Memory feature (seat, mirrors and steering column)

Memory feature (seat, mirrors and steering column)  - Remote entry system - Locks and Security - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

The intelligent access key (IA key) allows you to recall the memory seat/power mirrors/steering column feature.

Press access to recall memory and or activate intelligent access to recall memory and automatically move the seat, power mirrors and steering column to the desired 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 ignition is switched out of off (if easy entry feature is enabled).

Programming the memory feature to the transmitter

To activate this feature:

1. Move the driver seat, power mirrors and steering column to the desired positions using the associated controls.
2. Press and hold button 1 for five seconds. A tone will be heard after about two seconds confirming memory position has been set.

Continue to hold until a second tone is heard after five seconds.
3. Within three seconds press 4. Wait 10 seconds, then press ..
4. Wait 10 seconds, then press 5. Repeat this procedure for.
5. Repeat this procedure for memory 2 and another transmitter if desired.

Deprogramming the memory feature from the transmitter

Deprogramming the memory feature from the transmitter

To deactivate this feature:

1. Press and hold either the 1 or 2 button for five seconds. A tone will be heard after 11⁄2 seconds when the memory store is done, continue to hold until a second tone is heard after five seconds.
2. Within three seconds press the 3. Repeat this procedure for each additional transmitter if desired..
3. Repeat this procedure for each additional transmitter if desired.

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