Lincoln Aviator: Pedestrian Alert System / Removal and Installation - Pedestrian Alert System Speaker

Removal

NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

Front Pedestrian Alert System Speaker

  1. Remove the front bumper cover.
    Refer to: Front Bumper Cover (501-19 Bumpers, Removal and Installation).
  1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
  1. Remove the fasteners and the front pedestrian alert system speaker.
    Torque: 71 lb.in (8 Nm)

Rear pedestrian alert system speaker


  1. Remove the rear underbody closeout panel.
    • Remove the pin-type retainers.
    • Remove the screws.
      Torque: 13 lb.in (1.5 Nm)
    • Remove the nuts.
      Torque: 55 lb.in (6.2 Nm)
  1. Disconnect the electrical connector and separate the wiring guides.
  1. Remove the nuts and the rear pedestrian alert system speaker.
    Torque: 71 lb.in (8 Nm)

Installation

  1. To install, reverse the removal procedure.

    Removal and Installation - Pedestrian Alert Control Module (PACM)

    Special Tool(s) / General Equipment Interior Trim Remover Removal Remove the luggage compartment floor cover. Release the clips and the luggage compartment side trim panel...

    Battery and Charging System

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    Lincoln Aviator 2020-2023 Service Manual: Diagnosis and Testing - Parameter Identification (PID) Chart


      Diagnostic PID Chart PID Acronym PID Name Description APP APP sensor   APP APP1 APP sensor 1 APP 1 AST Time Since Start Time (in seconds) since the vehicle was started CLRDIST Distance since DTC cleared Distance driven since PCM DTCs were cleared ECT TCM   ECT TCM Engine coolant temperature data provided to the TCM ENGLOAD Engine Load Engine load calculated by PCM ETC_ACT Electronic Throttle Control Actual Electronic Throttle Control Actual calculated by PCM FOOT_BRAKE Foot Brake - Foot brake state used by strategy Foot brake state used by strategy calculated by PCM GEAR_CMD Gear Commanded by Module PCM commanded transmission gear GEAR_ENGAGED Transmission Gear Engaged Transmission Gear Engaged GEAR_OSC# Gear Commanded by Output State Control Output state control commanded gear ISS_A_QF Transmission Input Shaft Speed Sensor -A- Quality Factor Transmission Input Shaft Speed Sensor -A- Quality Factor ISS_A_RAW Intermediate Speed -A- Raw Intermediate Speed -A- Raw ISS_B_RAW Intermediate Shaft Speed -B- Raw Intermediate Shaft Speed -B- Raw ISS_B_QF Transmission Input Shaft Speed Sensor -B- Quality Factor Transmission Input Shaft Speed Sensor -B- Quality Factor LINEDSD# Line Pressure Control Desired Commanded line pressure MIL_DIS The distance travelled since the (MIL) was activated The distance travelled since the MIL was activated OSS_QF Transmission Output Shaft Speed Sensor Quality Factor Fault status for the OSS sensor OSS_RAW Output Shaft Speed - Raw Actual speed of the OSS sensor (rpm) PCA Pressure Control Solenoid A   LPC PCA AMP# Pressure Control Solenoid A   LPC PCA_F Pressure Control Solenoid A Status   LPC PWRT_FUNCMON_A Powertrain Secondary Monitor/Performance Fault A Powertrain Secondary Monitor/Performance Fault A PWRT_FUNCMON_B Powertrain Secondary Monitor/Performance Fault A Powertrain Secondary Monitor/Performance Fault A REALTIME Total time (ECU) has been active ECU Time running RPM_TCM Engine Revolutions Per Minute Engine rpm input to TCM SHFT_DROP Shift RPM Drop in Input Shaft Speed Below Expected Shift rpm drop in input shaft speed below expected SHFT_FLRE Shift RPM Rise in Input Shaft Speed Above Expected Shift rpm rise in input shaft speed above expected SHFT_ID Shift Identification of Shift (PID)s Lag, Time, Flare and Drop Shift identification of shift PIDs lag, time, flare and drop SHFT_LAG Shift Time Elapsed From 10% to 90% of Complete Actual time during shift between 10% and 90% complete SHFT_TIME Shift Time Elapsed From Commanded to 10% Complete Shift time 0% to 10% complete SNOWPLW_CFG Snowplow as configured in the (PCM)...

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