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Front tow point

Does anybody know where the towing point is on the front of my 2000 Espace.

I'm guessing that there's a removable piece or something otherwise the lower spoiler.grill/bumper is going to get damaged.
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If there is no piece to remove from the bumper, it could be behind the fog light area, or it could be a long tow hitch that goes through the air holes in the lower part of the bumper.

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IIRC you unscrew the one screw holding the blanking plate on on the drivers side lower bumper next to the fog light. Theres a hook in there.

NOTE. If you are using a Bar to tow, take the fog light out, again one screw, as the bar WILL smash it otherwise.
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It's the N/S fog-light panel which comes off to screw the towing eye in on a Lag 1...

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