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Lincoln Nautilus: Instrumentation, Message Center and Warning Chimes / Message Center - Overview. Description and Operation


The message center is an integral part of the IPC that receives and acts upon much of the same information that is input and used to operate the IPC (gauges, informational indicators, and warning indicators). The message center uses both hardwired and network-based inputs to receive information. The message center functionality is controlled through the message center switch (part of the LH steering wheel switch).

Whenever conditions are present that require a warning message, the message center replaces the last selected display with the new warning display. Once the message is reset or cleared, the message center returns to the last selected display. If multiple warnings are present, the message center rotates through the messages, displaying each warning for approximately 4 seconds. Warning messages are also generally associated with other observable outputs of the IPC (gauges, informational indicators and RTT (message center) indicators). For example, when the BCM detects a low brake fluid condition, the BCM sends the IPC a request through the GWM to illuminate the brake warning indicator and a request to display the LOW BRAKE FLUID message in the message center. This allows the message center to be a more informative supplement to the IPC gauges and indicators.

The system warning messages alert the operator to possible concerns or malfunctions in the vehicle operating systems. System warning messages can be stand-alone messages, but are often associated with another form of indication, such as a gauge or an indicator. The message center displays the last selected feature if there are no additional warning messages. Once a warning message has been displayed, the message must be acknowledged to allow full functionality of the message center by pressing the OK button to acknowledge and clear the warning message. For a complete list of warning messages displayed, refer to the message center section of the Owner's Literature.

    Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) - System Operation and Component Description. Description and Operation


    Message Center - System Operation and Component Description. Description and Operation

    System Operation System Diagram Item Description 1 Message center display 2 ABS module 3 IPC 4 BCM 5 GWM 6 Washer fluid level switch 7 SODR 8 Fuel pump and sender unit 9 IPMA 10 PAM 11 Engine oil pressure sensor 12 HVAC module 13 SODL 14 Fuel level sensor ..

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    Lincoln Nautilus 2018-2024 Service Manual: Inspection and Repair after a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) Deployment. General Procedures

    Inspection   WARNING: If a vehicle has been in a crash, inspect the Restraints Control Module (RCM) and impact sensor mounting areas for any damage or deformation. Also inspect the related components for any cracks, damage, or loose fasteners. If the mounting area is damaged, restore the area(s) to the original production configuration. After repairing the mounting area(s), the orig..

    Lincoln Nautilus 2018-2024 Service Manual: Diagnostic Trouble Code Charts. Diagnosis and Testing

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    Locating the Pre-Collision Assist Sensors

    Lincoln Nautilus. Locating the Pre-Collision Assist Sensors

    Camera. Radar sensor (if equipped).

    If a message regarding a blocked sensor or camera appears in the information display, something is obstructing the radar signals or camera images. The radar sensor is behind the fascia cover in the center of the lower grille. With a blocked sensor or camera, the system may not function, or performance may reduce. See Pre-Collision Assist – Information Messages.

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