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Lincoln Nautilus: Electric Parking Brake / What Is the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake in an Emergency. Manually Releasing the Electric Parking Brake

Lincoln Nautilus 2018-2022 Owners Manual / Electric Parking Brake / What Is the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake in an Emergency. Manually Releasing the Electric Parking Brake

What Is the Electric Parking Brake

The electric parking brake is used to hold your vehicle on slopes and flat roads.

Applying the Electric Parking Brake

WARNING: Always fully apply the parking brake and make sure you shift into park (P). Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury or death.

WARNING: If you drive extended distances with the parking brake applied, you could cause damage to the brake system.

WARNING: The electric parking brake does not operate if the vehicle battery has run out of charge.

Lincoln Nautilus. What Is the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake. Applying the Electric Parking Brake in an Emergency. Manually Releasing the Electric Parking Brake The electronic parking brake switch is on the center console.

  1. Pull the switch up.

The red warning lamp flashes during operation and illuminates when the parking brake is applied.

Note: You can apply the electric parking brake when the power is off.

Note: The electric parking brake could apply when you shift into park (P). See Park (P).

Applying the Electric Parking Brake in an Emergency

You can use the electric parking brake to slow or stop your vehicle in an emergency.

  1. Pull the switch up and hold it.

The electric parking brake continues to slow your vehicle down unless you release the switch.

The red warning lamp illuminates, a tone sounds and the stoplamps turn on when you use the electric parking brake in an emergency.

Note: Do not apply the electric parking brake when your vehicle is moving, except in an emergency.

Manually Releasing the Electric Parking Brake

  1. Switch the ignition on.
  2. Press and hold the brake pedal.
  3. Push the switch down.

The red warning lamp turns off.

Pulling Away on a Hill When Towing a Trailer

  1. Press and hold the brake pedal.
  2. Pull the switch upward and hold it.
  3. Shift into gear.
  4. Press the accelerator pedal until engine has developed sufficient torque to prevent your vehicle from rolling down the hill.
  5. Release the switch and pull away in a normal manner.

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