Lincoln Aviator 2020-2022 Service Manual / Electrical / Lighting / Interior Lighting / Description and Operation - Interior Lighting - Overview

Lincoln Aviator: Interior Lighting / Description and Operation - Interior Lighting - Overview

Overview

The interior lighting system consists of:

  • Courtesy lamps
  • Demand lamps
  • Ambient lighting

The courtesy lamps provide illumination to the vehicle interior, front scuff plates, exterior door handles, rear puddle lamps and below the exterior mirrors when entering or exiting the vehicle or when requested using the courtesy lamp switch located on the headlamp switch.

The courtesy lamps subsystem consists of:

  • Interior overhead lamps
  • Welcome mat lamps
  • Rear puddle lamps
  • Exterior door handle Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)
  • Front door illuminated scuff plates
  • Cargo lamp
  • Liftgate lamp
  • Courtesy lamp switch (integrated into the overhead console)
  • Door ajar switches (integrated into the door control modules)
  • RGTM
  • DDM
  • PDM
  • BCM

The demand lamps provide illumination to specific areas within the vehicle when needed.

The BCM supplies voltage to the demand lamps when the battery saver feature is not active.

The demand lamps subsystem consists of:

  • Interior overhead lamps (map lamps)
  • Vanity mirror lamps
  • Glove compartment lamp
  • Media bin lamps
  • Storage bin lamps
  • BCM

The ambient lighting subsystem consists of:

  • Ambient lighting LEDs
  • FDIM (touchscreen)
  • BCM

The ambient lighting is controlled using the FDIM (touchscreen) controls. The ambient lighting provides aesthetically colored illumination to the following locations for illuminated entry or when the ignition is in RUN with the parking lamps on:

  • Instrument panel lamps
  • Front and rear floor console cup holders
  • Center console pass thru
  • Front and rear doors
  • Front footwells
  • Rear footwells

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    Description and Operation - Interior Lighting - System Operation and Component Description

    System Operation System Diagram Item Description 1 Rear footwell ambient lighting LEDs 2 LIN 3 DDM 4 LH welcome mat lamp 5 RH welcome mat lamp 6 PDM 7 Front cup holder lighting LEDs 8 Front footwell ambient lighting LEDs 9 Rear door ambient lighting LEDs 10 HS-CAN1 11 APIM 12 HS-CAN3 13 FDIM 14 GWM 15 MS-CAN 16 Liftgate lamp 17 Vanity mirror lamps 18 Glove compartment lamp 19 Console/bin lamps 20 LH second row interior lamp 21 RH second row interior lamp 22 Cargo lamp 23 Third row interior lamp 24 LIN 25 Overhead console 26 RGTM 27 LIN 28 Headlamp switch 29 Scuff plate lamps 30 Second row cup holder lighting LEDs 31 Front door ambient lighting LEDs 32 Instrument panel ambient lamps 33 Center console pass thru ambient lamp 34 Door latch control modules 35 Door ajar switch 36 Rear door puddle lamps 37 LIN 38 BCM 39 Exterior door handle LEDs Network Message Chart   DDM And PDM Network Input Messages Broadcast Message Originating Module Message Purpose Welcome mat lamp activation   GWM Provides welcome mat lamp request from the GWM to activate the exterior mirror welcome mat lamps...

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