Lincoln Aviator: Instrumentation, Message Center and Warning Chimes / Description and Operation - Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) - Overview

Overview

The IPC uses the following methods and functionality to alert the driver of vehicle conditions:

  • Gauges
  • Informational RTT and warning RTT indicators
  • Informational and instructional messages
  • Warning messages
  • Warning chimes

The IPC uses a full width 12-inch screen to display driver information with virtual gauges, with either a single gauge or dual gauge setup.

Informational indicators inform the driver of conditions that exist in the vehicle. Warning indicators provide information to the driver of conditions that could potentially cause personal injury or alter vehicle performance.

The RTT indicators illuminate in message center popup displays and dedicated and rotating RTT display locations, using the same iconic representation as typical LED indicators. Rotating RTT indicators display in the order the request was received by the IPC.

NOTE: IPC shown in full gauge mode. Other settings can change the content displayed and the location of the displayed content. All RTT indicators remain in the identfied locations. For addtional information about the settings, refer to the Owner's Literature.

IPC - Single Gauge (Speedometer Only)

Item Description
1 Auto high beam RTT indicator
2 Tow haul RTT indicator
3 LED low beam malfunction RTT indicator
4 Lights on RTT indicator
5 Traction control disabled (sliding car OFF icon) RTT indicator
6 Stabliity-traction control (sliding car icon) RTT indicator
7
  • LH information display.
  • Displays the following items when the tachometer is not displayed in this area (except as indicated below).
    • Audio information
    • Dimming control mirror (popup menus)
    • Message center warnings
    • Parking aid status
    • Phone control mirror (popup) (accept, decline or not connected)
8 LH turn RTT indicator
9 Compass display
10 Virtual speedometer display
11 Cruise control/ACC RTT indicator
12 Audio information display
13 Digital speedometer display
14 Outside air temperature display
15 RH turn RTT indicator
16
  • Virtual gauge information
  • Information on demand
    • Eco coach
    • Electric efficiency
    • Electric Vehicle (EV) coach
    • Fuel economy
    • High voltage battery (PHEV, China)
    • Power distribution
    • Seatbelts
    • TPMS display
    • TPMS tire status
    • Trailer light check
    • This Trip
    • Trip computer 1 and 2 display
17 Rear seatbelt monitor RTT indicator
18
  • Rotating RTT indicator display area
    • BLIS® off
    • Charging system
    • Door, hood and liftgate ajar
    • Engineering test mode (ET)
    • Hill descent control
    • HEV hazard
    • HEV motor over-temperature
    • Low oil pressure
    • Low washer fluid level
    • Powertrain malfunction (wrench)
    • Vehicle plugged in (PHEV)
19 Overspeed warning RTT indicator (Gulf Cooperative Countries [GCC])
20   MIL
21 Distance alert RTT indicator
22 Ready to drive RTT indicator ( PHEV)
23
  • Battery charge gauge display (PHEV, except China)
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) range display (PHEV, except China)
24 Virtual fuel gauge display
25
  • DTE display
26 Low fuel warning RTT indicator
27 Electric park brake RTT indicator
28 Speed limit indication (if equipped)
29

NOTE: The graphic may differ between markets but is displayed in the same location.

Brake warning RTT indicator
30 SelectShift RTT indicator
31 Lane centering assist indication display
32 Drive mode indication
33 PRND display
34
  • Active driver assist system display area
    • Cruise control/ACC display
    • Lane centering assist
    • Lane departure warning system
    • Lane keeping assist
    • Stop and go display (part of the ACC display)
  • Forward collision warning display area
35 ABS warning RTT indicator
36 TPMS RTT indicator
37 Engine over-temperature RTT indicator
38 Virtual odometer display
39 Virtual temperature gauge
40 Auto stop/start RTT indicator (Gas)
41 Auto hold RTT indicator
42 Seatbelt warning RTT indicator
43 Airbag warning RTT indicator
44 Front fog lamp RTT indicator
45 Rear fog lamp RTT indicator (except North America)
46 High beam RTT indicator

IPC - Dual Gauge (Speedometer and Tachometer)

Item Description
1 Auto high beam RTT indicator
2 Tow haul RTT indicator
3 LED low beam malfunction RTT indicator
4 Lights on RTT indicator
5 Traction control disabled (sliding car OFF icon) RTT indicator
6 Stabliity-traction control (sliding car icon) RTT indicator
7 Virtual tachometer display
8 LH turn RTT indicator
9 Compass display
10
  • Information display
    • Audio information
    • Dimming control mirror (popup menus)
    • Message center warnings
    • Parking aid status
    • Phone control mirror (popup) (accept, decline or not connected)
  • Information on demand
    • Eco coach
    • Electric efficiency
    • Electric Vehicle (EV) coach
    • Fuel economy
    • High voltage battery (PHEV, China)
    • Power distribution
    • Seatbelts
    • TPMS display
    • TPMS tire status
    • Trailer light check
    • This Trip
    • Trip computer 1 and 2 display
11 Audio information display
12 Virtual speedometer display
13 Outside air temperature display
14 RH turn RTT indicator
15 Digital speedometer display
16 Cruise control/ACC RTT indicator
17 Speed limit indication (if equipped)
18 Rear seatbelt monitor RTT indicator
19
  • Rotating RTT indicator display area
    • BLIS® off
    • Charging system
    • Door, hood and liftgate ajar
    • Engineering test mode (ET)
    • Hill descent control
    • HEV hazard
    • HEV motor over-temperature
    • Low oil pressure
    • Low washer fluid level
    • Powertrain malfunction (wrench)
    • Vehicle plugged in (PHEV)
20 Overspeed warning RTT indicator (Gulf Cooperative Countries [GCC])
21   MIL
22 Distance alert RTT indicator
23 Ready to drive RTT indicator ( PHEV)
24
  • Battery charge gauge display (PHEV, except China)
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) range display (PHEV, except China)
25 Lane centering assist indication display
26
  • Active driver assist system display area
    • Cruise control/ACC display
    • Lane centering assist
    • Lane departure warning system
    • Lane keeping assist
    • Stop and go display (part of the ACC display)
  • Forward collision warning display area
27 Virtual fuel gauge display
28
  • DTE display
29 Low fuel warning RTT indicator
30 Electric park brake RTT indicator
31

NOTE: The graphic may differ between markets but is displayed in the same location.

Brake warning RTT indicator
32 SelectShift RTT indicator
33 Drive mode indication
34 PRND display
35 ABS warning RTT indicator
36 TPMS RTT indicator
37 Engine over-temperature RTT indicator
38 Virtual odometer display
39 Virtual temperature gauge
40 Auto stop/start RTT indicator (Gas)
41 Auto hold RTT indicator
42 Seatbelt warning RTT indicator
43 Airbag warning RTT indicator
44 Front fog lamp RTT indicator
45 Rear fog lamp RTT indicator (except North America)
46 High beam RTT indicator

IPC

The IPC utilizes a color Thin Film Transistor (TFT) display for all cluster information. This is a complete virtual IPC without any analog gauges or LED-type indicators. All indicators and gauges appear similar to standard analog gauges and LED indicators found in other analog Instrument Panel Clusters (IPCs).

In some instances a display replaces the current display. In other instances, newly selected displays (such as the message, audio or phone center menus, TPMS or trip computer displays) overlay a currently displayed item, replacing the current display. In these instances, the current display may move to another location. Due to the nature of the virtual cluster, the cluster displays and the level of detail may change based on driver selections. For additional information related to the IPC displays, setup and message center menu selections, refer to the Owner's Literature.

HUD

When the vehicle is equipped with the driver information HUD, most items that are displayed in the HUD are either turned off or the display is minimized (such as the speedometer) in the IPC. Refer to the Owner's Literature for additional information about setting up the HUD.

Message Center

The message center is an integral part of the IPC that receives and acts upon much of the same information that is input and used to operate the IPC (gauges, informational indicators, and warning indicators). The message center uses both hardwired and network-based inputs to receive information. The message center functionality is controlled through the message center switch (part of the RH steering wheel switch).

Whenever conditions are present that require a warning message, the message center replaces the last selected display with the new warning display. Once the message is reset or cleared, the message center returns to the last selected display. If multiple warnings are present, the message center rotates through the messages, displaying each warning for approximately 4 seconds. Warning messages are also generally associated with other observable outputs of the IPC (gauges and Reconfigurable Telltales [RTTs]) . For example, when the ABS module detects a low brake fluid condition, the ABS module sends the IPC a request through the GWM to illuminate the brake warning indicator and a request to display the LOW BRAKE FLUID message in the message center. This allows the message center to be a more informative supplement to the IPC gauges and Reconfigurable Telltales [RTTs].

The system warning messages alert the operator to possible concerns or malfunctions in the vehicle operating systems. System warning messages can be stand-alone messages, but are often associated with another form of indication, such as a gauge or an indicator. The message center displays the last selected feature if there are no additional warning messages. Once a warning message has been displayed, the message must be acknowledged to allow full functionality of the message center by pressing the OK button to acknowledge and clear the warning message. For a complete list of warning messages displayed, refer to the message center section of the Owner's Literature.

Warning Chimes

The warning chimes provide the driver with audible warnings that act as reminders and supplemental alerts to visual IPC indications such as gauges, indicators and message center warnings. The IPC controls all warning chimes based on messages received from external modules. The IPC prioritizes the chimes according to a preset hierarchy programmed into the IPC software. When more than one chime request is received by the IPC, the most important chime sounds. If a lower priority chime is currently sounding, the higher priority request takes over and replaces or delays the lower priority chime.

The warning chimes are sounded through the audio system speakers and the IPC. The turn signal/hazard on (tick-tock) is the only individual chime that sounds through the IPC, not the audio system. The parking aid, lifgate warning and BLIS/ CTA warning chimes are sounded through the rear speakers. All other warning chimes are sounded through the front audio system speakers.

NOTE: There are instances where some chimes may sound through the IPC and should not be interpreted as a fault in the audio system. An example might be when the ignition is off, with the key in the ignition and the driver door ajar. In this instance, the audio system is offline and the key-in-ignition chime defaults to the IPC.

The IPC also acts as a backup. In the event of an audio system chime failure, the IPC sounds all chimes that are required.

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