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  1. gumpster

    Profile Setting List

    Yes. I understood all of that. My question is the “such as” part. Which non-positional settings change with a profile change and which are “universal” across all profiles.
  2. The entire manual is like this. I understand options make it difficult, but they know what the options are AND they sure know about which features are actually standard. EVERY manual I’ve ever had before would at least provide accurate detail on the standard components and usually also cover the option fairly well. I’m impressed with the Aviator, but I give the manual authors a definite “F”.
  3. gumpster

    Profile Setting List

    Are there any Lincoln (Sync3) experts on this forum that can answer this question? We tried setting some of options using my wife’s profile but they weren’t all unique to a profile and thus changed the settings for both/all drivers.
  4. gumpster

    Profile Setting List

    Does anyone know how to get a complete list of the saved/configurable items for a profile? I have set all of the settings, but can’t tell which ones my wife needs or can set under her profile.
  5. gumpster

    What an awesome vehicle

    Picked our Reserve I up Friday after waiting while it sat in the local train terminal ramp for 3 weeks (note, it magically arrived the next day after calling the concierge and complaining that the dealer was doing totally nothing). After all the reported issues on this new model, we looked it over very thoroughly before signing the final paperwork. Other than a couple of very nitnoy dealer cleanup items like some staples showing, smudges on the seat and headliner, and a loose visor bracket, the only significant issue we found was the driver-side Aviator trim piece is just a bit too far out of acceptable alignment. The dealer is going to fix that next week and run it through the detailer “again” for the smudges. Like Yehaman, we absolutely love it so far. Drives like a dream and the features are perfect for us and are very intuitive. Fantastic vehicle.
  6. gumpster

    Transfer Delay

    My dealer doesn’t provide any status other than “it’s not here yet”. The transport is listed as Hansen&Adkins.
  7. gumpster

    Transfer Delay

    Does anyone know why a new Aviator would sit for over two weeks at the destination rail terminal? Ours is sitting in Dallas only 1 hour away from the dealer and has been for that long. The truck transit has been identified in the status the entire time, but it’s still sitting there for some reason.
  8. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Any help on status? 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021
  9. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    That’s what I was hoping to know. Thanks!
  10. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Other feedback and the presence of the Ramp code seems to indicate that it was transferred to a train and it’s status was “In Transit, Passing Rail Yard” then “In Transit, Received at Junction”, but no location info is known. So, I was hoping this locator could tell me what train company and car ID? I could then possibly track the progress via the train tracking system. Please provide for 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021, if possible. Thanks!!
  11. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Is there any way you can tell me if this has been put on a commercial train and, if so, what company and car ID? I’d like to track the progress if at all possible. 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021
  12. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Any news would be appreciated for: 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021
  13. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Sorry to ask again, but are you able to identify on what date it was built? That would be very helpful in telling how long it’s taking. Thanks if you can! 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021
  14. gumpster

    2020 Aviator Reserve I

    Any news would be appreciated for: 5LM5J7WC9LGL21021
  15. I too am surprised that such items weren’t noticed during the purchase review of the vehicle, but I highly value the post because mine is just now being built and I’m trying to gauge the potential improvement in quality since earlier builds. So far, I’ve seen little to no info on any built with VINs later than the 8000 range. Thanks for the info.
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