You can change the sensitivity under settings. Don't remember exactly how to get there though.
I had this happen last week. I went into Intouch and shut off the sonar. I think it was under settings/ sonar.The sensors are very helpful when I park. I have a tight space in my garage and it allows me to get in there with great precision. Well, we had a nice little snow storm today and everytime I came to a light (or slowed down), the sensors started going crazy. Quick beeps, to a ultimately that solid loud beep. It was making me nuts.
How do I turn that off on the fly. I want to keep it on for when I am parking in the garage, but I certainly don't want it going off at every light/ stop sign. If somebody could tell me how the easiest way to turn this off, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Perfect. Thank you!I had this happen last week. I went into Intouch and shut off the sonar. I think it was under settings/ sonar.
Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
Sheesh, it sucks to hear you're having all these issues.I discovered this wonderful "feature" of the car this morning while driving to my office in our first snowfall here in Albany--just a dusting. The car had been in my garage and there was very little snow hitting the front bumper. Driver aids were off. It behaved the same way both in snow mode and standard.
This is really ridiculous. Who designed this system? Actually, who designed and tested most of the electronic systems on this car?
Also, is anyone else concerned about the possibility that these false reads may cause the vehicle to think a collision is imminent and emergency brake? I have three times had the car randomly stop short while driving in my parking lot with no snow, rain or anything in front of the car. This was with driver aids turned on.
I have largely stopped using these features for which I paid thousands because I am concerned they may do something unpredictable and cause an accident. Not to mention that the lane assist makes the car sway and the intelligent cruise control seems to go on and off the throttle in second intervals when it should be holding a constant speed, which after a while is enough to make you feel car sick. (At least one other person observed the same; dealership is puzzled). Did I mention that 9 out of 10 times the car also won't let me engage the regular cruise control--it just stays on ICC?
Yes, really enjoying the new car and all its "features."