Starting and driving
to select “Driver Assistance.” Then
push the OK.
2. Select “Driver Attention Alert” and
push the OK to turn the system on
engine is restarted.
I-DA SYSTEM LIMITATIONS
Listed below are the system limita-
tions for the I–DA system. Failure to
operate the vehicle in accordance
with these system limitations could
result in serious injury or death.
The I-DA system may not operate
properly and may not provide an
alert in the following conditions:
an uneven road surface or pot
— Strong side wind.
driving style with higher cor-
nering speeds or higher rates
— Frequent lane changes or
changes to vehicle speed.
The I–DA system will not provide
an alert in the following condi-
MPH (60 km/h).
— Short lapses of attention.
such as dropping an object.
If the I–DA system malfunctions, the
“Driver Attention Alert Malfunction” warn-
ing message will appear in the vehicle
information display and the function will
be stopped automatically.
Action to take
Stop the vehicle in a safe location, place
the vehicle in P (Park) position, turn the
engine off and restart the engine. If the
warning message continues to appear,
have the system checked. It is recom-
mended that you visit a NISSAN dealer for
Failure to follow the warnings and
instructions for proper use of the
RAB system could result in serious
injury or death.
The RAB system is a supplemen-
tal aid to the driver. It is not a
replacement for proper driving
procedures. Always use the side
and rear mirrors and turn and
look in the direction you will
move before and while backing
up. Never rely solely on the RAB
system. It is the driver’s respon-
sibility to stay alert, drive safely,
and be in control of the vehicle at
There is a limitation to the RAB
system capability. The RAB sys-
tem is not effective in all situa-
The RAB system can assist the driver
when the vehicle is backing up and
approaching objects directly behind the
REAR AUTOMATIC BRAKING (RAB)