Lincoln Aviator: Traction Control

Principle of Operation

The traction control system helps avoid drive wheel spin and loss of traction.

If your vehicle begins to slide, the system applies the brakes to individual wheels and, when needed, reduces engine power at the same time. If the wheels spin when accelerating on slippery or loose surfaces, the system reduces engine power in order to increase traction.

Using Traction Control

WARNING: The stability and traction control light illuminates steadily if the system detects a failure. Make sure you did not manually disable the traction control system using the information display controls or the switch. If the stability control and traction control light is still illuminating steadily, have the system serviced by an authorized dealer immediately. Operating your vehicle with the traction control disabled could lead to an increased risk of loss of vehicle control, vehicle rollover, personal injury and death.

The system turns on each time you switch on the ignition.

If your vehicle is stuck in mud or snow, switching traction control off may be beneficial as this allows the wheels to spin.

Note: When you switch traction control off, stability control remains fully active.

Switching the System Off

When you switch the system off or on, a message appears in the information display showing system status.

You can switch the system off by accessing the traction control settings through the touchscreen.

Note: If your vehicle detects a loss of traction due to excessive wheel spin or deceleration, a display message appears on the touchscreen prompting you to disable traction control if needed.

Using the Information Display Controls

You can switch this feature off or on in the information display.

System Indicator Lights and Messages

Lincoln Aviator. Traction Control The stability and traction control light:

  • Temporarily illuminates on engine start-up.
  • Flashes when a driving condition activates either of the systems.
  • Illuminates if a problem occurs in either of the systems.

Lincoln Aviator. Traction Control The stability and traction control off light temporarily illuminates on engine start-up and stays on when you switch the traction control system off.

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