Lincoln Aviator: Pre-Collision Assist / Using the Pre-Collision Assist System

The system is active at speeds above approximately 3 mph (5 km/h) and pedestrian detection is active at speeds up to 50 mph (80 km/h).

Lincoln Aviator. Using the Pre-Collision Assist System

If your vehicle is rapidly approaching another stationary vehicle, a vehicle traveling in the same direction as yours, or a pedestrian within your driving path, the system is designed to provide three levels of functionality:

  1. Alert
  2. Brake Support
  3. Active Braking

Lincoln Aviator. Using the Pre-Collision Assist System

Alert: When active, a flashing visual warning appears and an audible warning tone sounds.

Brake Support: The system is designed to help reduce the impact speed by preparing the brakes for rapid braking. Brake support does not automatically apply the brakes. If you press the brake pedal, the system could apply additional braking up to maximum braking force, even if you lightly press the brake pedal.

Active Braking: Active braking may activate if the system determines that a collision is imminent. The system may help the driver reduce impact damage or avoid the crash completely.

Note: Brake Support and Active Braking are active at speeds up to 75 mph (120 km/h). If your vehicle has a radar sensor included with Adaptive Cruise Control, then Brake Support and Active Braking are active up to the maximum speed of the vehicle.

Note: If you perceive Pre-Collision Assist alerts as being too frequent or disturbing, then you can reduce the alert sensitivity, though the manufacturer recommends using the highest sensitivity setting where possible. Setting lower sensitivity would lead to fewer and later system warnings.

Note: Pre-Collision Assist turns off when you select deep conditions or deep sand mode.

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