Tail Gate Hinge, License Lamp, Blower Motor,
Starter Solenoid, Mirror, Door, Miscellaneous,
Transfer Case, Crankshaft, Air Flow Meter,
Pressure Plate, Power Window Motor, Transaxle Housing,
Radio, Cylinder Head, Carrier Case,
Carrier Assembly, Bumper Guard (Front), Cylinder Block,
Door Hinge (Front)
. This kind of parts is a good candidate for a quality used replacement part. Another good candidate for quality used replacement OE part could be an expensive audio system, car speaker, CD Changer, CD Player, Radio, Stereo Set, Computer and other sound equipment, Use your common sense when buying used replacement car and truck parts.
Note: We do not recommend buying used Ford Escape inexpensive mechanical, service parts, or labor-intensive parts as candidates for QRP. Save yourself time, money and frustration - Do not buy used Ford Escape mechanical/repair parts such as
Fulcrum Bolt, License Light Assembly, Fuel Dist Adapter Kit, Headlight Retainer Assy, Antenna Mount Kit, Torque Converter,
Purge Valve Assemby, AT Front Seal, Headlight Lens,
Micro Switch, Chain Case Cover Gasket, Differential,
Oil Pump Chain, Torque Rod, AT Thrust Pin,
Torsion Bar Kit, Release Arm Spring, Adjusting Bar Bushing,
. Note you can buy a new aftermarket mechanical part for a little bit more money but without the likelihood of failure after installation.