Lincoln Aviator: Seats / Memory Function

WARNING: Before activating the memory seat, make sure that the area immediately surrounding the seat is clear of obstructions and that all occupants are clear of moving parts.

WARNING: Do not use the memory function when your vehicle is moving.

This feature recalls the position of the following:

  • Driver seat.
  • Power mirrors.
  • Optional power steering column.

The memory control is on the driver door.

Lincoln Aviator. Memory Function

Saving a Preset Position

  1. Switch the ignition on.
  2. Adjust the memory features to the positions you prefer.
  3. Press and hold the preferred preset button until you hear a single tone.

You can save up to three preset memory positions. You can save a memory preset at any time.

Recalling a Preset Position

Press and release the preset button associated with your preferred driving position. The memory features move to the position stored for that preset.

Note: You can only recall a preset memory position when the ignition is off, or when the transmission is in park (P) or neutral (N) and the vehicle is not moving if the ignition is on.

You can also recall a preset memory position by:

  • Pressing the unlock button on your remote control if it is linked to a preset position.
  • Unlocking the intelligent driver door handle if a linked remote control is present.
  • Recalling a personal profile in your SYNC 3 menu.

Note: Using a linked remote control to recall your memory position when the ignition is off moves the seat to the easy entry position.

Note: Pressing any active memory feature adjustment control, or any memory button during a memory recall, cancels the operation.

Easy Entry and Exit Feature

If you enable the easy entry and exit feature, it moves the driver seat position rearward up to 2 in (5 cm) when you switch the ignition off.

The driver seat returns to the previous position when you switch the ignition on. You can enable or disable this feature through the touchscreen.

Personal Profiles

This feature allows you to create multiple personal profiles enabling users to personalize vehicle’s settings. You can create one profile for each preset memory seat button along with a guest profile. You can recall a profile using SYNC 3 or the preset button you selected when you created your profile. You can also link a remote control and a mobile device to your profile, which are used to recall it.

Creating a Personal Profile

Use the SYNC display to create a personal profile.

  1. Switch the ignition on and leave the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Select the Personal Profiles button under Settings.
  3. Follow the instructions on the display.

Linking a Personal Profile to Your Remote Control or Mobile Device

You can save preset memory positions for up to three remote controls, by assigning a remote control to a personal profile in your SYNC 3. You can assign three additional remote controls set up as Phone as a Key.

Use the SYNC display to link a remote control, mobile device or both to a personal profile.

  1. Switch the ignition on and leave the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Select the Personal Profiles button under Settings.
  3. Touch the arrow for the profile you wish to link to a remote control or mobile device.
  4. Select the correct button to link a remote control, mobile device, or both.
  5. Follow the instructions on the display.\

Note: To successfully link a mobile device, the mobile device must be present in your vehicle, and must have previously been setup as a remote control for your vehicle.

Note: If more than one linked remote control is in range, the memory function moves to the settings of the first key to initiate a memory recall.

Note: The guest profile consists of existing settings when there is no driver profile created. After you create a driver profile, the guest profile serves as an additional driver profile.

Note: You cannot link a personalized name, a memory seat button or a remote control to a guest profile.

Personal Settings

Personal Profiles allow you to personalize positional settings such as seats and mirrors, as well as non-positional settings such as radio, navigation, driver assist and system settings. You cannot change the menu locations and settings of those personalized features with Personal Profiles.

Note: Non-positional settings are saved to the active driver profile whenever you change a setting.

Note: You can save positional settings if you press and hold a memory seat button.

Recalling and Changing a Profile

You can recall a profile by:

  • Using a remote control or mobile device that has been linked to a driver profile to access the remote start feature, press an unlock button or open the door with the exterior door handle.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that has been linked to a driver profile.
  • Using the Personal Profiles menu on the SYNC touchscreen.

Note: The recalled profile replaces the previously active profile. If the active profile is not your preferred profile, you can change it using any of the three methods listed.

When you switch on the Personal Profiles feature:

  • Unlocking a door with a remote control or mobile device that is not linked to a driver profile does not change the active profile, but remains the last known profile. It will not change the positional settings.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that is not linked to a driver profile or has not been saved to a preset setting does not change active profile, but remains in the last known profile. It will not change the positional settings.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that is not linked to a driver profile but has been saved to a preset setting does not recall any non-positional settings, but recalls the positional settings that you saved to that memory seat button.

When you switch off a Personal Profiles feature:

  • Unlocking a door with a remote control or mobile device does not recall any non-positional settings, but still recalls positional settings from the driver profile which the remote control or mobile device had been linked to.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that has not been linked to a driver profile or has not been saved to a preset setting does not recall any settings, positional or non-positional.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that has been linked to a driver profile or has saved to a preset setting does not recall any non-positional settings, but recalls the positional settings that you saved to that memory seat button.

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