Remote start climate operation (if equipped)

Remote start climate operation (if equipped)  - Climate Controls - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

The climate control system will condition the cabin temperature during remote start. Engine idle may increase to help with adjusting the cabin temperature.

Note: No climate control adjustments will be recognized during remote start operation and none of the climate function indicators will be illuminated while the vehicle is in remote start. Once the ignition is cycled to the on position, the climate control system will return to the previous settings (last ignition-on cycle) and adjustments can be made normally. If the previous setting was off, the climate control system will turn off.

If you previously had any of the following activated: heated seats (if equipped), cooled seats (if equipped), heated steering wheel (if equipped), heated mirrors (if equipped), or rear defrost, they will not return to their previous settings (on) when the ignition is turned on and will need to be re-activated if desired.

For more information on remote start climate settings and options, refer to Message Center in the Instrument Cluster chapter.

Automatic climate control

For hot weather conditions:

Х The interior cabin will be set to 72∞F (22∞C).
Х The cooled seats (if equipped and if the feature is selected to AUTO in the message center) will be set to high.

For cold weather conditions:

Х The interior cabin will be set to 72∞F (22∞C).
Х The heated seats (if equipped and if the feature is selected to AUTO in the message center) will be set to high.
Х Rear defrost/heated mirrors (if equipped) will be activated.

For moderate weather conditions:
Х The interior cabin will be heated, cooled, or off, based upon the previous operating state (last ignition-on cycle).
Х Heated/cooled seats (if equipped) will be deactivated.
Х Rear defrost/heated mirrors (if equipped) will be deactivated.

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