For those who own or lease the 2020 Lincoln Aviator SUV, it’s important to recognize that a number of consumer complaints have recently emerged regarding braking issues. From brakes that fail to respond properly to malfunctioning braking systems, a variety of braking complaints have caused multiple Lincoln customers to voice their concerns. Although there are several recalls that currently apply to this make and model, many people are claiming that the recall repairs have failed to offer permanent solutions to these persistent braking problems.
One individual stated that their 2020 Lincoln Aviator SUV often begins moving even when the brake pedal is depressed. It appears that when starting the vehicle and disengaging the parking brake to put the vehicle into gear, the SUV will immediately start to move, even when the driver’s foot is pressed firmly down on the brake pedal. This has happened on numerous occasions, frequently compelling the driver to put the car back into park mode in order to stop the vehicle from moving forward. Another owner has shared a similar account, noting that their vehicle will often travel up to three feet before the car seems to register that the brake pedal is depressed. Multiple attempts by the dealership to diagnose or fix this issue have been unsuccessful for many consumers.
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