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I've noticed weird behavior with the driver-side blind spot monitoring when driving at night. When I'm traveling on a highway and there is a center median wall (left lane), my blindspot monitor light remains illuminated. Once I move one lane over, it goes off. Has anyone else noticed this issue?
 

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I've noticed weird behavior with the driver-side blind spot monitoring when driving at night. When I'm traveling on a highway and there is a center median wall (left lane), my blindspot monitor light remains illuminated. Once I move one lane over, it goes off. Has anyone else noticed this issue?
In a way it kind of works as advertised. Technically speaking, there is an object to the left of you and if you are close to the median wall then it's just a reminder to watch the barrier. I've noticed it but didn't think it was a flaw.


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In a way it kind of works as advertised. Technically speaking, there is an object to the left of you and if you are close to the median wall then it's just a reminder to watch the barrier. I've noticed it but didn't think it was a flaw.

The only flaw is the wall/barrier too close to the car,:p
 

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Mine does the same thing. Its because you are close enough to the wall. I've seen that many times on our narrow roads here in NY. That's by design. Our M37 does the same.
 
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I guess it struck me as "weird" because I ride the same freeway during daylight hours and the monitor light does not illuminate. Only happens at night.
 

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I guess it struck me as "weird" because I ride the same freeway during daylight hours and the monitor light does not illuminate. Only happens at night.
That part is weird. Be sure to ask your dealer about it. Sounds like a potential bug that needs to get worked out. I've not noticed it around here, but maybe because I haven't driven much at night on the freeway.

My other thought is maybe it has something to do with the construction (materials) of the wall. But then you'd think it would perform the same during the day as well.
 
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