Lincoln Aviator 2020-2022 Owners Manual / Liftgate / Setting the Liftgate Open Height

Lincoln Aviator: Liftgate / Setting the Liftgate Open Height

  1. Open the liftgate.
  2. Stop the liftgate movement by pressing the control button on the liftgate when it reaches the desired height.

    Note: Once the liftgate has stopped moving, you can also manually move it to the desired height.

  3. Press and hold the liftgate control button on the liftgate until you hear a tone, indicating programming is complete.

Note: You can only use the liftgate control button to program the height.

Note: You cannot program the height if the liftgate position is too low.

The new open liftgate height is recalled when the power liftgate is opened. To change the programmed height, repeat the above procedure. Once you open the power liftgate, you can manually move it to a different height.

Note: The system recalls the new programmed height until you reprogram it, even if you disconnect the battery.

When operating the power liftgate after you have programmed a lower height than fully open, you can fully open the liftgate by manually pushing it upward to the maximum open position.

    Stopping the Liftgate Movement

    Note: Do not apply sudden excessive force to the liftgate while it is in motion. This could damage the power liftgate and its components. You can stop the liftgate movement by doing any of the following: Pressing the liftgate control button...

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    WARNING: Position the seatbelt height adjuster so that the seatbelt rests across the middle of your shoulder. Failure to adjust the seatbelt correctly could reduce its effectiveness and increase the risk of injury in a crash.

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