2014 Royale Limousine Owners Guide

Royale Limousine - MKT Owner’s Guide
Where Craftsmanship Counts™
a Cabot Coach Builders Company
www.royalelimo.com
Corporate Headquarters - 99 Newark Street, Haverhill, MA 01832
ph. 800.544.5587 • fx. 978.521.5425
2014 MKT rev. 1
Table of Contents
Congratulations on Your Purchase of a Royale Limousine
Manufactured Where Craftsmanship Counts!
Have Questions? A Royale Team Member is Ready to Help. Helpful Hints and Recommendations
Control Panel Users Guide - Driver (Standard Equipment) Control Panel Users Guide - Passenger (Standard Equipment) Factory Rear Heater/AC Control
Audio Video System Owners Manual's Driver’s Touch Control Operation Guide (Optional Equipment)
Passenger’s Touch Control Operation Guide (Optional Equipment)
Mobile Hot Spot (Optional Equipment)
Mobile Computer (Optional Equipment)
Advanced Lighting and Fan Speed Features
Intercom Adjustments
Operating The LED Fiber Illuminator
DIP Switch Functions
Main Circuit Board Photo
Fuse Values
Circuit Board Pin Location · Color · Function
Main Board Trigger Wire Location – Color – Factory Fuse Location
Wire and Harness Location · Color · Function
Power Distribution
Wire Routing Extension · MKT
Wire Routing Main Harness · MKT
Manual Heater Control Valve Operation (optional)
New Vehicle Limited Warranty · United States Only
New Vehicle Limited Warranty · International
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Congratulations on Your Purchase of a Royale Limousine
Manufactured Where Craftsmanship Counts!
Since 1983 Royale has been manufacturing the finest limousines in the world and
backing each with exceptional service. It is my true belief that Royale’s exceptional
service will encourage you to purchase your future limousines from us. That is why we
have compiled this comprehensive manual; to help you with questions you may have
concerning your new limousine.
Please take a few minutes to review this manual which is full of useful tips, operational
instructions, and wiring schematics. The Table of Contents allows you to easily navigate
to the section of interest by using the built-in links. There are also embedded quick links
so you can contact us should you have any questions.
I welcome your comments as we are constantly striving to improve our processes,
products and service.
Congratulations and enjoy your new limousine hand-crafted and manufactured
by Royale.
Best Regards,
Cabot Smith
President
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Have Questions? A Royale Team Member is Ready to Help.
Managers
Parts
Please feel free to contact the following Managers
with any questions or concerns.
If you need replacement parts for your limousine
call the number below. We ship parts daily all over
the world and accept Visa and Master Card for
your convenience.
Cabot Smith, President
ph. 978.374.4530 x 19
e-mail: cabot.smith@royalelimo.com
Steve Edelmann, Director of Sales
ph. 978.374.4530 x16
e-mail: steve@royalelimo.com
Jeff DeMarco, Director of Operations
ph. 978.374.4530 x 25
e-mail: jeff@royalelimo.com
Warranty
Ask for Parts
ph. 978.374.4530 x15
e-mail: parts@royalelimo.com
Sales
If you have a sales question or would like copies
of your sales documents you can contact your
salesperson by calling or e-mailing them directly.
If you misplaced your salespersons e-mail address
you can find it at:
For questions regarding warranty service please
contact our Warranty Department.
www.royalelimo.com/company/consultants.aspx
Ask for Service
ph. 978.374.4530 x20
e-mail: service@royalelimo.com
ph. 978.374.4530
e-mail: sales@royalelimo.com
A representative will be able to help you locate a
regional authorized service facility for limousine
repairs or your regional Cadillac or Lincoln dealers.
Also our web site offers a list of your regional
authorized service facilities at:
www.royalelimo.com/service/dealers.aspx
Warranty service must be authorized in advance
before Royale will accept any charges.
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Ask for Sales
Helpful Hints and Recommendations
Here are some helpful hints to help you maintain
your Royale limousine and avoid some of the
problems that might arise.
Watch the tire pressure closely, rotate tires frequently
every 5,000 miles or as recommended in OEM
manual. Royale recommends the following tire
pressures for your limousine unless otherwise
indicated on the vehicle label.
Tire Pressure
• 42 lbs. for Lincoln MKT
Other
You can save fuel by keeping your idling time to
a minimum. According to the California Energy
Commission “vehicle idling burns about a half mile
of gasoline for every minute of idling.”
• When using the air conditioner in warm weather,
keep the engine idle up if stopped and waiting.
• Keep the battery cables clean and tight.
• Change the oil and grease every 3,000 miles
including drive shaft grease fittings.
• Align the front end at recommended intervals,
realign after first 5,000 miles.
• Keep extra fuses in glove box. Keep a spare set of
keys available.
• Wash the vehicle with proper products. Do not
wax the car for 90 days. Read the Paint Guide Lines.
• Follow the original manufactures recommended
maintenance program for your vehicle.
• Clean and lubricate moon roof cables and slides
weekly and blow out moon roof drains frequently.
• Please read your Royale Limousine U.S.
New Vehicle Limited Warranty. We offer a
60-month/150,000 mile limited warranty on our
structural modifications and a 24-month/50,000 mile
limited warranty on the conversion components.
• Clean and sanitize cooler drains and drink dump
drain frequently to insure proper draining.
• Have only qualified mechanics work on
your limousine.
• Worn or broken trunk weather strips may cause
trunk water leaks, inspect trunk weather strips
frequently.
NOTE: It is important that you contact our Warranty Department before
any warranty repair work is performed.
Contact the Warranty Department for your authorization at 978.374.4530 or service@royalelimo.com
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Control Panel Users Guide - Driver (Standard Equipment)
Driver’s Control Panel
Battery Level Indicator
Sun Roof On/Off
These indicator lights notify you of
the charging condition of your battery.
When the battery voltage is high green
lights are lit, which indicates a normal
operating condition. When the voltage
drops the yellow lights come on notifying
you that the voltage is low. You should
try to run up the idle if in park or shut off
rear features to bring the battery voltage
up to green. The red lights indicate that voltage is
low, stalling may occur if this condition continues,
the driver should increase the idle if possible or shut
off rear features. If the driver does not act then the
rear cabin air conditioning fans will be shut down
automatically until the system returns to normal
levels.
This button controls power to rear cabin
sunroof so the rear passenger will not be
able to open or close the sunroof. Press to activate
the sunroof, the indicator light will show green. Press
to deactivate or turn off the sunroof and indicator
light will be off.
Master Switch
Divider On/Off
This switch controls the power to the entire
system. Press this switch to activate power
to the controls and rear features including
TV, Stereo, Lighting and Air Conditioning.
This button controls power to the dividers
so the rear passengers will not be able to
control the dividers. Press to activate the
divider system and the green light indicates divider
power is active. Press again to deactivate turn off the
dividers and the indicator light will be off.
Intercom On/Off
This button turns on the front-to-rear hands
free intercom. Pressing the button will
activate the intercom and will illuminate
the green indicator light. With the light on speak
freely toward the button to communicate with the
rear passengers. Press the button again to shut off the
two-way intercom.
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Stereo On/Off
This button controls the power to the rear
stereo so the rear passenger will not be
able to use the rear stereo system. Press
to activate rear stereo system and the indicator light
will show green. Press again to deactivate the rear
stereo system and the indicator light will be off.
Color On/Off
This button controls the color effects of
the accent lighting system. Press this
button to change the color effects, there
are multiple effects depending upon the initial set
up of the system. Refer to page 18 of this manual
“Operating the LED Fiber Illuminator” to change
your systems setup.
Auxiliary Battery
Privacy Divider
Your MKT is equipped with battery saver
technology. It does not require the use of
the Auxiliary Battery button to activate it. If the courtesy lamps, domes lamps or headlamps
are left on, the battery saver will shut them off 10
minutes after the ignition has been turned off. If you
shut off the engine and leave the ignition in the on
or accessory mode, the ignition will shut off after 30
minutes. Keep the limousine power panel in the off
position when not in use to improve battery life.
This button operates the solid privacy
divider. Press and hold up to raise and
press and hold down to lower.
Auxiliary On/Off (Aux)
This button is reserved for future or
additional features.
Sun Roof
This button operates rear cabin sunroof.
Press and hold up to open and press and
hold down to close.
Glass Divider
This button operates the clear
glass divider. Press and hold up
to raise and press and hold down to lower.
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Rear Fan
This button operates the rear
fan for climate control in
rear compartment. Once rear system is
activated, the rear fan velocity can be
adjusted from the driver control panel.
Press up to increase airflow, down to
decrease airflow. The A/C or heat is set
from it’s last position and can only be changed from
the rear.
Control Panel Users Guide - Passenger (Standard Equipment)
Passenger’s Control Panel
Accent Lights
This button controls the accent or fiber
optic lights in the console and above
the windows. These lights are dimmed
when the down button is pressed and
brightened when the up button is pressed.
Passenger’s Lighting Control Panel
Rear control panel features indicated with * are
overridden by the drivers master control panel
located in the front compartment. These features
as well as the rear stereo may be deactivated at the
driver’s discretion.
Dome Light
This button controls the rear dome lights.
Press and hold up and the dome light(s)
come on and press and hold down to turn
the dome light(s) off.
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Floor Lights
This button controls the rear floor lights.
Press up and the floor lights come on and
down to turn the floor lights off. The floor
lights also come on automatically when the
rear doors are open.
Console Lights
This button controls the lights in the
console to provide light for easy viewing
of glassware and coolers at night. These
lights are dimmed when the down
button is pressed and brightened when
the up button is pressed.
Sunroof*
Privacy Divider*
This button controls the sunroof, pressing
the up arrow will open the sunroof and
pressing the down arrow will close the
sunroof. Be sure to completely close the sunroof for a
tight seal to avoid water leaking in to the limousine.
This button adjusts the privacy divider,
pressing up will raise the divider and
pressing down will lower the divider.
Glass Divider*
This button adjusts the glass
divider, pressing up will
raise the divider and pressing down will
lower the divider. Glass dividers are not
available in some models.
TV *
Passenger’s Cimate Control Panel
Heat On/Off
This button activates the rear heat. Press
this button to activate the rear heat, press
it again to turn the heat off. You may also
switch directly to A/C by pressing the A/C button
and the heat will automatically turn off.
A/C On/Off
This button activates the rear air
conditioning. Press this button to activate
the rear air conditioning, press it again to
turn the air conditioning off. You may also switch
directly to heat by pressing the heat button without
turning off the heat. It may take the system a few
minutes to completely circulate the heat out of the
system when switching from heat to A/C.
Fan Speed*
This button adjusts the rear fan speed.
Pressing the up button adjusts the fan
speed faster for more passenger cooling
or heat and pressing the down button
adjusts the fan speed lower for less
cooling or heat.
This button is an optional button that
replaces the glass divider button when the
limousine is equipped with the retractable
TV. Pressing the up button will raise the flat
panel TV and pressing the down button
conceals the TV.
Intercom On/Off*
This button turns on the rear to front hands
free intercom. Pressing the button will
activate the intercom and will illuminate
the green indicator light. With the light on speak
freely toward the button to communicate with the
driver. Press the button again to shut off the twoway intercom.
Factory Rear Heat/AC Control
This panel controls the original equipment rear Heat
and AC. The driver must allow the rear panel to
control the rear heat by pressing CLIMATE/REAR/
REAR CONTROL on the drivers display. This
will light up the rear panel and the rear passenger
will have full control. There is a floor and ceiling
setting as well as high low fan speed and automatic
temperature control. (see detailed instructions next page)
NOTE: The manual heater control valve (optional)
must be in the open or on position and the Royale
heat must be on for the Factory Rear Heat to
function.
* Rear control panel features can be overridden by the driver's master control panel.
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Factory Rear Heater/AC Control
Your MKT is equipped with two independent rear
HVAC systems; one is added by Royale and the other
is the OEM system installed by Lincoln. The Royale
system is operated from the rear control panel as
indicated on the pages above. The OEM system is
operated in the following manner.
OEM Rear HVAC System Operation
First the driver must turn on the rear control for the
rear passenger. There is a sticker placed above the
radio with instructions that read:
For Passenger Control of Rear HVAC
Press-Climate/Rear/Rear Control.
Following this procedure will turn on the rear control and the indicator lights will be on.
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Audio Video System Users Guide
Owners Manuals
Refer to the owners manual for the specific model of
your stereo located on our website home page at:
www.royalelimo.com
Select Support on the side bar, and scroll down to:
2013 Model Downloads - Limousine Accessories
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Driver’s Touch Control Operation Guide (Optional Equipment)
Driver’s Touch Control
Driver Panel Overview
The Driver Touch Control Panel offers the ability
to hide features from the passenger menu by
deactivating the feature and hiding the button from
the passenger when necessary. It also allows full
access to all of the passenger control features through
the passenger menu button.
To power the system the driver must accept the
responsibility by pressing yes on the Driver Control.
After a few seconds the main board and rear control
panel will be active.
The Clock is replaced by a battery level indicator to
notify the driver of a low voltage condition. When
the battery is low the clock will be replaced by LOW
BATT indicator requesting the driver to act. If this
condition continues stalling may occur, the driver
should increase the idle if possible or shut off rear
features until a normal level is reached, if the driver
does not act then the rear cabin air conditioning fans
will be shut down automatically until the system
returns to normal levels.
Driver’s Main Menu
The Clock is replaced by a battery level indicator
to notify the driver of a low voltage condition.
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Intercom
Passenger
This button turns on the front
to rear intercom. Pressing the
button will activate the intercom and will illuminate
the green indicator light. With the light on speak
freely toward the button to communicate with the
rear passengers. Press the button again to shut off
the two-way hands free intercom.
This button allows the driver to
control all passenger functions
please refer to passenger functions reference guide on
page 11 for details. When the driver presses a button
in this menu the rear passenger control will follow
along allowing the driver to assist the passenger in
navigating through the menus.
Stereo
Dim Display
This on/off button allows the
driver to shut off passenger
control of the rear Stereo. By
selecting off the rear Stereo will be shut off and the
button will be deleted from the passengers menu.
Select on and the rear Stereo is returned to normal
and the button reappears on the passenger display. A
green light indicates the rear Stereo is active.
This button allows the driver
to dim or brighten the display.
Follow the easy to read menu to
adjust the display.
Divider
This on/off button allows the
driver to shut off passenger
control of the Dividers. By selecting off the Dividers
will be shut off and the button will be deleted from
the passengers menu. Select on and the Dividers
are returned to normal and the button reappears on
the passenger display. A green light indicates the
Dividers are active.
Color
This on/off button allows the
driver to shut off passenger
control of the fiber optic color system. By selecting
off the fiber optic color system will be shut off and
the button will be deleted from the passengers menu.
Select on and the fiber optic color system is returned
to normal and the button reappears on the passenger
display. A green light indicates the rear system is
active. The actual function of this button is affected
by the set up of the LED illuminator (see page 18)
“Operating the LED fiber Illuminator.”
Sunroof
This on/off button allows
the driver to shut off the passenger control of the
sunroof. By selecting off the sunroof will be shut off
and the button will be deleted from the passenger
menu. Select on and the sunroof is returned to
normal and the button reappears on the passenger
display. A green light indicates the sunroof is active.
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Set Clock
This button allows the driver
to reset the clock. Follow the
easy to read menu to reset the clock.
Shut Down
This button allows the driver
to shut down the entire system
when not in use. This is always
a good idea to conserve resources and charge the
battery. The clock will still display in shut down
mode..
Passenger’s Touch Control Operation Guide (Optional Equipment)
Passenger Panel Overview
The driver has full access to the passenger controls
from the driver panel. When the driver adjusts
passenger features his/her actions will be displayed
on the rear controls. This is to assist the passengers
with navigating the Touch Control’s many features.
Climate Control Menu
The Climate Control Menu adjusts the climate in the
rear cabin and activates the intercom.
A/C
This button activates the rear air
conditioning. Press this button to
activate the rear air conditioning, press it again to
turn the air conditioning off. The green light indicates
air conditioning is on. You may also switch directly
to heat by pressing the heat button which will
automatically turn off the air conditioning. It may
take the system a few minutes to completely circulate
the heat out of the system when switching from heat
to A/C.
Passenger’s Touch Control panel
Heat
This button activates the rear heat.
Press this button to activate the
rear heat, press it again to turn the heat off. The
green light indicates heat is on. You may also switch
directly to A/C by pressing the A/C button which
will automatically turn off the heat.
Blower
This button adjusts the rear fan speed.
Pressing the up button adjusts the
fan speed faster for more passenger
cooling or heat and pressing the down
button adjusts the fan speed lower for
less cooling or heat.
Passenger’s Climate menu
Intercom
This button turns on the rear
to front intercom. Pressing the
button will activate the intercom and will illuminate
the green indicator light. With the light on speak
freely toward the button to communicate with the
driver. Press the button again to shut off the twoway hands free intercom.
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Media Menu Overview
Source
The Media menu controls the media system features
of your limousine including your Stereo, DVD, TV,
VCP and CD. This menu uses easily recognizable
icons to control its functions. Many of the buttons
on each menu are self explanatory so there is a
description only for the buttons that require more
information. Select the Media feature you want to
control by pressing the button in the Select menu, a
red light will indicate the source is selected.
This button changes the Stereo source.
The rear Stereo has several input
sources available; AUX is generally
the last source in the sequence. The
normal sequence for the Stereo sources are as
follows; FM/AM, Sirius/XM, DISC, CD Changer,
IPOD, Auxiliary In. Press the source button until
the desired source is selected.
Select RADIO Menu
Channel (CHAN)
This button will advance to the next
frequency or find the next local channel
depending upon how the Stereo search is
pre-set on the stereo.
Select DVD Menu
Power (PWR)
This button will turn the DVD player
on or off. The default source of the
DVD player is DVD. Press this button
to turn the DVD player on and insert a
disc.
Volume (VOL)
This button controls the DVD volume.
Press the up arrow for more volume and
the down arrow for less volume.
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Select CD Menu
Divider Menu
The Divider menu controls the mechanical features of
your limousine including the dividers, sunroof and
optional 20" TV.
VOL
This button controls the CD volume.
Press the up arrow for more volume
and the down arrow for less volume.
By inserting a CD the Stereo source will
automatically change to CD and begin
play.
Select VCP Menu
Retractable TV
Behind the Privacy Divider glass may be the optional
20” TV. Press the up arrow to raise the divider and
turn the TV on with the DVD Power on button. The
TV will light up exposing it from behind the divider
smoked glass. Press the down arrow to lower the
divider.
divider up TV on
Power (PWR)
This button will turn the VCP on or off.
The Source must be set to AUX. See
instructions in Radio Source for more information.
divider up TV off
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Lights Menu
Dim LCD
The Lights Menu controls the rear lighting systems.
Some of the lighting systems are dimmable while
others are not.
This button allows the rear
passenger to dim or brighten the
display. Follow the easy to read menu to adjust
the display.
Console
This button controls the lights in
the console to provide light for easy
viewing of glassware and coolers
at night. These lights are dimmed
when the down arrow is pressed and
brightened when the up arrow is
pressed.
Accent
Color
This button controls the color
effects of the accent lighting
system. Press this button
to change the color effects, there are multiple effects
depending upon the initial set up of the system. Refer
to “Operating the LED Fiber Optic Illuminator on page
18 of this manual to change your systems setup.
Dome
This button controls the rear dome
lights. Press this button to turn on
the rear dome lights, press it again to turn the dome
lights off. The green light indicates the lights are on.
Some dome lights can also be turned on manually by
rotating the light right or left.
Floor
This button controls the rear floor
lights. Press this button to turn on
the rear floor lights, press it again to turn the floor
lights off. The green light indicates the lights are on.
The floor lights also come on automatically when the
rear doors are open.
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This button controls the accent or
fiber optic lights in the console and
above the windows. These lights are
dimmed when the down arrow is
pressed and brightened when the up
arrow is pressed. To adjust the color
or light systems see the Color button above.
Divider Menu
The Divider menu controls the mechanical features of
your limousine including the dividers and sunroof.
Privacy Divider
This button controls the privacy divider,
pressing the up arrow will raise the
divider and pressing down arrow will
lower the divider.
Glass Divider
This button controls the glass divider,
pressing the up arrow will raise the
divider and pressing down arrow will
lower the divider. Glass dividers are
not available in some models.
Sun Roof
This button controls the sunroof,
pressing the up arrow will open
the sunroof and pressing the down
arrow will close the sunroof. Be sure
to completely close the sunroof for a
tight seal to avoid water leaking into
the limousine.
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Advanced Lighting and Fan Speed Features
User programmable start up features are available by
adjusting the DIP switches located on the main circuit
board, upper left corner labeled “OPTIONS,” the
operator may change how the rear lighting and fan
speeds are initiated on vehicle start up. Factory preset
switches are indicated with an *. For an additional
charge the memory chip may be reprogrammed at
the factory to a custom setting. Call your factory
representative for details.
Fan Speed
Other Programming
DIP 1 Set in On position adjusts the fan speed to
ON at start up.
DIP 3 Set in On position reserved for future
programming features
DIP 1* Set in Off position adjusts the FAN Speed to
Off at start up.
DIP 3 * Set in Off position reserved for future
programming features.
Accent and Console Lights
DIP 4 Set in On position reserved for future
programming features
DIP 2 * Set in On position adjusts the Accent and
Console lights ON at start up.
DIP 2 Set in Off position adjusts the Accent and
Console lights Off at start up.
DIP 4 * Set in Off position reserved for future
programming features
* Factory preset switches
dip switch
The main circuit board is located behind the front passenger seat.
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Intercom Adjustments
The Royale hands free intercom control box is
located on the divider behind the driver’s seat.
There are two adjustments one for driver volume
and one for passenger volume. Adjust these
according to your preference.
passenger volume
driver volume
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Operating The LED Fiber Illuminator
Your new limousine may be equipped with a LED
Fiber Optic Illuminator. The lighting functions of this
illuminator are user programmable by adjusting the
DIP Switch settings found on the illuminator. The
illuminator itself is located near the main control board
on the divider panel behind the driver’s seat at the
bottom of the divider.
dip switch location
Switch Function Reference Chart
Switch One
All ports the same color, color change speed control
Up: Medium-Speed Motor Emulation (MediumSpeed Color Changing)
Down: Slow-Speed Motor Emulation (Slow-Speed
Color Changing)
LED fiber optic illuminator is located behind the drivers seat.
Switch Two
All Ports Alternating Colors, Color Change Speed
Control
Up: Medium-Speed Motor Emulation (MediumSpeed Color Changing)
Down: low-Speed Motor Emulation (Slow-Speed
Color Changing)
Switch Three
Color Wheel Motor Control Wire Function
Up: Motor Wire Controls Show Selection (Switch
Changes Color Patterns)
Down: Motor Wire Controls ‘Color Stop’ (Switch
Stops Changing Colors)
Switch Four
No Function
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NOTE: The DIP Switch as illustrated above has all
switches in the “Up” position. On most Switches,
“Down” is also marked as “On.”
DIP Switch Functions
DIP Switch Number 1
This switch selects the speed of the default color
wheel pattern. This is the pattern that emulates a
standard motorized color wheel illuminator; in that
all ports are the same color at the same time, and
the colors morph from one to another in unison. If
the DIP switch is up, the medium motor speed is
selected. If the DIP switch is down, the slow motor
speed is selected.
DIP Switch Number 2
This switch selects the speed of the alternating
ports color wheel pattern (a pattern that is part of
the rotating show patterns). This is the pattern
that is similar to a standard motorized color wheel
illuminator, except that all ports are not the same
color at the same time they are alternating colors. If
the DIP switch is up, the medium motor speed is
selected. If the DIP switch is down, the slow motor
speed is selected.
DIP Switch Number 3
This selects whether the motor control voltage
(if attached) affects the illuminator. If the DIP
switch is up, the motor control voltage causes the
microprocessor to step through the built-in color
patterns or color shows. Every time the voltage
on the wire changes, the next pattern in rotation is
selected, in this way the functioning as a remote
pattern selector. If the DIP switch is down then the
motor control voltage acts as a traditional motorized
color wheel (i.e. as a “color stop” control), allowing
the color change to stop at random under control of
the wire voltage.
NOTE: The DIP Switch as illustrated above has all
switches in the “Up” position. On most Switches,
“Down” is also marked as “On.”
DIP Switch Settings
Factory Default Settings
Dip Switch
up
1
2
3
4
✔
✔
✔
✔
down
Record your custom settings here.
Dip Switch
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
up
down
Dip Switch
DIP Switch Number 4
up
down
This switch has no function in this release.
Dip Switch
up
down
Dip Switch
up
down
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Main Circuit Board Photo
ribbon cable to
driver controls
DIP switch for advanced
lighting and fan speed features
ribbon cable to
passenger controls
power
ground
power
J9
J11
J10
ground
Fuse Values
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
F14
F15
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privacy divider floor and dome lights heat valve a/c clutch-freon value #1 a/c #1 fan a/c #2 fan glass divider master relay sunroof motor stereo power led illuminator
none
coach lights intercom TV/VCR 10 amp breaker
20 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
25 amp fuse
25 amp fuse
10 amp breaker
10 amp fuse
20 amp fuse
5 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
5 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
F16
F17
F18
F19
F20
F21
F22
F23
F24
F25
reading lights vanity mirror lights 12 volts a switched (sunroof) 12 volts b switched 12 volts c switched stereo memory 12 volts a (sunroof memory)
12 volts b (power port) accent lights console lights 10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
10 amp fuse
25 amp fuse
20 amp fuse
20 amp fuse
Circuit Board Pin Location · Color · Function
J-9 Plug
1
blue/orange
2
yellow/14 gauge
3
red/black
4
green/yellow
5
white/blue
6
blue/red
7
8
green/white
9
red/14 gauge
battery relay
radio memory
TV power
vanity light
reading light
ignition switch
10
11
12
13
14
15
red/black
red/white
brown/white
brown
red
purple/black
TV/VCR
12v a switched
dome light
coach light trigger
12v c switched
intercom power
console lights
halo lights
heat valve
12v b
12v a
a/c 1 high
a/c 1 high
10 11
12 13
14 15
orange a/c 2 high
orange a/c 1 high
yellow/blue red/yellow freon valve 1
sunroof (+)
11 12
13
14 15 black/white sunroof (-)
blue/green white/green blue/black glass motor
glass motor
floor lights
aux battery power
stereo power
J-10 Plug
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
orange/black green/orange blue/white yellow/red violet/white
orange
orange J-11 Plug
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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green blue/brown privacy
red/green floor light
blue/yellow white/brown led illuminator
privacy
Main Board Trigger Wire Location – Color – Factory Fuse Location
The trigger wire is a power lead to put initial power
to the limousine’s Main Circuit Board. This wire
is always active as long as the vehicle key is in the
on accessory position. This allows the switches to
become live so that you can run the systems on the
board. Without this wire the main board will not be
able to activate. Once the main board is activated the
power to operate the systems is drawn from another
power source.
Main Trigger Board Wire
· Purple/Brown (heavy gauge) wire located on
the driver’s side wiring harness to blue/red to
Main Board.
Coach Light Trigger Wire
· Purple/white (heavy gauge) wire located on
the driver’s side wiring harness to brown/white to
Main Board.
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Wire and Harness Location · Color · Function
Under The Hood
red #8 red #8 blue/orange gauge power 12v
gauge power 12v
solenoid trigger
green/white
blue/white Passenger Side · Divider
Drivers Side · Divider
Plug 1
Plug 2
1 black 2 black 3 green/orange 4
ground
ground
halo
Plug H
1 black
2 black
3 black
4 speaker (-)
5 speaker (-)
6 green/yellow
7 black/blue
8
9 speaker (+)
10 speaker (+)
11 yellow/red
12 brown
13 yellow
14 white/blue
15 red
1 black 2 black 3 green/orange 4
ground
ground
halo
Plug F1
ground
ground
ground
front left
front right
vanity mirror
factory dome &
floor lights
front left
front right
acc/power point
coach light
radio memory
reading lights
radio 12v acc.
Plug E
1 black
2 orange/black 3 red/green 4 red/black 5 green/orange 6 yellow/red 7 speaker (+)
8 speaker (-)
9
10
11 speaker (+)
12 speaker (-)
voltage sensor
vacuum switch
ground
console
floor light
TV power
accent light
power point
rear right
rear right
1
2
3
4
black/white violet/white green red/white sunroof
constant power
sunroof
12v Accessory
Plug F2
1 black 2 white/blue 3 blue/yellow ground
no smoking light
illuminator motor
Plug L
purple/black
black intercom
ground
Plug B
1
2
3
4
5
6
black
orange/black red/green red/black green/orange ground
console light
floor light
TV power
accent light
Plug LTV/R (4 pin plug)
1
2
3
4
black
red/black
orange
brown
ground
tv/vcr
a/c 2
coach lights
rear left
rear left
Plug M
1 black
2 blue/yellow 24
ground
color wheel
NOTE: Please refer to Wire Routing Main Harness
on page 28.
Wire and Harness Location · Color · Function
Center · Divider
Plug P3
1 black
2 red/green
ground
floor lights
Plug C
1
2
3
4
white/brown white/green blue/brown blue/green privacy divider
glass divider
privacy divider
glass divider
Plug P
1 black
2 blue/yellow
3 green/orange
ground
color wheel
color wheel motor
Plug N
1 black
2 red/black
ground
tv/vcr
NOTE: Please refer to Wire Routing Main Harness
on page 29.
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Power Connector
The 13 pin limousine power connector is located
close to the steering column. This connection
supplied by Lincoln eliminates the need for any
under the hood electrical connections. The power
connector contains various power feeds and inputs
for limousine accessories. This connector supplies
power for the main limousine control board.
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Wire Routing Extension · MKT
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Wire Routing Main Harness · MKT
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Manual Heater Control Valve Operation (Optional)
Your limousine is equipped with a manual heater
control valve (see picture A right) and an electric
operated heater control valve. The manual valve was
installed to ensure maximum performance of your
air conditioning system during times of high ambient
temperatures. The manual valve will shut off flow of all
hot water to the heat exchanger located in the heating/
cooling system servicing the rear passenger cabin.
Accidental flow of hot water into the system, either
by the electric valve leaking or inadvertent activation
of the heater control by a passenger or driver, will be
eliminated by using the manual heater control valve.
To shut hot water flow off during high temperature
conditions turn the manual heater valve to the
OFF position (see picture B below). During cooler
temperature conditions turn the manual heater
control valve to the ON position (see picture
C below).
Picture B -manual valve in off position stops hot water flow
NOTE: Rear Heat Operation requires both the
manual and electric valves to be open. The manual
valve is opened manually (see above) and the electric
valve is opened by turning on the Royale heat. This
allows free flow of hot water and both the factory
rear and Royale heat will work.
The system will function properly between heat and
air conditioning with the valve in the ON position
but it should be reset to OFF during extended periods
of high ambient temperature. Without setting the
valve to ON your rear heat will not work.
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Picture A - manual heater control valve is located behind drivers seat
Picture c - manual valve in on position allows hot water flow
New Vehicle Limited Warranty · United States Only
Royale warrants each new conversion to be free from defects in material and workmanship under this
warranty being limited to making good at the factory, or an authorized repair facility, to the original
purchaser, any part or parts thereof which shall, within twenty-four (24) months after delivery of such
vehicle or before such vehicle has been driven fifty thousand (50,000) miles, whichever event shall first occur
and which upon examination shall disclose to our satisfaction to have been defective. Royale warrants its
structural modifications for 60 months or 150,000 miles whichever shall occur first. This warranty being
expressly in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. This warranty shall not apply to any body part
or parts which have been repaired or altered outside of the manufacturer’s factory in any way so as in the
judgment of the manufacturer to affect its stability and reliability, nor which has been subjected to misuse,
negligence or accident.
Royale makes no warranty whatsoever to any OEM chassis or chassis part, not modified by Royale.
Royale reserves the right to make changes in design, and changes or improvements on its product without
imposing any obligation upon itself to install the same on products theretofore manufactured.
All claims for warranty adjustments must originate within the warranty period as stated herein, and must be
authorized through Royale.
All outside purchased parts such as heater motors, batteries, moon roofs, TV’s, radios, VCRs, or any other
electrical operated apparatus are to be warranted through their manufacturer.
The 120” MKT trunk is rated for a maximum luggage capacity of 100 lbs. The spare tire and jack are included
with these vehicles but must be removed to keep these vehicles within the limits of the gross vehicle weight
rating established by Ford Motor Company.
Royale must be notified before any warranty repair work is performed.
Royale reserves the right to alter or make substitutions to any vehicle standard or optional equipment or
vehicle design, or to alter the terms of its warranty at any time without prior notice.
NOTE: It is important that you contact our Warranty Department
before any warranty repair work is performed.
Contact the Warranty Department for your authorization at 978.374.4530 or service@royalelimo.com
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New Vehicle Limited Warranty · International
Royale warrants each new conversion to be free from defects in material and workmanship under this
warranty being limited to making good at the factory, or an authorized repair facility, to the original purchaser,
any part or parts thereof which shall, within twelve (12) months after delivery of such vehicle or before such
vehicle has been driven twenty-four thousand (24,000) miles, whichever event shall first occur and which
upon examination shall disclose to our satisfaction to have been defective. Royale warrants its structural
modifications for 60 months or 150,000 miles whichever shall occur first. This warranty being expressly in
lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. This warranty shall not apply to any body part or parts
which have been repaired or altered outside of the manufacturer’s factory in any way so as in the judgment
of the manufacturer to affect its stability and reliability, nor which has been subjected to misuse, negligence or
accident.
Royale makes no warranty whatsoever to any OEM chassis or chassis part, not modified by Royale.
Royale reserves the right to make changes in design, and changes or improvements on its product without
imposing any obligation upon itself to install the same on products theretofore manufactured.
All claims for warranty adjustments must originate within the warranty period as stated herein, and must be
authorized through Royale. All warranted parts are shipped freight prepaid and all parts returned to Royale
are to be returned freight prepaid.
All outside purchased parts such as heater motors, batteries, moon roofs, TVs, radios, VCRs, or any other
electrical operated apparatus are to be warranted through their manufacturer.
The 120” MKT trunk israted for a maximum luggage capacity of 100 lbs. The spare tire and jack are included
with these vehicles but must be removed to keep these vehicles within the limits of the gross vehicle weight
rating established by Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation.
Royale must be notified before any warranty repair work is performed.
Royale reserves the right to alter or make substitutions to any vehicle standard or optional equipment or
vehicle design, or to alter the terms of its warranty at any time without prior notice.
NOTE: It is important that you contact our Warranty Department
before any warranty repair work is performed.
Contact the Warranty Department for your authorization at 978.374.4530 or service@royalelimo.com
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