Lincoln Aviator: General Information / All-wheel drive system (if equipped)

WARNING: Do not become overconfident in the ability of four-wheel drive vehicles. Although a four-wheel drive vehicle may accelerate better than a two-wheel drive vehicle in low traction situations, it won't stop any faster than two-wheel drive vehicles. Always drive at a safe speed.

A vehicle equipped with all-wheel drive has the ability to use all four wheels to power itself. This increases traction which may enable you to safely drive over terrain and road conditions that a conventional two-wheel drive vehicle cannot. Power is supplied to all four wheels through a transfer case operation and drive mode selection. You should become thoroughly familiar with this information before you operate your vehicle.

Some limited All Wheel Drive (AWD) traction may be provided if a temporary spare is installed on one of the front wheels. If you are in driving conditions where limited All Wheel Drive (AWD) traction needed while a temporary wheel is installed, it is recommended the temporary spare be installed on the front axle.

For all-wheel-drive vehicles, a spare tire of a different size other than the tire provided should never be used. A dissimilar spare tire size; other than the spare tire provided or major dissimilar tire sized between the front and rear axles could cause the all-wheel-drive system to stop functioning and default to rear-wheel drive.

    Notice to utility vehicle and truck owners

    WARNING: Vehicles with a higher center of gravity (utility and four-wheel drive vehicles) handle differently than vehicles with a lower center of gravity (passenger cars)...

    How your vehicle differs from other vehicles

    Sport utility vehicles and trucks can differ from some other vehicles in a few noticeable ways. Your vehicle could be: Higher - to allow higher load carrying capacity and to allow it to travel over rough terrain without getting hung up or damaging underbody components...

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    Lincoln Aviator 2020-2022 Service Manual: Removal and Installation - Evaporator Temperature Sensor


    Removal NOTE: The evaporator temperature sensor is available only as part of the evaporator. Remove the evaporator. Refer to: Evaporator (412-00 Climate Control System - General Information, Removal and Installation). Installation Transfer the components from the old housing to the new housing as needed...

    Lincoln Aviator 2020-2022 Service Manual: Description and Operation - Lane Keeping System - Overview


    Overview The Lane Keeping System (LKS) has 2 functions, lane keeping aid and lane keeping alert. The Lane Keeping System (LKS) utilizes the camera located in the IPMA to detect and track the road lane markings. The lane keeping alert detects unintentional drifting toward the outside of the lane and alerts the driver through steering wheel vibrations and a visual alert in the IPC message center...

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    Adjusting the Steering Wheel - Vehicles With: Manual Adjustable Steering Column

    WARNING: Do not adjust the steering wheel when your vehicle is moving.

    Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the correct position.

    Unlock the steering column. Adjust the steering wheel to the desired position.

    Lincoln Aviator. Column

    Lock the steering column.

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