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  2. Ok, it's that time of year again. When does the Oakville plant start producing the 2020 model? And when can we start to see them at the dealers and on the build and price section of Lincoln.com.? Thanks for any information you have.
  3. Today
  4. thisguy159

    Update to Android Auto with Sync3

    That is absolutely not the case if it's not showing its something to do with your phone. Waze like before is supported. That may be a work around but not the norm. You may want to clear cache and storage on Waze and or Android auto ...also may want to tray to clear cache in Google play services.
  5. MKXMark

    Power Transfer Unit Leaking

    Do you have an extended warranty or is Ford just covering it?
  6. akirby

    Update to Android Auto with Sync3

    Waze must already be running on your phone before you plug it in. If it's still not working try rebooting the phone and restarting Waze and make sure you have the latest version of Waze.
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  8. KS49

    Update to Android Auto with Sync3

    PC- quick question about waze. My 16 mkx no longer recognizes waze thus will not put it in the app list. When i looked on Lincoln's site at what apps are supported by sync3, Waze is no longer there. Are you still able to use Waze on your navi?
  9. enigma-2

    Power Transfer Unit Leaking

    Sorry, missed your question until today. I had to look it up. It was 115,429. (It's a 2009). They replaced it with a new design, larger sump, bigger bearing. Think that's what they told me.
  10. enigma-2

    Rain-sensing wipers

    So if the rain sensing feature is set to "off", and there is no intermittent cycles, what happens if you turn the front wiper control to, say, mid way? BTW, I would try turning off the courtesy wipe and see if they still operate this way. (Just as a test.)
  11. enigma-2

    Backup Camera

    Ever figure this out? If not, easy process, go to the system settings, choose "vehicle", and then "rear view camera". You can turn the guidelines back on.
  12. enigma-2

    2008 MKX Securilock system

    Hey Larry, did lubing the hood switch fix the non-starting issue?
  13. Yesterday
  14. gags

    Rain-sensing wipers

    Both controls are set to “0”.
  15. enigma-2

    Rain-sensing wipers

    I'm having trouble seeing your pic. Are BOTH controls set to 0 or just the inside one (which controls to rear wiper)?
  16. enigma-2

    sorry don't know how to delete

    Tires are everything when it comes to noise. I ran Bridgestone Dueler Ecopia's. Quiet and smooth. (But I'm running 20" wheels with AWD. Another good time for your 08 would be BF Goodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT or the MIchelin Crossclimate SUV tire. All of these will set you back between $170 and $200 each, but you get what you pay for.
  17. enigma-2

    compass module

    The compass module is integrated into the auto-dimming interior mirror. Its incorporated into the "Auto Dimming, Interior Mirror Unit module. Uses terminal #6 (+) gray with blue stripe and #7 (-) blue with gray stripe. As far as calibration error, make certain you have adjusted for the compass ZONE. 1. Start the engine. NOTE: The top of the message center must be blank. Do not select Trip, DTE, or AFE. 2. Press the message center switch INFO button repeatedly until the compass and the odometer are displayed in the message center. 3. Determine which magnetic zone you are in for your geographic location. (the map is in the owners manual). 4. Press and hold the RESET button until RESET FOR ZONE is displayed in the message center. 5. Release the RESET button and slowly press the RESET button down again. 6. Press the SETUP button repeatedly until the correct zone setting for your geographic location is displayed. 7. Press and release the RESET button to exit the zone setting mode and lock your individual zone. Then calibrate the compass. NOTE: For optimum calibration, drive to an open, level location away from large metallic objects or structures. Switch off all non-essential electrical accessories (rear window defrost, heater, A/C, map lamps, wipers, etc.) and make sure all doors are closed. 1. Start the vehicle. 2. Press the RESET button until RESET FOR CAL is displayed in the message center display. NOTE: This takes up to 3 circles to complete calibration. 3. Slowly drive the vehicle in a circle at no more than 5 km/h (3 mph) until CIRCLE SLOWLY TO CALIBRATE changes to CALIBRATION COMPLETE in the message center. 4. The compass is now calibrated.
  18. Last week
  19. The Kelvinator

    Revel Ultima disappointment

    I also agree with kimmie300mks. I too love the Sony THX system in my 2011 Lincoln MKX. I now have 2016 MKX Black Label. The sound it tinny and my favorite jazz songs the have moving baselines cannot be heard on the Revel Ultima sound system. I love the car; the sound system does not live up to catering to the audiophile which Lincoln claims. Big disappointment! For the amount of money I paid for this car, I should not have to resort to aftermarket updates. The next time I take my car in for service, I will ask about the sound quality.
  20. JOEHIO

    2020 Naautulis

    Loving it so far, and friends are amazed with the Nautilus.
  21. Cosmos36

    First road trip observations

    I haven't driven the Nautilus, but the paramount curiosity I've had about any improvement over my 2016 2.7TT would be road noise and interior quietness. Lincoln has stated that suspension improvements (bushings) and added acoustical materials have led to the nautilus being quieter than previous MKX models. From various sources that has apparently been accomplished. The 2020 models will soon be available and we'll see if there are any further refinements. As to fuel mileage, I regularly exceed the EPA averages of 17/24 mpg (500/700 km per tank) with the great 2.7TT engine. If I reduce my usual 70+ mph freeway speeds to ~55-60 mph, the MKX provides up to 31 mpg. Back in the years of several Oldsmobile & Cadillac ownerships, I would brag on getting 18 mpg highway mileage. Today, with all the improvements/amenities/power/safety of modern vehicles, I am immensely pleased with the perceived value of the MKX-Nautilus.
  22. shoeguy

    First road trip observations

    Hi Rick. I totally agree with you on this post. The comfort, ride quietness are all head and shoulders to what my 16 MKX Reserve was. I cant believe that I am getting well over 500 kilometers to a tank in the city, and over 700 on the high way. The 2.0 turbo is just as smooth the 3.7 V6 was.
  23. Gurgeh

    2020 Naautulis

    Joehio, Congratulations! You'll enjoy the AWD/2.7tt combo and absolutely love the adaptive cruise with lane centering during highway driving. I've taken two long road trips so far and adaptive cruse/lane centering transforms the experience.
  24. JOEHIO

    2020 Naautulis

    I got the Reserve with AWD, 2.7 twin turbo, Iced Mocha, Class II trailer towing package, Driver Assistance Package, Technology Package, Ultimate Package, 21-Inch Premium-Painted Ultra-Bright Machined-Aluminum Wheels , All-weather floor liners, Cargo Compartment with reversible mat. ultra comfort seats with active motion, Revel Ultima Audio, Adaptive cruise, satin roof rack side rails, . MSRP was well over $65k , I got my Ford employee discount which I cannot disclose. Had my '12 & '16 MKS's which were loaded out and sweet, but this Nautilus is AMAZING !
  25. goatee

    2020 Naautulis

    Tell us more! Engine, AWD, towing pkg? What was the MSRP and your price? ETA of the vehicle?
  26. Rick65inlosangeles

    First road trip observations

    I found it amazing the differences between my 2016 MKX Reserve and my NEW 2019 Nautilus Reserve. It’s really hard to believe these two are actually related. The nineteen is everything that the sixteen should have been. Quiet, Nice Ride, Tons of power. I waited eighteen weeks for mine to be built, which really pissed me off. But after one day in the Nautilus, it was worth it. The full LED headlights with the cornering lights are really neat. If anyone was wondering the cornering light works as follows, In reverse the both go on. When moving forward they work when your under 25 miles per hour. AND, yes they do throw a live beam of light to the side of the vehicle.
  27. Cosmos36

    Beware Michelin Guardian wiper blades.

    I suspect you're correct re: Costco. I had the recent experience of returning something without a receipt bought months earlier...they just scanned my membership card and the unit's barcode and, voila, $$$ while pleasantly smiling and mentioning that their guarantees are 'unconditional'. Also, I remember when purchasing the MKX that the manager closing the sale said that I was entitled to three free 'somethings' related to services. I recall wiper blades being mentioned. I'll look into it. Thanks.
  28. NOTMY911

    Beware Michelin Guardian wiper blades.

    No needs for hope... They take everything back. I returned Organic coffee that tasted like $hit, almost end of the roll (650') of aluminium paper that kept ripping on the edge and so on, full refund every time. The 4 years warranty must be different North of the 54th Parallel because they change mine for free just about every year.
  29. Recent efforts to install Chinese-made Michelin/Costco Guardian wiper blades to my 2016 MKX have failed after two attempts to attach correct connectors mailed from the Michelin licensee (Pylon Manufacturing Co. in Deerfield, Florida). The first issue manifested itself immediately. The OEM wipers are low profile SIDE-MOUNT blades that hide below the hood cowl & out of the airstream. The Michelin blades are TOP-MOUNT blades that elevate the wiper arm above the cowl and protrude into the airstream, thus also ruining the aesthetics of the OEM design. The first connector mailed ( # P3-5 received after 4 days) from Pylon was a convoluted, awkward 'Rube Goldberg' device that crudely attached the blade to the arm. The second connector mailed (# P4 received after 9 days) was a third duplicate of two other connectors that were included in the purchased 18" & 24" blade packaging...the # P4 was never designed to fit a MKX arm and is worthless. It was sent to me despite a Costco/Michelin/Pylon online fitment guide specifying a different connector number. The Michelin-Pylon marketing of their "EZ Lok Connector System" is a farce. I will be returning the blades to Costco with the hope of receiving a refund.
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