Memory feature (if equipped)

Memory feature (if equipped)  - Front seats - Seating and Safety Restraints - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

This system allows automatic positioning of the driver seat, power mirrors and power tilt/telescopic steering column (if equipped) to two programmable positions.

The memory seat control is located on the instrument panel.

 To program position 1, move the

To program position 1, move the appropriate features to the desired positions using the associated controls. Press and hold button 1 for at least two seconds. A chime will sound confirming that a memory position has been set.
To program position 2, repeat the previous procedure using button 2.

A memory position may be programmed at any time.

To program the memory feature to a remote entry transmitter, refer to Remote entry system in the Locks and Security chapter.

A programmed memory position can be recalled:

in any gearshift position if the ignition is not on.
only in P (Park) or N (Neutral) if the ignition is on.

The memory positions are also recalled when you press your remote entry transmitter (if the transmitter is programmed (unlock) control (if the transmitter is programmed to a memory position) or, when you enter a valid personal entry code that is programmed to a memory position. The mirrors will move to the programmed position and the seat will move to the easy entry position.

The seat will move to the final position when the key is in the ignition (if easy entry feature is enabled).

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