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Lincoln Aviator: Manual Park Release / Activating the Manual Park Release Cable

Lincoln Aviator. Activating the Manual Park Release Cable

  1. Apply the parking brake.

    Note: If vehicle battery is dead, for example, no electrical power is available, you could require an external power source to apply the parking brake.

  2. Using the key or a flat head screwdriver 4.7 in (120 mm), carefully open the access cover under the arm rest console.
  3. Turn the vehicle ignition on without starting the vehicle. Press the push to start button without pressing the brake.
  4. Once in the driver seat, fully apply the brake pedal and hold. Do not release.
  5. Insert a screwdriver or your car key into the Manual Park Release lever slot, pull the Manual Park Release lever toward the rear until the detent in the slot pops up against the screwdriver or key. Allow 0.3 in (7 mm) of full upward travel of the detent, which locks in the park override mode, and you can remove the screwdriver or key. If done correctly, a message on the instrument cluster displays Park Not Available, Transmission Not in Park or Shift System Fault.

    Lincoln Aviator. Activating the Manual Park Release Cable

    Note: A screwdriver tool longer than 4.7 in (120 mm) could hit the underside of the armrest console before you achieve full travel of the detent.

  6. With your foot still fully applied on the brake pedal, disengage the parking brake.
  7. Your vehicle remains in neutral (N) for emergency towing purposes.
  8. Switch off the ignition.
  9. Once it is safe to do so, and there is no risk of your vehicle rolling, disconnect the negative, black, battery cable from the battery.

    Manual Park Release

    WARNING: When doing this procedure, you need to take the transmission out of park (P) which means your vehicle can roll freely. To avoid unwanted vehicle movement, always fully apply the parking brake prior to doing this procedure...

    Returning Your Vehicle to Normal Mode

    Once it is safe to do so, reconnect the negative, black, battery cable to the battery. Apply the parking brake.Note: If the vehicle battery is dead, you could require an external power source to apply the parking brake...

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    The intelligent access key must be within 3 ft (1 m) of the door or luggage compartment you intend to lock or unlock.

    At a Door

    Electronic door handles are on each door. Gently depress the switch inside the exterior door handle to unlock and open the door. An unlock symbol illuminates on the door window trim indicating your vehicle is unlocked.

    Lincoln Aviator. Activating Intelligent Access

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