Lincoln Aviator 2020-2022 Owners Manual / Maintenance / Opening and Closing the Hood

Lincoln Aviator: Maintenance / Opening and Closing the Hood

Opening the Hood

Lincoln Aviator. Opening and Closing the Hood

  1. Open the left-hand front door.
  2. Fully pull the hood release lever and let it completely retract.

    Note: This action releases the hood latch.

  3. Fully pull the hood release lever for a second time.

    Note: This action fully releases the hood.

  4. Open the hood.

    Note: There is no secondary lever under the hood.

Closing the Hood

WARNING: Make sure that you fully latch the hood before driving. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury or death.

  1. For vehicles with a prop rod, fully stow the prop rod prior to lowering the hood.
  2. Lower the hood and make sure it fully latches.

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