2014 Lincoln Navigator Owner's Manual

2014 Lincoln Navigator owners manual
Year:
2014
Make:
Lincoln
Model:
Navigator
Rating:
(10)

Online manual

Size:
4.72 MB

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
2
Introduction
10
ABOUT THIS MANUAL
10
Protecting the Environment
10
SYMBOL GLOSSARY
10
DATA RECORDING
13
Service Data Recording
13
Event Data Recording
13
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65
15
PERCHLORATE MATERIAL
15
FORD CREDIT (U.S. ONLY)
15
REPLACEMENT PARTS RECOMMENDATION
16
Scheduled Maintenance and Mechanical Repairs
16
Collision Repairs
16
Warranty on Replacement Parts
16
SPECIAL NOTICES
16
New Vehicle Limited Warranty
16
Special Instructions
17
Using your vehicle with a snowplow
17
Using your vehicle as an ambulance
17
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
17
EXPORT UNIQUE (NON–UNITED STATES/CANADA) VEHICLE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
18
Child Safety
19
GENERAL INFORMATION
19
CHILD SEAT POSITIONING
21
BOOSTER SEATS
23
Types of Booster Seats
24
INSTALLING CHILD SEATS
26
Child Seats
26
Using Lap and Shoulder Belts
26
Using Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH)
30
Combining Safety Belt and LATCH Lower Anchors for Attaching Child Safety Seats
32
Using Tether Straps
32
CHILD SAFETY LOCKS
38
Safety Belts
39
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
39
FASTENING THE SAFETY BELTS
41
Restraint of Pregnant Women
41
Safety Belt Locking Modes
42
Vehicle Sensitive Mode
42
Automatic Locking Mode
43
When to Use the Automatic Locking Mode
43
How to Use the Automatic Locking Mode
43
How to Disengage the Automatic Locking Mode
43
Safety Belt Extension Assembly
43
SAFETY BELT HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
44
Second Row Comfort Guide
44
SAFETY BELT WARNING LIGHT AND INDICATOR CHIME
45
Conditions of Operation
45
SAFETY BELT-MINDER®
46
Deactivating and Activating the Belt-Minder® Feature
47
CHILD RESTRAINT AND SAFETY BELT MAINTENANCE
48
Supplementary Restraints System
49
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
49
RESTRAINT SAFETY SYSTEM
50
How does the Restraint Safety System work?
51
SOS POST-CRASH ALERT SYSTEM™
51
DRIVER AND PASSENGER AIRBAGS
52
Proper Driver and Front Passenger Seating Adjustment
53
Children and Airbags
53
SIDE AIRBAGS
54
SAFETY CANOPY® CURTAIN AIRBAGS
55
CRASH SENSORS AND AIRBAG INDICATOR
57
AIRBAG DISPOSAL
58
Keys and Remote Control
59
GENERAL INFORMATION ON RADIO FREQUENCIES
59
REMOTE CONTROL
59
Integrated Keyhead Transmitters
59
Replacing the Battery
60
Integrated Keyhead Transmitter
60
Memory Feature
61
Programming Memory to the Remote Control
61
Deactivating Memory from the Remote Control
61
Car Finder
62
Sounding a Panic Alarm
62
REPLACING A LOST KEY OR REMOTE CONTROL
62
MyKey
63
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
63
Non-configurable Settings
63
Configurable Settings
63
CREATING A MYKEY
64
Programming/Changing Configurable Settings
64
CLEARING ALL MYKEYS
65
CHECKING MYKEY SYSTEM STATUS
65
USING MYKEY WITH REMOTE START SYSTEMS
65
Vehicles With Ford-approved Aftermarket Remote Start Systems
66
Vehicles With Non-Ford-approved Aftermarket Remote Start Systems
66
MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING
68
Locks
70
LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
70
Power Door Locks
70
Remote Control
70
Unlocking the Doors (Two-Stage Unlock)
70
Locking the Doors
70
Power Liftgate
71
Smart Unlocks
71
Autolock and Unlock
72
Enabling or Disabling Autolock and Autounlock
72
Illuminated Entry
73
Illuminated Exit
73
Battery Saver
73
LIFTGATE
73
Power Liftgate
74
Opening and Closing the Power Liftgate
74
Obstacle Detection
77
Resetting the Power Liftgate
77
Liftgate Ajar Signal
77
Liftgate Window
78
SECURICODE™ KEYLESS ENTRY KEYPAD
78
Programming a Personal Entry Code
78
Programming Memory to a Personal Entry Code
79
Erasing a Personal Code
79
Anti-Scan Feature
80
Unlocking and Locking the Doors and Liftgate
80
Security
81
SECURILOCK® PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM
81
Automatic Arming
81
Anti-Theft Indicator
81
Automatic Disarming
82
Replacement Keys
82
Programming a Spare Key
82
ANTI-THEFT ALARM
83
Arming the Alarm
83
Disarming the Alarm
84
Steering Wheel
85
ADJUSTING THE STEERING WHEEL
85
Memory Feature
85
Easy Entry and Exit Feature
85
AUDIO CONTROL
85
Media
86
Seek, Next or Previous
86
VOICE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)
86
CRUISE CONTROL
86
Pedals
87
ADJUSTABLE PEDALS (IF EQUIPPED)
87
Wipers and Washers
88
WINDSHIELD WIPERS
88
Speed Dependent Wipers
88
RAIN-SENSING WIPERS
88
WINDSHIELD WASHERS
89
REAR-WINDOW WIPER AND WASHERS
89
Lighting
90
LIGHTING CONTROL
90
High Beams
90
Headlamp Flasher
90
AUTOLAMPS
91
INSTRUMENT LIGHTING DIMMER
91
DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS (DRL) (IF EQUIPPED)
92
FRONT FOG LAMPS
92
DIRECTION INDICATORS
92
INTERIOR LAMPS
93
Front Row Map Lamps
93
Second Row Map Lamps
93
Rear Cargo Lamp
93
Windows and Mirrors
95
POWER WINDOWS
95
One-Touch Down (If Equipped)
95
One-Touch Up (If Equipped)
95
Bounce-Back (If Equipped)
95
Overriding the Bounce-Back Feature
95
Window Lock
96
Accessory Delay
96
EXTERIOR MIRRORS
96
Power Exterior Mirrors
96
Power-Folding Mirrors
97
Loose Mirror
97
Heated Exterior Mirror
97
Memory Mirrors
97
Auto-Dimming Feature
97
Signal Indicator Mirrors
97
Integrated Blind Spot Mirrors
98
INTERIOR MIRROR
99
Auto-Dimming Mirror
99
CHILDMINDER MIRROR (IF EQUIPPED)
99
REAR QUARTER WINDOWS
100
SUN VISORS
100
Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirror
101
MOONROOF (IF EQUIPPED)
101
Opening and Closing the Moonroof
102
Bounce-Back
102
Venting the Moonroof
102
Instrument Cluster
103
GAUGES
103
Battery Voltage Gauge
103
Fuel Gauge
104
Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
104
Engine Oil Pressure Gauge
104
Information Display
104
WARNING LAMPS AND INDICATORS
104
AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND INDICATORS
109
Key In Ignition Warning Chime
109
Headlamps On Warning Chime
109
Parking Brake On Warning Chime
109
Turn Signal Chime
109
Information Displays
110
GENERAL INFORMATION
110
Information Display Controls
110
Info
110
System Check and Vehicle Feature Customization
112
INFORMATION MESSAGES
116
CLOCK
119
Climate Control
120
DUAL AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM WITHOUT HEATED AND COOLED SEATS
120
DUAL AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEM WITH HEATED AND COOLED SEATS
122
AUXILIARY CLIMATE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)
125
GENERAL OPERATING TIPS
125
HEATED WINDOWS AND MIRRORS (IF EQUIPPED)
126
Heated Rear Window
126
Heated Exterior Mirrors (If Equipped)
126
Seats
127
SITTING IN THE CORRECT POSITION
127
HEAD RESTRAINTS
128
POWER SEATS
130
MEMORY FUNCTION
132
Programming Memory Positions
132
Recalling Saved Memory Positions
132
Easy Entry and Exit Feature
133
Climate Controlled Seats (If Equipped)
133
Heated and Ventilated Seats Air Filter Replacement (If Equipped)
134
REAR SEATS
135
Folding Down the 2nd Row 40% Seat System
135
Placing the Second Row Outboard 40% Seats in Cargo Mode
137
Adjusting the Second Row Outboard 40% Seat for E-Z Entry
138
Reclining the Second-Row Outboard 40% Seat Back
140
Adjusting the Second-Row Center 20% Seat (If Equipped)
142
Rear Heated Seats (If Equipped)
142
Third Row Seats
143
Folding Down the Third Row Seats to the Load Floor
143
PowerFold® Third-Row Seat (If Equipped)
144
Universal Garage Door Opener (If Equipped)
146
UNIVERSAL GARAGE DOOR OPENER
146
CAR2U® HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
146
Rolling Code Programming
148
Fixed Code Programming
149
Erasing the Function Button Codes
150
FCC and RSS-210 Industry Canada Compliance
150
HOMELINK® WIRELESS CONTROL SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
150
Programming
151
Erasing the Function Button Codes
153
Reprogramming a single button
153
Programming HomeLink to a Genie Intellicode 2 garage door opener
153
Programing the transmitters
153
Programming HomeLink to the Genie Intellicode garage door opener motor
154
Clearing a HomeLink device
155
FCC and RSS-210 Industry Canada Compliance
155
Auxiliary Power Points
156
AUXILIARY POWER POINTS
156
Locations
156
110 Volt AC Power Point (If Equipped)
157
Storage Compartments
159
CENTER CONSOLE
159
OVERHEAD CONSOLE (IF EQUIPPED)
159
Starting and Stopping the Engine
160
GENERAL INFORMATION
160
IGNITION SWITCH
161
STARTING A GASOLINE ENGINE
161
Failure to Start
162
Stopping the Engine When Your Vehicle is Stationary
162
Stopping the Engine When Your Vehicle is Moving
162
Cold Weather Starting (Flexible Fuel Vehicles Only)
162
If the Engine Fails to Start Using the Preceding Instructions (Flexible Fuel Vehicles Only)
163
Guarding Against Exhaust Fumes
163
Important Ventilating Information
163
ENGINE BLOCK HEATER (IF EQUIPPED)
164
Using the Engine Block Heater
165
Fuel and Refueling
166
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
166
FUEL QUALITY
167
Choosing the Right Fuel (Gasoline Vehicles)
167
Choosing the Right Fuel With a Flex Fuel Vehicle (If Equipped)
168
Octane Recommendations
168
RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
169
Refilling With a Portable Fuel Container
169
REFUELING
170
Easy Fuel® “No Cap” Fuel System
171
FUEL CONSUMPTION
172
Filling the Tank
172
Calculating Fuel Economy
173
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
173
On-board Diagnostics (OBD-II)
175
Readiness for Inspection/Maintenance (I/M) Testing
176
Transmission
177
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
177
Automatic Transmission Adaptive Learning
180
Brake-Shift Interlock – Floor-Shift Transmission
180
If Your Vehicle Gets Stuck in Mud or Snow
182
Four-Wheel Drive (If Equipped)
183
USING FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE (4WD) (if equipped)
183
4WD Indicator Lights
183
4WD switch positions
184
Shifting between system modes
184
How Your Vehicle Differs From Other Vehicles
185
Driving Off-Road With Truck and Utility Vehicles
185
Basic Operating Principles In Special Conditions
186
If your vehicle goes off the edge of the pavement
186
If your vehicle gets stuck
187
Emergency maneuvers
187
Sand
187
Mud and water
188
Driving on hilly or sloping terrain
189
Driving on snow and ice
189
Maintenance and modifications
190
Brakes
191
GENERAL INFORMATION
191
Brake Over Accelerator
191
Anti-Lock Brake System
191
HINTS ON DRIVING WITH ANTI-LOCK BRAKES
192
PARKING BRAKE
192
Traction Control
193
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
193
USING TRACTION CONTROL
193
System indicator lights and messages
193
Stability Control
194
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
194
USING ADVANCETRAC® WITH RSC®
195
Parking Aids
196
SENSING SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
196
Using the Front and Rear Sensing System
197
Rear Sensing System
197
Front Sensing System
198
REAR VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
199
Using the Rear View Camera System
200
Guidelines and the Centerline
201
Rear Camera Delay
201
Cruise Control
202
PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
202
USING CRUISE CONTROL
202
Switching On Cruise Control
202
Setting a Speed
203
Changing the Set Speed
203
Canceling a Set Speed
203
Resuming a Set Speed
203
Switching Off Cruise Control
203
Driving Aids
204
STEERING
204
AUTO LEVELING SUSPENSION SYSTEM (if equipped)
205
Load Carrying
206
ROOF RACKS AND LOAD CARRIERS
206
Adjusting the Crossbars (If Equipped)
206
LOAD LIMIT
207
Vehicle Loading – With and Without a Trailer
207
Special Loading Instructions for Owners of Pick-up Trucks and Utility-type Vehicles
213
CARGO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
214
Cargo Shelf and Divider (If Equipped)
214
POWER DEPLOYABLE RUNNING BOARDS (IF EQUIPPED)
215
Automatic Power Deploy
216
Automatic Power Stow
216
Manual Power Deploy
216
Enable and Disable
216
Bounce-Back
216
Towing
217
TOWING A TRAILER
217
Load Placement
217
TRAILER SWAY CONTROL
218
RECOMMENDED TOWING WEIGHTS
218
ESSENTIAL TOWING CHECKS
220
Trailer Towing Connector (Vehicles with a Trailer Towing Package and 7–Pin Connector)
220
Trailer Hitch Cover
221
Hitches
221
Integrated Hitch Rating
222
Weight-distributing Hitch – Vehicles without Automatic Leveling Suspension
222
Weight-distributing Hitch – Vehicles with Automatic Leveling Suspension
223
Safety Chains
224
Trailer Brakes
224
Trailer Lamps
225
Before Towing a Trailer
225
When Towing a Trailer
225
Launching or Retrieving a Boat or Personal Watercraft (PWC)
226
TRANSPORTING THE VEHICLE
227
TOWING THE VEHICLE ON FOUR WHEELS
228
Emergency Towing
228
Recreational Towing
228
Driving Hints
229
BREAKING-IN
229
ECONOMICAL DRIVING
229
DRIVING THROUGH WATER
230
FLOOR MATS
231
Roadside Emergencies
233
ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
233
Vehicles Sold in the U.S.: Getting Roadside Assistance
233
Vehicles sold in the U.S. : Using roadside assistance
234
Vehicles Sold in Canada: Getting Roadside Assistance
234
Vehicles Sold in Canada: Using Roadside Assistance
234
HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS
234
FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH
235
JUMP-STARTING THE VEHICLE
236
Preparing Your Vehicle
236
Connecting the Jumper Cables
237
Jump Starting
237
Removing the Jumper Cables
238
Customer Assistance
239
GETTING THE SERVICES YOU NEED
239
Away from home
239
Additional assistance
240
IN CALIFORNIA (U.S. ONLY)
241
THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU (BBB) AUTO LINE PROGRAM (U.S. ONLY)
242
UTILIZING THE MEDIATION or ARBITRATION PROGRAM (CANADA ONLY)
243
GETTING ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA
243
ORDERING ADDITIONAL OWNER’S LITERATURE
245
Obtaining a French Owner’s Manual
245
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (U.S. ONLY)
246
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (CANADA ONLY)
246
Fuses
247
CHANGING A FUSE
247
Fuses
247
Standard Fuse Amperage Rating and Color
247
FUSE SPECIFICATION CHART
248
Power Distribution Box
248
Passenger Compartment Fuse Panel
252
Maintenance
256
GENERAL INFORMATION
256
Working with the Engine Off
257
Working with the Engine On
257
OPENING AND CLOSING THE HOOD
257
UNDER HOOD OVERVIEW
258
5.4L V8
258
ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK
259
ENGINE OIL CHECK
259
Adding Engine Oil
260
ENGINE COOLANT CHECK
260
Checking the Engine Coolant
260
Adding Engine Coolant
261
Recycled Engine Coolant
262
Severe Climates
262
What You Should Know About Fail-Safe Cooling
263
How Fail-Safe Cooling Works
263
When Fail-Safe Mode is Activated
264
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID CHECK
264
BRAKE FLUID CHECK
265
POWER STEERING FLUID CHECK
265
FUEL FILTER
265
WASHER FLUID CHECK
265
CHANGING THE VEHICLE BATTERY
266
CHECKING THE WIPER BLADES
268
CHANGING THE WIPER BLADES
268
Changing the Rear Window Wiper Blade
269
AIR FILTER CHECK
269
Changing the Air Filter Element
270
ADJUSTING THE HEADLAMPS
272
Vertical Aim Adjustment
272
CHANGING A BULB
273
Lamp Assembly Condensation
273
Replacing HID Headlamp Bulbs
274
Replacing Front Parking Lamp, Turn Signal, and Side Marker Bulbs
274
Replacing Fog Lamp Bulbs
275
Replacing Tail, Stop, Turn Signal, and Backup Lamp Bulbs
275
Replacing Supplemental Tail Lamp Bulbs
276
Replacing License Plate Lamp Bulbs
276
Replacing the High-Mount Brake Lamp Bulbs
277
Replacing Approach Lamp/Mirror Turn Signal Bulbs
277
BULB SPECIFICATION CHART
277
Vehicle Care
279
GENERAL INFORMATION
279
CLEANING PRODUCTS
279
CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
279
Stripes or Graphics (if equipped)
280
Exterior Chrome
280
Underbody
280
Cleaning Plastic Exterior Parts
281
WAXING
281
REPAIRING MINOR PAINT DAMAGE
281
CLEANING THE ENGINE
282
CLEANING THE WINDOWS AND WIPER BLADES
282
CLEANING THE INTERIOR
283
CLEANING THE CLIMATE CONTROLLED SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
283
CLEANING THE INSTRUMENT PANEL AND INSTRUMENT CLUSTER LENS
284
CLEANING LEATHER SEATS (IF EQUIPPED)
285
CLEANING THE ALLOY WHEELS
285
VEHICLE STORAGE
286
Removing Vehicle from Storage
287
Wheels and Tires
288
GENERAL INFORMATION
288
Notice to Utility Vehicle, Van and Truck Owners
288
Four-Wheel Drive System (If Equipped)
288
How Your Vehicle Differs from Other Vehicles
289
TIRE CARE
290
Information About Uniform Tire Quality Grading
290
Treadwear
291
Traction AA A B C
291
Temperature A B C
291
Glossary of Tire Terminology
292
INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THE TIRE SIDEWALL
293
Information on P Type Tires
293
Additional Information Contained on the Tire Sidewall for LT Type Tires
296
Information on T Type Tires
297
Location of the Tire Label
297
INFLATING YOUR TIRES
298
Inspecting Your Tires and Wheel Valve Stems
300
Tire Wear
300
Damage
301
U.S. DOT Tire Identification Number
301
Tire Replacement Requirements
302
Safety Practices
303
Highway Hazards
304
Tire and Wheel Alignment
304
Tire Rotation
304
USING SNOW CHAINS
305
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM
306
Changing Tires with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System
307
Understanding Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System
308
When your temporary spare tire is installed
308
When you believe your system is not operating properly
308
When inflating your tires
310
How temperature affects your tire pressure
310
CHANGING A ROAD WHEEL
311
Dissimilar Spare Tire and Wheel Assembly Information
311
Tire Change Procedure
313
Stowing the Spare Tire
318
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
319
Wheel Lug Nut Torque Specifications
319
Capacities and Specifications
320
ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
320
Engine Drivebelt Routing
320
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
321
MOTORCRAFT® PART NUMBERS
325
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
325
VEHICLE CERTIFICATION LABEL
326
TRANSMISSION CODE DESIGNATION
327
Accessories
328
ACCESSORIES
328
Exterior style
328
Interior style
328
Lifestyle
328
Peace of mind
328
Ford Extended Service Plan
330
FORD ESP EXTENDED SERVICE PLANS
330
SERVICE PLANS (U.S. only)
330
Ford ESP can quickly pay for itself
330
covered components
330
Rental Car Reimbursement
330
Roadside Assistance
331
Transferable Coverage
331
Avoid the Rising cost of vehicle maintenance
331
Interest Free Financing Options Available
331
SERVICE PLANS (CANADA ONLY)
332
Audio System
333
GENERAL INFORMATION
333
Radio Frequencies and Reception Factors
333
CD and CD Player Information
333
MP3 Track and Folder Structure
334
AM/FM/CD WITH SYNC®
335
REAR AUDIO CONTROLS
338
Switching the Rear Audio Controls On
339
Parental Control
339
Switching Dual Play Mode On
340
Switching Off Dual Play Mode
340
Using Dual Play Mode with Headphones
340
SATELLITE RADIO INFORMATION (IF EQUIPPED)
341
Satellite Radio Channels
341
Satellite Radio Reception Factors
341
Sirius Satellite Radio Service
341
Satellite Radio Electronic Serial Number (ESN)
342
Troubleshooting
342
AUXILIARY INPUT JACK
343
USB PORT (IF EQUIPPED)
345
REAR SEAT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)
345
Important Notice
346
Safety Precaution
347
Wireless Headphones
347
Wired Headphones
347
A/V Input
347
Wireless FM Transmitter
348
How to use the FM Transmitter
348
Console Controls
348
Remote Control
350
Installing the Battery
350
Button Function Descriptions
351
Turning the Device On and Off
353
DVD Basics
354
Regional Coding
354
Loading and Playing Discs
354
Notes
354
How to Use the DVD On-screen Display Menus
355
General Setup
355
OSD Language
355
Angle Mark
355
Audio Setup
355
Speaker Setup
355
Quality Setup
356
Video Quality Setup
356
Video Quality
356
How to Use the Device On-screen Display Menus
356
Audio
356
Subtitle
357
Disc Menu
357
Parental
357
Password
357
Default
357
Playing an Audio CD
358
Playing an MP3 Disc
358
Selecting Folders and Songs
358
Skipping Songs
358
Selecting a Play Mode
359
Order of Tracks
359
Controls
359
Connecting an MP3 Device
360
Using a USB Cable
360
Charging the MP3 Player Battery
360
Using an A/V Cable
360
Troubleshooting
360
Compliance Information
362
FCC Notice
362
Macrovision Notice
362
Warranty
363
SYNC®
365
GENERAL INFORMATION
366
Support
366
SYNC Owner Account
366
Driving Restrictions
366
Safety Information
366
Privacy Information
367
USING VOICE RECOGNITION
368
Initiating a Voice Session
368
System Interaction and Feedback
369
Adjusting the Interaction Level
369
Helpful Hints
370
USING SYNC WITH YOUR PHONE
370
Pairing a Phone for the First Time
371
Pairing Subsequent Phones
371
Phone Voice Commands
372
Making Calls
374
Receiving Calls
374
Phone Options during an Active Call
374
Accessing Features through the Phone Menu
376
Text Messaging
377
Receiving a Text Message
378
Sending, Downloading and Deleting Your Text Messages
378
Accessing Your Phone Settings
380
System Settings
382
Bluetooth Devices Menu Options
382
Advanced Menu Options
383
SYNC APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES (IF EQUIPPED)
384
911 Assist®
385
Setting 911 Assist On
386
In the Event of a Crash
386
911 Assist May Not Work If
387
911 Assist Privacy Notice
387
Vehicle Health Report
387
Vehicle Health Report Privacy Notice
389
SYNC Services: Traffic, Directions & Information (TDI)
389
Connecting to SYNC Services Using Voice Commands
390
Connecting to SYNC Services Using the Navigation Screen
391
Receiving Turn-by-Turn Directions
391
Disconnecting from SYNC Services
392
SYNC AppLink™
393
To Access Using the Phone Menu
393
To Access Using the Media Menu
393
To Access Using the Navigation Screen (If Equipped)
393
To Access Using Voice Commands
394
USING SYNC WITH YOUR MEDIA PLAYER
394
Connecting Your Digital Media Player via the USB Port
394
What’s Playing?
395
Media Voice Commands
395
Media Menu Features
397
Accessing Your Play Menu
399
System Settings
401
Bluetooth Devices Menu Options
402
Advanced Menu Options
403
TROUBLESHOOTING
404
Navigation System (If Equipped)
413
NAVIGATION CONTROLS
413
DISPLAY MODE
415
Display Mode Voice Commands
415
STATUS BARS
416
Customizing Your Home Screen
416
Loading Photos
417
Editing and Deleting Photos
417
Using the Touch-sensitive Controls on Your System
418
Cleaning the Touchscreen Display
418
USING VOICE RECOGNITION
418
How To Use Voice Commands with Your System
419
Helpful Hints
419
Voice Settings
420
SYSTEM MENU FEATURES
420
ENTERTAINMENT
424
AM/FM Radio
424
Audio and Radio Voice Commands
425
HD Radio™ Information (If Available)
427
HD Radio Reception and Station Troubleshooting
429
HD Radio Voice Commands
431
Sirius® Satellite Radio (If Activated)
432
Sirius® Satellite Radio Voice Commands
434
Sirius® Information
435
CD
437
CD Voice Commands
438
MP3
438
DVD
439
Disc Voice Commands
440
DVD Voice Commands
441
Video CD Voice Commands
441
Jukebox
442
Recording Music to Your Jukebox
442
Accessing the Music in Your Jukebox
442
Creating a Playlist
444
Jukebox Voice Commands
444
User Device
445
Line In (Auxiliary Input Jack)
445
INFORMATION
445
Where Am I?
445
Sirius® Travel Link™
445
Sirius Travel Link Voice Commands
446
Calendar
447
System Information
448
Help
448
SOUND
449
NAVIGATION SYSTEM
449
Disclaimer
449
Route Guidance in Incompletely Mapped Areas
450
Programming a Destination Using the Touchscreen
450
Programming a Destination Using Voice Commands
457
POI Categories
457
Setting Your Navigation Preferences
458
Map Mode
462
Map Icons
463
Map Scale
464
Map Scrolling
464
Quick-touch Buttons
465
Navigation Map Updates
466
Navigation Voice Commands
466
Troubleshooting
467
Appendices
469
GENERAL INFORMATION
469
SYNC® End User License Agreement (EULA)
469
Adobe
474
End user notice
474
Microsoft® Windows® Mobile for Automotive Important Safety Information
474
General operation
475
Map Data DVD End User License Terms
476
Terms and Conditions
477
FCC Compliance
479
Gracenote® Copyright
479
Gracenote® End User License Agreement (EULA)
479
Scheduled Maintenance
482
GENERAL MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
482
Why Maintain Your Vehicle?
482
Why Maintain Your Vehicle at Your Dealership?
482
Factory-Trained Technicians
482
Genuine Ford and Motorcraft® Replacement Parts
482
Convenience
483
Protecting Your Investment
483
Additives and Chemicals
483
Oils, Fluids and Flushing
484
Owner Checks and Services
484
Multi-point Inspection
485
NORMAL SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE AND LOG
487
Maintenance Schedule Log
489
SPECIAL OPERATING CONDITIONS
492
Special Operating Condition Log
495
EXCEPTIONS
497
ENGINE COOLANT CHANGE RECORD
498
Engine Coolant Change Log
498
Index
499

FAQ about the 2014 Lincoln Navigator Manual

What contains the 2014 Navigator manual?

The Lincoln Navigator owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Lincoln to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Lincoln Navigator. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Lincoln Navigator 2014 owner's manual:

  • Warranty Information, about the vehicle's warranty coverage
  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Lincoln Navigator owners can do
  • Best practice for driving your Lincoln Navigator
  • Fuel Information, with recommended fuel type and fuel tank capacity

Where to download the 2014 Lincoln Navigator Owners Manual?

The Lincoln Navigator owner manual for the 2014 model year is to be found on this page.

Is the manual for the Lincoln Navigator year 2014 free?

Yes, the owner manual for the model year 2014 is free, but the repair manuals are usually not easy to get and may cost more.

The Lincoln Navigator (2014) owner's manual is available in English?

Yes, the owner's manual for the model year 2014 is available in English.

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