Lincoln Aviator: Climate Control / Automatic Climate Control

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control

Note: Depending on your vehicle option package, the controls may look different from what you see here.

Note: You can switch temperature units between Fahrenheit and Celsius.

Note: You can control some of the climate features through the touchscreen.

Note: For Hybrid vehicles, the air conditioning compressor may run and airflow may be felt when the climate control is off to provide cooling to the battery.

Accessing the Air Distribution Controls

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button to activate the selection screen.

From the screen you can direct air to the windshield, instrument panel or footwell vents. You can direct air through any combination of these vents.

Accessing the Climate Control Menu

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button to access additional controls for the front climate system.

Accessing Rear Climate Controls

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button to access additional controls for the rear climate system.

Setting the Blower Motor Speed

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control

Turn the control to adjust the volume of air circulated in the vehicle.

Setting the Temperature

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press the toggle button on the left-hand side of the climate control upward or downward to set the left-hand temperature.

Note: This control also adjusts the right-hand side temperature when you switch off dual zone mode.

Press the toggle button on the right-hand side of the climate control upward or downward to set the right-hand temperature.

Switching Auto Mode On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button to switch on automatic operation. Repeatedly press the button to adjust auto mode.

The system adjusts the blower motor speed, air distribution, air conditioning operation, and outside or recirculated air to reach and maintain the temperature you have set.

Under high humidity conditions, the system adjusts the blower motor speed, air distribution and air conditioning operation to reduce window fogging.

Note: The system starts at the previous setting when you switch on AUTO mode.

Note: You can also switch off dual zone mode by pressing and holding the button for more than two seconds.

Auto Mode Indicator Status

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control

Switching the Air Conditioning On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button.

Use air conditioning with recirculated air to improve cooling performance and efficiency.

Note: In certain conditions, such as maximum defrost, the air conditioning compressor may continue to operate even though you switch off the air conditioning.

Note: The A/C LED light may turn on and off based on the temperature setting or the current conditions.

Switching the Climate Control On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button.

Note: Your vehicle may not have a physical button. You can use the touchscreen to turn the climate control on and off.

Switching Maximum Air Conditioning On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button for maximum cooling.

The driver and passenger temperatures are set to LO, recirculated air flows through the instrument panel air vents, air conditioning turns on and the blower motor adjusts to the highest speed.

Switching Maximum Defrost On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button for maximum defrosting.

The driver and passenger temperatures are set to HI, air flows through the windshield air vents, and the blower motor adjusts to the highest speed.

Note: Depending on your region, air conditioning turns on.

You can also use this setting to defog and clear the windshield of a thin covering of ice.

Note: To prevent window fogging, you cannot select recirculated air when maximum defrost is on.

Note: The heated rear window also turns on when you select maximum defrost.

Switching Recirculated Air On and Off

Lincoln Aviator. Automatic Climate Control Press and release the button to switch between outside air and recirculated air.

The air currently in the passenger compartment recirculates. This may reduce the time needed to cool the interior, when used with A/C, and reduce unwanted odors from entering your vehicle.

Note: Recirculated air may turn off, or prevent you from switching on, in all air flow modes except MAX A/C to reduce the risk of fogging. Recirculation may also turn on and off in various air distribution control combinations during hot weather to improve cooling efficiency.

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