Your system has special electric vehicle screens, which display power flow and charge settings. To access these screens, press the EV Info button.
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A Settings
B Power
Settings (Energi Only)
This screen allows you to set up the charging convenience features.
Note:  You can also set up the charging convenience features using MyFord Mobile over the internet or smartphone application. For more information on MyFord Mobile, and to set up your MyFord Mobile account, visit www.myfordmobile.com.
To improve the charging experience, your vehicle has the following convenience features:

Feature  Description 
Value Charge
Your vehicle schedules its charging time for when the utility rates are lowest. Contact your utility company to see what rates are available. 
Charge Now
Your vehicle starts charging immediately after you connect the charging plug. 
Cabin Conditioning  Get the most miles out of every charge by conditioning your plugged in vehicle. Set the cabin temperature when you set your GO Time in order to use energy from your home, or charging station, instead of your vehicle battery. 
GO Time
Setting GO Times allows you to control charging schedules and cabin conditioning settings so your vehicle is ready to drive when you are. By setting a GO Time, your vehicle can use your value charge settings to minimize your electricity costs but still prioritize getting a full charge before your GO Time. A calendar view allows you to program two GO Times per day for each day of the week.  Note: Remember, you must plug in your vehicle for My GO Time to work. 

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A My GO Time summary displays the next GO Time and cabin temperature setting.
B Charging status and actual times displays charging status with the charging start time, end time, and duration.
C Charge profile and mode displays the charging profile and charging mode for the vehicle's present location.
D Estimated charge time limits displays the estimated minimum and maximum times to fully charge the high-voltage battery and the battery’s present state of charge as a percentage of total capacity.
My GO Time Summary

Menu Item  Action and Description 
GO Time
This is the time and date of your next set drive time. Your vehicle automatically schedules charging and cabin conditioning to finish by this time. 
Temperature
This is the chosen cabin conditioning setting for this GO Time. 
Skip
This cancels the cabin conditioning for the present GO Time. Once you touch Skip, the GO Time and Temperature grey out, and the LED illuminates on the Skip button. Touch the button again to switch on the cabin conditioning. This feature allows you to ignore the present GO Time without having to delete it or having to switch off the entire schedule (see GO Time Schedule later in this section). After the present GO Time passes, the Skip feature resets. 
Edit
This accesses your GO Time Schedule (see GO Time Schedule later in this section). 
Charge Conflict Notification  The system also alerts you to any conflicts by highlighting areas of the screen in yellow. If your battery cannot have a full charge by the scheduled drive time, the system highlights your next GO Time and Charge Complete time and the following message appears: 
Charge at GO time: under 100%
This is normal; the vehicle is informing you of the conflicting situation. This notification only displays when the gearshift selector lever is in position PNote: Charging occurs as soon as you plug the vehicle in. The system limits cabin conditioning to 15 minutes before your GO Time. 

To eliminate the conflict notification immediately or to prevent a conflict in the future, try the following:
  • Switch the present GO Time to occur later.
  • Plug the vehicle into a 240V high current charging station instead of using the 120V low current convenience cord. Higher power charging yields shorter charge times.
  • Plug the vehicle in sooner.
Estimated Charge Time Limits

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Battery
This shows you the battery's current charge displayed as a percentage. A reading of 100% means the battery has a full charge. A reading of 0% indicates the battery has no plug-in energy left. 
To fully charge
240V / High Power is the estimated minimum charging time from the present high-voltage battery level to full charge (100%). This represents the shortest amount of time you should expect the high-voltage battery to recharge under ideal conditions. Ideal conditions include a 240V charging station and a minimum 30A service and high-voltage battery at a moderate temperature.  Note: Some charging stations use lower voltage (208V), which result in longer charge times. 
120V / Low Power is the estimated maximum charging time from the present high-voltage battery level to full charge (100%). This represents the longest amount of time you should expect the high-voltage battery to recharge under normal conditions. Normal conditions include a 120V convenience cord and 12A service.  Note: Charging may take longer when the AC line voltage is low and may indicate your electrical source is not meeting certain requirements. See  Charging the High Voltage Battery.   

Note:  These charging times are only estimates. It is normal for your actual charge duration to be longer.
Value Charge Profile and Mode

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Value Charge Profile  This is the name of the presently detected Value Charge Profile.   The system detects a customer defined value charge profile when the vehicle is within approximately 91.4  m of the GPS location registered for the profile. If the vehicle is close to more than one charge profile location, it chooses the closest.  
Default Profile
Displays if you have not set up value charge profiles for specific locations through MyFord Mobile or if you are not close enough to a defined profile location.  
Edit
Touch this button to access your Value Charge profiles settings screen (see Value Charge Profiles later in this section). 
Charge Now
Touch this button if you want your vehicle to immediately charge when plugged in at this profile location. This button illuminates when Charge Now is the charge mode selected for the presently detected charge profile. 
Value Charge
Touch this button if you want to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. The vehicle optimizes the charge schedule to be complete by the next GO Time. This button illuminates when Value Charge is the charge mode selected for the presently detected charge profile. 

Charging Status and Actual Times
This is the status of the charging system, which includes the charging plug, high-voltage battery and charger.

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Next Charge
This means the vehicle is unplugged. Charge Start and Complete information is for the present vehicle location. 
Waiting to charge
This means you plugged the vehicle in and it is ready to charge. Typical of Value Charge mode, the vehicle may not start charging right away because it is set to charge at times with lower utility costs. 
Charging
This means the high-voltage battery is charging. 
Charged
This informs you that the high-voltage battery is fully charged and not currently scheduled for further charging. 
Fault
This alerts you that a fault is present and is preventing the high-voltage battery from charging. Check the charge plug connection, charge cord, and charging station. 
Start
This is the scheduled start time of charging. 
At Plug In
When the vehicle is in Charge Now mode, and unplugged, the message At Plug In appears, indicating the vehicle immediately starts charging once you plug it in. Once you plug it in, the system shows the actual charge start time. 
Scheduled Charge Start Time  When the vehicle is in Value Charge mode, the system displays the scheduled charge start time (for example, 8:00 PM). Once charging starts, the system continues to display the actual charge start time. 
Complete
This is the estimated time of charge completion. 
Charge Now Duration  When the vehicle is in Charge Now mode, and unplugged, the system displays the charging duration in hours. Once you plug in the vehicle, the value shows the estimated time to finish charging. 
Scheduled Charge Complete Time  When the vehicle is in Value Charge mode, the system displays the estimated charge complete time. It is normal for the estimated complete time to change when charging. The vehicle keeps charging until the high-voltage battery is fully charged. 

GO Time Schedule

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Edit
Touch this button to see the GO Time Schedule 
On
This turns on the GO Time schedule. 
Off
This turns off the GO Time schedule. This also turns off the cabin conditioning function. Use this mode to prevent using energy for cabin preconditioning when you leave your vehicle plugged in and do not plan to use it for a while, such as when on vacation.  Note: If you choose to perform Value Charging with the schedule off, the vehicle schedules charging to finish at the lowest cost within 24 hours of plugging the vehicle in. 
GO Time 1
This displays the GO Time day-of-week and time. The blue highlighted GO Time is the present GO Time, which the vehicle is using for charge scheduling and cabin conditioning. You can schedule two GO Time events per day for each day of the week. 
GO Time
Allows you to edit the GO Time and cabin conditioning temperature. 
GO Time 2
--:--  Indicates that you can add a GO Time to this slot 
Note: If you set GO Time 2 to occur before GO Time 1, a message pops up alerting you. You need to go back to the previous screen and switch the times so GO Time 1 occurs before GO Time 2. 

GO Time and Cabin Conditioning
This screen allows you to enter or change the GO Time and cabin conditioning temperature.

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Time (+ and -)  These change the hours and minutes of your GO Time. The minutes change in increments of five. You can also switch the settings for AM and PM by touching those buttons. 
Cabin Conditioning (+ and -)  These switch the setting for your selected cabin conditioning temperature for this GO Time event. You can select from four settings: 
18.5 °C 22 °C 29.5 °C
Off
Note: Cabin conditioning can perform differently depending on if you plug into a 120V convenience cord or 240V charging station. The power available for conditioning is limited to the charging station power available.  Note: Your vehicle may not always reach the set cabin temperature due to charging and ambient temperature conditions. This is normal operation. 
Clear
Touching this button erases the GO Time and cabin conditioning temperature. 
Save
Touching this button stores the GO Time and temperature settings. 

Note:  If you select a GO Time, but choose Off for the temperature setting, the vehicle schedules charging to be complete by your GO Time and does not condition the cabin.
Note:  Make sure you save your settings before returning to the previous screen. If you do not touch Save, the system will not automatically store the settings.
Value Charge Profiles

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Edit
Touch this button next to the profile name on the Settings screen to see the value charge profiles. 
Default
This displays the charging mode and off-peak times for your Default Value Charge profile. The system displays off-peak times for weekdays; the remaining hours of the day are considered peak time. The system displays similar off-peak times for weekend days. 
Charge Now
If you want your vehicle to immediately charge when you plug it in at this profile location. 
Value Charge
If you want to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. The vehicle optimizes the charge schedule to be complete by the next GO Time. 
Edit
To access your Default Value Charge Profile settings screen (see Default Value Charge Profile later in this section). 
Customer Defined Value Charge Profiles  Once you create profile names, this section displays the Value Charge Profile names and current Charge Mode for specific locations. You can set up and edit these profiles using the MyFord Mobile internet or smartphone application. You can program up to nine unique charge profiles. 

Default Value Charge Profile

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Weekday
Edit
Touch this button to set the off-peak charge times. Set the Weekday times and Weekend times by pressing the Weekday and Weekend buttons. 
Weekend
Save
Touch this button for the system to remember your settings. The system does not store your settings until you make selections for both Weekday and Weekend. If you touch the back arrow button to return to the previous screen without saving your settings, the system does not store them and you need to enter them again. 
Weekday Start
This displays the start and finish change times, which you can modify, using the following: 
Weekend Start
+ and -   Allows you to switch the hours of your start and finish times. 
Weekday Finish
AM
Allows you to switch the time of your start and finish time. This setting is viewable in 12-hour mode. 
Weekend Finish
PM
240V and 120V  These buttons represent the voltage service that the default profile is using. The system uses this selection to calculate estimated charge times. 
Clear
Touching this button erases the Default Value Charge preferences. 
Save
Touching this button stores your Default Value Charge preferences. 

Note:  Make sure you save your settings before returning to the previous screen. If you do not touch Save, the system does not store your settings.
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Callout  Item  Description 
Motor-to-Wheel Flow  Shows the direction of power flow between the wheels and the electric motor. 
Electric Motor
Represents the hybrid electric motor. The higher the motor power is, the larger the circle around this node. Any time the vehicle is ready to be driven, the motor node illuminates. 
Battery-to-Motor Flow  1   Shows the direction of power flow between the high-voltage battery and the electric motor. Flow toward the motor indicates the battery is providing power to accelerate the vehicle (discharging the battery). Flow toward the battery indicates the electric motor is providing power to the battery (charging the battery). 
Plug  (Energi Only)  Appears when you plug your vehicle into the wall. When charging the high voltage battery from the wall, you can see flow from the plug to the battery on the screen. 
Other
2   Includes all power usage from the low voltage accessories such as the climate control fan, headlights and heated seats. The higher the power usage is from these accessories, the larger the circle around the node. This node illuminates anytime the vehicle is on since there is always some low level power in use. 
Climate
2,3   includes the power usage from the high-voltage climate control components such as the electric A/C compressor and the electric heater (Energi only). The higher the power usage is from these components, the larger the circle around this node. 
High Voltage Battery Power  Represents your high-voltage battery. A circle illuminates around the node when the high-voltage battery is receiving power from regenerative braking or engine charging. The higher the power going into the high-voltage battery, the larger the circle around this node. 
Fuel
Represents the fuel tank in the vehicle. 
Fuel-to-Engine Flow  Shows flow from the fuel tank to the engine when the engine is on and using fuel (there are some cases where the engine is on, but not using any fuel). When the engine is on, but not using fuel, the engine node is active, but the fuel flow path is off. An example of this is when your foot is off the accelerator pedal and the vehicle is traveling at a high speed. 
Engine on due to:
Provides you with the reason(s) the gasoline engine is on. When the gasoline engine is off, this display does not appear. Engine On due to reasons displayed by the system are in a chart following this list. 
Motor-to-Engine Flow  Shows the direction of power flow between the engine and the electric motor. The direction indicates if the engine is providing power to the high-voltage electrical system, or if the high-voltage electrical system is providing power to control or start the engine. 
Engine Power  Represents the gasoline engine. It illuminates only when the gasoline engine is on. The higher the engine power is, the larger the circle around this node. 
Engine-to-Wheels Flow  Shows the direction of the power flow between the engine and the wheels. 
Drive Power  Represents the power going to the wheels. The higher the wheel power is, the larger the circle around this node. When the engine is off, drive power is shown in blue. When the engine is on, drive power is shown in grey. 

1The battery-to-motor flow includes battery power the vehicle is using for acceleration. It does not include energy the vehicle is using for accessories (such as air conditioning, headlights and radio). This screen displays accessories and climate usage separately.
2 Accessories indicates electrical power demands from your vehicle’s accessory systems. Accessories use power but do not contribute to making the vehicle move. The power flow displays power usage from the climate control system and other accessories separately.
3The climate control system may determine A/C is necessary even when you turn it off. In this case, you may see some climate power when the A/C is off.

Engine On due to  
Heater Setting
The engine is on because of the heater setting. Reduce or turn off the heater setting to return to electric mode. 
High Speed
The engine is on because the vehicle speed exceeds the level for electric mode operation. Reduce the speed to return to electric mode. 
Acceleration
The engine is on when applying pressure to the accelerator pedal or switching on the speed control. Reduce pressure on the accelerator pedal or switch off the speed control to return to full electric mode. 
Neutral Gear
The engine is on because the vehicle is in neutral gear. Shift out of neutral gear to return to electric mode. 
Low Gear
The engine is on because the vehicle is in low gear. Shift out of low gear to return to electric mode. 
Battery Charging
The engine is on to charge the high-voltage battery. The vehicle returns to electric mode once the battery is charged. 
Oil Maintenance
(Energi Only)  The engine is on to maintain engine oil quality. The vehicle returns to electric mode when engine oil maintenance is complete. See  Engine Oil Check.   
Batt Temperature
(Energi Only)  The engine is on due to high or low high-voltage battery temperature. This is a normal operating condition. The vehicle returns to electric mode automatically when possible. 
Normal Operation
The engine is on to optimize vehicle operation. The vehicle returns to electric mode when possible. 

Status
This indicates which mode is active within the vehicle system.

Menu Item  Action and Description 
Hybrid Drive
The electric motor and gasoline engine are powering the vehicle. 
Charging HV Battery
The hybrid system is storing power in the high-voltage battery. 
Idle
The vehicle is either at rest, or sharing very little power between the electric system parts. 
Electric Drive
The vehicle is driving in electric mode (the power is coming from the electric motor). The gasoline engine is off in this mode. 
Charge Complete
(Energi Only)  The high-voltage battery charging from the wall is complete. 

Status
Privacy Notice for GPS Mapping with MyFord Mobile
MyFord Mobile allows for GPS mapping when a vehicle is registered to a MyFord Mobile account. To remove the vehicle from the account, thereby removing GPS mapping ability, a Master Reset can be performed in the vehicle. See  Settings
Before transferring ownership of a vehicle, owners may choose to execute a Master Reset or Factory Reset (completed via the MyFord Mobile website). Either method removes the vehicle from all MyFord Mobile accounts.
It is recommended that new owners conduct a Master Reset upon taking possession of the vehicle to remove it from any existing MyFord Mobile accounts. The new owner can activate a MyFord Mobile account by completing registration process on the website. the going to www.myfordmobile.eu and following the registration process.

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