1 201 5 MKC. FJ7J 19A321 AA. 2 01 5 M K C. O w n e r 's M a n u a l Preproduction model shown O w n e r 's M a n u a l Preproduction model shown March 2014. First Printing Owner's Manual Lincoln MKC. Litho in The information contained in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. In the interest of continuous development, we reserve the right to change specifications, design or equipment at any time without notice or obligation. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language in any form by any means without our written permission. Errors and omissions excepted. Ford Motor Company 2014. All rights reserved. Part Number: 20140307205749. Table of Contents Introduction Safety Belts Keys and Remote Controls About This Principle of General Information on Radio Symbols Fastening the Safety Data Safety Belt Height Remote California Proposition Safety Belt Warning Lamp and Indicator Replacing a Lost Key or Remote Lincoln Automotive Financial Safety Belt Child Restraint and Safety Belt MyKey.
2 Replacement Parts Principle of Special Creating a Mobile Communications Personal Safety System Clearing All Export Unique Personal Safety System ..46 Checking MyKey System Using MyKey With Remote Start Supplementary Restraints At a Glance System MyKey At a Principle of Driver and Passenger Locks Child Safety Front Passenger Sensing Locking and General Side Manual Installing Child Driver Knee Power Booster Safety Canopy ..53 Keyless Child Seat Crash Sensors and Airbag Child Safety Airbag 1. MKC (TME), enUSA. Table of Contents Security Daytime Running Climate Control Passive Anti-Theft Automatic High Beam Automatic Climate Anti-Theft Direction Hints on Controlling the Interior Welcome Steering Wheel Interior Heated Windows and Adjusting the Steering Ambient Cabin Air Audio Remote Voice Windows and Mirrors Cruise Power Seats Information Display Global Opening and Sitting in the Correct Heated Steering Exterior Head Interior Power Wipers and Washers Sun Memory Windshield Rear Heated Windshield Instrument Cluster Climate Controlled Rear Window Wiper and Rear Seat Warning Lamps and Lighting Audible Warnings and Universal Garage Door Opener Lighting Universal Garage Door Information Displays Instrument Lighting General Auxiliary Power Points Headlamp Exit Information Auxiliary Power 2.
3 MKC (TME), enUSA. Table of Contents Storage Compartments All-Wheel Drive Cruise Control Center Using All-Wheel Principle of Overhead Using Cruise Ticket Brakes Using Adaptive Cruise General Starting and Stopping the Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Driving Aids Engine Driver General Electric Parking Lane Keeping Keyless Hill Start Blind Spot Information Starting a Gasoline Engine Block Traction Control Collision Warning Principle of Drive Fuel and Refueling Using Traction Safety Load Carrying Fuel Stability Control Rear Under Floor Running Out of Principle of Luggage Using Stability Roof Racks and Load Fuel Load Emission Control Parking Aids Parking Towing Transmission Active Park Towing a Automatic Rear View Trailer Sway Recommended Towing 3. MKC (TME), enUSA. Table of Contents Essential Towing Utilizing the Mediation/Arbitration Program Engine Coolant Transporting the (Canada Only)..257 Automatic Transmission Fluid Towing the Vehicle on Four Getting Assistance Outside the and Brake Fluid Power Steering Fluid Ordering Additional Owner's Driving Hints Washer Fluid Reporting Safety Defects ( Only).
4 259 Fuel Economical Reporting Safety Defects (Canada Changing the 12V Driving Through Only)..260 Checking the Wiper Floor Changing the Wiper Fuses Adjusting the Roadside Emergencies Fuse Specification Removing a Roadside Changing a Changing a Hazard Warning Bulb Specification Fuel Maintenance Changing the Engine Air Jump Starting the General Post-Crash Alert Opening and Closing the Vehicle Care Under Hood Overview - General Customer Assistance EcoBoost ..280 Cleaning Getting the Services You Under Hood Overview - Cleaning the EcoBoost ..282. In California ( Only)..255 Engine Oil The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Auto Cleaning the Line Program ( Only)..256 Engine Oil Cleaning the Windows and Wiper Oil Change Indicator 4. MKC (TME), enUSA. Table of Contents Cleaning the Audio System Scheduled Maintenance Cleaning the Instrument Panel and General General Maintenance Instrument Cluster Audio unit - Vehicles With: Premium AM/ Normal Scheduled Cleaning Leather Special Operating Conditions Scheduled Repairing Minor Paint Media Cleaning the Alloy Scheduled Maintenance Vehicle MyLincoln Touch.
5 General Wheels and Tires General Tire Using Snow Tire Pressure Monitoring Changing a Road Technical Accessories Capacities and Specifications Engine Motorcraft Appendices Vehicle Identification End User License Vehicle Certification Transmission Code Extended Service Plan (ESP). Technical Extended Service Plan (ESP)..448. 5. MKC (TME), enUSA. 6. MKC (TME), enUSA. Introduction ABOUT THIS MANUAL Note: This manual describes product features and options available throughout Thank you for choosing Lincoln. We the range of available models, sometimes recommend that you take some time to get even before they are generally available. It to know your vehicle by reading this manual. may describe options not fitted to your The more that you know about it, the greater vehicle. the safety and pleasure you will get from Note: Some of the illustrations in this manual driving it. may be used for different models, so may WARNING appear different to you on your vehicle.
6 However, the essential information in the E154903. Driving while distracted can result in illustrations is always correct. loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. A Right-hand side We strongly recommend that you use Note: Always use and operate your vehicle extreme caution when using any device that in line with all applicable laws and B Left-hand side may take your focus off the road. Your regulations. primary responsibility is the safe operation Note: Pass on this manual when selling your Protecting the Environment of your vehicle. We recommend against the vehicle. It is an integral part of the vehicle. use of any handheld device while driving and You must play your part in protecting the This manual may qualify the location of a environment. Correct vehicle usage and the encourage the use of voice-operated component as left-hand side or right-hand authorized disposal of waste, cleaning and systems when possible. Make sure you are side.
7 The side is determined when facing lubrication materials are significant steps aware of all applicable local laws that may forward in the seat. toward this aim. affect the use of electronic devices while driving. SYMBOLS GLOSSARY. These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle. 7. MKC (TME), enUSA. Introduction Safety alert Cabin air filter Engine coolant temperature See Owner's Manual Check fuel cap Engine oil Air conditioning system Child safety door lock or unlock Explosive gas E162384. Anti-lock braking system Child seat lower anchor Fan warning Avoid smoking, flames or sparks Child seat tether anchor Fasten safety belt Battery Cruise control Front airbag E71340. Battery acid Do not open when hot Front fog lamps Brake fluid - non petroleum based Engine air filter Fuel pump reset Brake system Engine coolant Fuse compartment 8. MKC (TME), enUSA. Introduction Hazard warning flashers Note operating instructions Shield the eyes E167012.
8 Heated rear window Panic alarm Stability control Heated windshield Parking aid Windshield wash and wipe E91392 E139213. Interior luggage compartment Parking brake release DATA RECORDING. Jack Power steering fluid Service Data Recording Service data recorders in your vehicle are Keep out of reach of children Power windows front/rear capable of collecting and storing diagnostic E161353 information about your vehicle. This Lighting control potentially includes information about the Power window lockout performance or status of various systems and modules in the vehicle, such as engine, Low tire pressure warning throttle, steering or brake systems. In order Service engine soon to properly diagnose and service your vehicle, Ford Motor Company, Ford of Maintain correct fluid level Canada, and service and repair facilities may Side airbag access or share among them vehicle diagnostic information received through a direct connection to your vehicle when diagnosing or servicing your vehicle.
9 9. MKC (TME), enUSA. Introduction Additionally, when your vehicle is in for The event data recorder in this vehicle is Note: Event data recorder data is recorded service or repair, Ford Motor Company, Ford designed to record such data as: by your vehicle only if a non-trivial crash of Canada, and service and repair facilities How various systems in your vehicle situation occurs; no data is recorded by the may access or share among them data for were operating; event data recorder under normal driving vehicle improvement purposes. For only conditions and no personal data or (if equipped), if you choose to use the SYNC Whether or not the driver and information ( , name, gender, age, and Vehicle Health Report, you consent that passenger safety belts were crash location) is recorded (see limitations certain diagnostic information may also be buckled/fastened; regarding 911 Assist and Traffic, directions accessed electronically by Ford Motor How far (if at all) the driver was and Information privacy below).
10 However, Company and Ford authorized service depressing the accelerator and/or the parties, such as law enforcement, could facilities, and that the diagnostic information brake pedal; and combine the event data recorder data with may be used for any purpose. See How fast the vehicle was traveling; and the type of personally identifying data MyLincoln Touch (page 350). Where the driver was positioning the routinely acquired during a crash steering wheel. investigation. Event Data Recording This data can help provide a better To read data recorded by an event data This vehicle is equipped with an event data understanding of the circumstances in recorder, special equipment is required, recorder. The main purpose of an event which crashes and injuries occur. and access to the vehicle or the event data data recorder is to record, in certain crash recorder is needed. In addition to the or near crash-like situations, such as an vehicle manufacturer, other parties, such airbag deployment or hitting a road as law enforcement, that have such special obstacle; this data will assist in equipment, can read the information if they understanding how a vehicle's systems have access to the vehicle or the event data performed.