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SYNC 3 Overview: Customizable Settings | SYNC 3 How-To | Ford



Want to customize your SYNC 3 features and settings? This video will walk you through how to do so.

By using the touch screen, you are able to personalize the appearance of your touch display screen, set display preferences, set the clock, turn on the valet mode and more.

SYNC 3 – the new communications and entertainment system from Ford – features high-speed performance, enhanced voice recognition, a smartphone-like touch screen and an easy-to-understand graphical interface.*

*Available feature. Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control. Only use SYNC/other devices, even with voice commands, when it is safe to do so. Some features may be locked out while the vehicle is in gear. Not all features are compatible with all phones. Message and data rates may apply.

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  1. My 2018 f150's sync 3 has a mind of its own… been hard reset twice and also needed the audio control module replaced. All before 5200 miles

  2. It's a shame the set background wallpaper option (something i guess was a very Microsofty thing to do) has been lost in Sync 3. It's one of the unique discussion points in my Focus ST. Hope can be brought back in future updates, Ford?

  3. Way too much content on these things. Talk about distracted driving. Too bad nobody will know the cause most of the time when someone impales themselves into a tree or utility pole because they weren't watching the road and were preoccupied playing with this lousy overly complicated touch screen mess.

  4. My Father is a retiree from Ford/Visteon. Our favorite car was our 1999 Taurus as a family. My Father's was his black Mustang with Bose stereo system. My Mother's her Explorers. My 2002 Escort ZX2, lasted 14 years and 35 tires replaced!

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