Unlocking the doors/two-stage unlock

Unlocking the doors/two-stage unlock  - Remote entry system - Locks and Security - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

Press the doors. and release to unlock all the doors.

Note: The interior lamps and parking lamps will illuminate.

The remote entry system activates the illuminated entry feature; this feature turns on the lamps for 25 seconds or until the ignition is turned on.

The battery saver feature will turn off the interior lamps 10 minutes after the ignition is turned off.

If two-stage unlocking is enabled:

1. Press drivers door. and release to unlock the drivers door.

Note: The interior lamps and parking lamps will illuminate.

2. Press three seconds to unlock all the and release again within three seconds to unlock all the doors.

Two-stage unlocking may be disabled or enabled by simultaneously pressing the controls on the transmitter for and four seconds controls on the transmitter for four seconds (disabling two stage unlock allows all vehicle doors to unlock simultaneously). The parking lamps will illuminate twice to indicate that two-stage unlock was enabled or disabled. The unlocking mode will be applied to remote entry, keyless entry and intelligent access.

Two-stage unlocking may also be disabled or enabled through the message center if this is an available message center option or by your authorized dealer. Refer to Message center in the Instrument Cluster chapter.

When two-stage unlocking is disabled, intelligent access at the drivers door results in an unlock of all doors (not just the driver door).

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