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Lincoln Aviator: Cruise Control / Description and Operation - Cruise Control - Overview

Overview

The ACC system is controlled by the PCM, CCM and the IPMA.

The ACC modes are selected from the steering wheel mounted switches.

The gap control setting is selected from the lower right steering wheel switch.

ACC gap feature uses radar and camera sensors to adjust vehicle speed to maintain the set gap between the two vehicles in the same lane. Refer to the Owner's Manual for additional information.

The ACC system maintains a selected vehicle speed between 30 kmh (18 mph) and the maximum limited vehicle speed. When a MyKey® restricted key is in use and maxium speed limiter is turned on, vehicle speed is limited to 129 kmh (80 mph).

ACC with stop and go technology allows the vehicle to follow a lead vehicle to a stop. An indicator in the message center indicates the vehicle is in the stopped mode. If the lead vehicle moves from a stop within 3 seconds, the vehicle automatically resumes to the set speed. If the lead vehicle remains stopped for more than 3 seconds, the system resumes when the RESUME switch on the steering wheel is pressed or the operator taps the accelerator pedal.

Intelligent ACC modifies the set speed based on the observed speed limit. When this mode is selected, a bracket appears around the set speed and the detected speed limit sign in the information display. The system is designed to set the vehicle speed to the speed limit detected by the traffic sign recognition system before the vehicle passes the speed limit sign. Refer to the Owner's Manual for additional information.

ACC with lane centering uses radar and camera sensors to keep the vehicle in the lane by applying continuous assistance steering torque input toward the lane centering on highways. Refer to the Owner's Manual for additional information.

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    Description and Operation - Cruise Control - System Operation and Component Description

    System Operation Adaptive Cruise Control Item Description 1 IPC 2 Accelerator Pedal 3 Deactivator Switch 4 Stoplamp Switch 5 Brake Switch Assembly 6 SCCM 7 PCM 8 Cruise Control Switches 9 IPMA 10 BCM 11 ABS Module 12 GWM 13 RCM 14 CCM 15 SIMA Network Message Chart   Network Input Messages - ABS Module Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose ACC deceleration request   IPMA Used for cruise control automatic braking...

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    Lincoln Aviator 2020-2024 Service Manual: Description and Operation - Warning Chimes - System Operation and Component Description


    System Operation System Diagram Item Description 1 ABS module 2 PAM 3 Door ajar switches 4 Driver seatbelt buckle 5 Passenger seatbelt buckle 6 RCM 7 PCM 8 GWM 9 SCCM 10 ACM 11 Rear speakers 12 Front speakers 13 BCM 14 IPMA 15 SODR 16 SODL 17 Base audio system 18 Audio DSP module 19 Rear speakers 20 Front speakers 21 Mid- and high-level 14- and 28-speaker audio systems 22 DSM 23 RGTM 24 IPMB 25 GSM 26 IPC chime arbitrator 27 IPC 28 Turn signal on tick-Tock tone 29 Belt-Minder® chime 30 Door ajar chime 31 Headlamps on chime 32 Parking brake chime 33 Seatbelt chime 34 Airbag secondary chime 35 Message center chime 36 Parking aid chime 37 Ignition/engine on chime 38 Perimeter alarm chime 39 Turn signal left on chime 40 Active park assist chime 41 BLIS/ CTA chime 42 Forward collision warning chime 43 Lane keeping aid warning chime 44 Transmission not in park chime 45 Backup chime (except North America) 46 Home safe light chime 47 Memory feedback chime 48 Power liftgate chime 49 Service AdvanceTrac chime 50 Electric Vehicle (EV) engine on chime 51 Adaptive cruise control warning chime 52 Electronic latch system Llock and unlock chime 53 Key-in-ignition warning chime 54 Fuel door release chime Network Message Chart   Module Network Input Messages - IPC Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Accessory delay   BCM Input used to control the overall chime function...

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