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  1. are you aware ... (from owners manual)? Applying the Electric Parking Brake in an Emergency Note: Do not apply the electric parking brake when your vehicle is moving, except in an emergency. If you repeatedly use the electric parking brake to slow or stop your vehicle, you could cause damage to the brake system. You can use the electric parking brake to slow or stop your vehicle in an emergency.
  2. If the button adjusts all the settings as they should then the settings apparently are not being lost. Do you have your FOBs set to profiles and the program buttons also set to the profiles?
  3. Perhaps the camera image data is streamed over the vehicle LAN in which case it may be some non camera related module saturating the LANs bandwidth at times ... in which case I hope there are some error codes being generated for the dealer to find.
  4. Kind-a looks like connection or vibration issue. Does it occur if not moving or seem associated with a bump/shock/vibration?
  5. From the service record - ‘REPLACED BCM AND PROGRAMMED.’ I think that is Body Control Module (?)
  6. I too have a 2018 Navigator. It would frequently ‘lose’ the verticle memory setting. After many checks by dealer with ‘could not duplicate’ result I wrote a letter to Lincoln and with their involvement they had the dealer replace one of the control modules and it has now been several weeks holding the steering wheel settings.
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    2018 Auto Hold

    Yup. I only drive ~5,000 miles a year mostly suburban driving around NW Harris County (Houston) TX. Start-up routine is Start Engine, AutoStop off, AutoHold on, GO
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    2018 Auto Hold

    Actually I do not consider notes 2 & 3 in conflict. The Auto-Hold button on the console ‘enables’ the functionally much like having the radio on ‘enables’ the radio to play IF it is tuned to a station. If Auto-Hold is ‘enabled’ AND you apply the brakes to a stop it Holds. When you turn the vehicle off the radio turns off and if the brakes are Auto-Holding they stop Auto-Holding (Note 2). When you start the vehicle next time if the radio was on when last the vehicle was turned off it is again on. According to Note 3, the Auto-Hold function should be ‘enabled’ (but the brakes will not be engaged). Enabling Auto-Hold provides for brakes to be held when applied much like enabling (turning on) the radio allows hearing station if tuned to the station.
  9. Several months ago I noticed on a 2019 ‘loaner’ Navigator that the Auto Hold function ‘remembered’ what it was set to when the vehicle was last turned off. Researching 2018 Owners Manuals on Lincoln website I found these: ==================================================================== 2018 Lincoln Navigator Owners Manual 09/19/2017 on-line Press the button to switch the system on and off. The indicator light illuminates when you switch the system on. Note: You can only switch the system on if you close the door and fasten your seatbelt. Note: The system turns off every time you power down your vehicle. Note: The system remembers the last setting when you start your vehicle. Note: When in reverse (R), Auto Hold does not function. ——————————————————————————————————————— 2018 Lincoln Navigator Owners Manual Third printing 07/27/2018 (page 230) WARNING: The system will turn off if a malfunction is apparent. Failure to take care may result in the loss of control of your vehicle, serious personal injury or death. The system uses your vehicle's brakes to hold your vehicle at a standstill after you stop your vehicle and release the brake pedal. For example, Auto Hold can assist you while stopping at traffic lights or while in traffic jams by holding the brake pressure for you once you bring your vehicle to a stop. Make sure you switch the system off before towing with your vehicle. Note: In case of a malfunction in the system while Auto Hold actively holds the vehicle (for example, low power supply), a message appears in the information display asking you to press the brake pedal. If you see this message, press the brake pedal immediately. Note: The system only activates if it recognizes it is applying enough brake pressure. On a steep hill or slope, make sure you press the brake pedal sufficiently to activate the system. Note: In some cases, Auto Hold might hand over to the parking brake. When the parking brake applies, the red brake lamp appears. This is normal. When you press the accelerator pedal, the drive away release feature releases the parking brake. Note: Auto Hold works on all road grades. E256165 Press the button to switch the system on and off. The indicator light illuminates when you switch the system on. Note: You can only switch the system on if you close the door and fasten your seatbelt. Note: The system turns off every time you power down your vehicle. Note: The system remembers the last setting when you start your vehicle. Note: When in reverse (R), Auto Hold does not function. When the system is off, your vehicle behaves the same as a vehicle without Auto Hold. There is an indicator lamp in the instrument cluster that has two modes, active and unavailable: E197933 The auto hold active indicator illuminates in the information display when the system holds your vehicle stationary. When in active mode, press the brake pedal and the Auto Hold button to switch the system off. Navigator (TB9) Canada/United States of America, enUSA, Edition date: 201708, Third-Printing- —————————————————————————————————————— First Printing & Second Printing did not have the 3rd ‘Note:’ ======================= After being told by my dealer several times the didn”t think they had seen it work that way in a 2018 and didn’t know any way to make it work that way I finally sent a letter to Lincoln Concierge about this issue and also my steering wheel memory ‘forgetting’ it’s vertical position which the dealer had ‘checked out’ several times but could not duplicate or fix. So the dealer then, in conjunction with the Concierge, had my Navigator for nearly 2 weeks (I had a brand spanking new, less than 50 miles on it, 2021 Navigator Reserve loaner). This time they said they replaced BCBM module. It’s been a few weeks without loosing steering wheel memory ... I’m feeling like that is fixed. The work order addressed the ‘AUTO HOLD’ with ‘working as designed’ comment. I’ve not heard from the Concierge since before my Navigator was returned. My service advisor said something about they may have updated the 2018 Owners Manual for 2019 (Auto Hold) but put it out as 3rd printing 2018 ... Not sure I buy that. I’d still like an explanation from Lincoln as to why the manual should not be trusted, or at least corrected ... or make the vehicle operate as stated in the manual. Any one else have issues like this?
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    Map Version

    UPDATE: After several format, download, copy to flash drive, attempt to update Navigator all according to instructions for Mac platform and on both a USB 3 and a USB 2 flash drive and several correspondences with support including sending them a iMac screenshot showing the file/directory structure and file specs (names,sizes) on both flash drives, they FedEx’d me the update flash drive which worked fine - updated in ~50 minutes.
  11. Careful about non-OEM ... May void functionality and factory warranty on windshield and Heads-Up-Display and Rain Sensing wiper system and Lane detection/keep system and possibly others.
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    New Owner Impressions

    Might want to have battery & charging system checked out if issue is not any of those mentioned in the message ...
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    New Owner Impressions

    With all the technology and options on these vehicles today the individuals retention from a 15-30 minute session upon delivery is not going to be enough ... especially if you are totally new to FoMoCo vehicles & tech implementation. I’d recommend downloading the owners manual and keep a current version on pad or pc for reference & browsing.
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    New Owner Impressions

    I would ask the dealer to do it indicating the comfort issues you have with it ... 30 way adjustments should provide better comfort not less comfort (if working properly).
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    New Owner Impressions

    You may want to make sure all 30 ways are functioning to spec, especially the limits on up/down, tilt and the in-out seat sides.
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