APA finished

APA finished  - Automatic steering into parking space - Driving - Lincoln MKS Owners Manual - Lincoln MKS

When active park assist has completed the automated steering, the message center displays ACTIVE PARK FINISHED followed by a chime.

The driver is responsible to assess and correct as necessary the final

The driver is responsible to assess and correct as necessary the final parking position and put the vehicle in P (Park).

The system can also be deactivated at any time by the following:

Pressing the APA control switch
Grabbing the steering wheel
Exceeding a vehicle speed of 18 mph (30 km/h) for 30 seconds during active park searching
Exceeding a vehicle speed of 6 mph (10 km/h) during automatic steering
Deactivating the AdvanceTrac system or the system has activated on a slippery or loose surface
ABS activation or failure
Any door (except the drivers door) opens
Something touching the steering wheel

If a fault is present in the system, the message ACTIVE PARK FAULT will be displayed followed by a chime. Contact an authorized dealer to have your vehicle serviced.

The system should not be used if:

a foreign object (i.e. bike rack, trailer, etc.) is attached to the front or rear of the vehicle or at another location close to the sensors.
the front bumper or side sensors are damaged (i.e. in a collision) or obstructed by a foreign object (i.e. front bumper cover).
a mini-spare tire is used.

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