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Lincoln Nautilus: Personal Profiles

How Do Personal Profiles Work

This feature allows you to create multiple personal profiles enabling users to personalize vehicle’s settings such as seats and mirrors, as well as non-positional settings like radio, navigation, driver assist system settings. Positional settings are saved by holding a memory seat button. Non-positional settings are saved you change a setting while a profile is active. You can create one profile for each preset memory seat button along with a guest profile.

Recalling and Changing a Profile

You can recall a profile using the touchscreen or the preset button you selected when you created your profile. You can also link a remote control and a mobile device to your profile, which are used to recall it.

Enabling or Disabling Personal Profiles

When you switch on the Personal Profiles feature:

  1. Unlocking a door with a remote control or mobile device that is not linked to a driver profile does not change the active profile, but remains in the last known profile. It does not change the positional settings.
  2. Pressing a memory seat button that is not linked to a driver profile or saved to a preset setting does not change the active profile, but remains in the last known profile. It does not change the positional settings.
  3. Pressing a memory seat button that is not linked to a driver profile but is saved to a preset setting does not change the active profile, but remains in the last known profile. It recalls the positional settings that you saved to that memory seat button.

When you switch off a Personal Profiles feature:

  • Unlocking a door with a remote control or mobile device does not recall any non-positional settings but still recalls positional settings from the driver profile which the remote control or mobile device is linked to.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that is not linked to a driver profile or saved to a preset setting recalls non-positional settings from the guest profile. It does not change the positional settings.
  • Pressing a memory seat button that is linked to a driver profile or has saved to a preset setting recalls non-positional settings from the guest profile. It recalls the positional settings that you saved to that memory seat button.

Creating a Personal Profile

Use the touchscreen to create a personal profile.

  1. Switch the vehicle on and leave the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Select the Personal Profiles button under Settings.
  3. Follow the instructions on the display.

Linking or Unlinking a Personal Profile to a Remote Control

You can save preset memory positions for up to three remote controls by assigning a remote control to a personal profile using the touchscreen.

Use the touchscreen to link a remote control to a personal profile.

  1. Switch the vehicle on and leave the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Select the Personal Profiles button under Settings.
  3. Touch the arrow for the profile you wish to link to a remote control.
  4. Select remote control.
  5. Follow the instructions on the display.

Note: If more than one linked remote control is in range, the memory function moves to the settings of the first key to initiate a memory recall.

Note: The guest profile consists of existing settings when there is no driver profile created. After you create a driver profile, the guest profile serves as an additional driver profile.

Note: You cannot link a remote control to a guest profile.

Linking or Unlinking a Personal Profile to a Device

Use the touchscreen to link a mobile device to a personal profile.

  1. Switch the vehicle on and leave the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Select the Personal Profiles button under Settings.
  3. Touch the arrow for the profile you wish to link to a mobile device.
  4. Select mobile device.
  5. Follow the instructions on the display.

Note: To successfully link a mobile device, the mobile device must be in your vehicle, and must have previously been setup as a remote control for your vehicle.

Note: The guest profile consists of existing settings when there is no driver profile created. After you create a driver profile, the guest profile serves as an additional driver profile.

Note: You cannot link a personalized name to a guest profile.

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