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ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL STOP AND GO (22/22)
In the event of system disturbance
Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:
- the windscreen or bumper is obscured in the area of the radar (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation, number plate etc.);
- a complex environment (tunnel etc.);
- poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice, etc.);
- poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
- being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
- narrow, winding or undulating road (tight bends etc.) ;
- a vehicle with a significant difference in speed;
- use of mats not adapted to the vehicle. On the driver’s side, only use mats suitable for the vehicle, attached with the pre-fit-
ted components, and check the fitting regularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. There is a risk of wedging the
pedals.
In this case, the system may brake or accelerate unintentionally.
Many unforeseen situations may affect the system operation. Certain objects or vehicles that can appear in the camera or
radar detection zone may be interpreted by the system incorrectly, possibly leading to inappropriate acceleration or braking.
You should always be attentive to sudden events that might occur while you are driving. Always keep your vehicle
under control by keeping your feet near the pedals, so that you are ready to act in any event.
2.104
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (1/15)
The “Active Driver Assist” is a driv-
The Stop and Go adaptive
The system controls acceleration and
ing aid system for use outside built-up
deceleration of your vehicle using the
cruise control function.
areas, on wide roads and with visible
engine and braking system.
Based on information from a radar or
lines.
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
camera or map data sent via a GSM
trol function can be activated from 0 to
Depending on the vehicle, this system
connection, the adaptive cruise con-
93 mph or 99 mph (0 to 150 km/h or
comprises the “Adaptive cruise con-
trol Stop and Go gives you the option
160 km/h) according to road conditions
trol Stop and Go” function ➥ 2.83 and
of maintaining a selected speed, known
(traffic, weather etc.)
the “Lane centering assist.” function.
as the cruising speed, while keeping a
It is represented by the following symbol
When these two functions are activated
safe distance from the vehicle in front in
simultaneously, the system allows the
the same lane. The cruising speed can
➥ 2.83.
driver to:
be adjusted automatically to a speed
Note:
limit change (available by subscription).
- maintain vehicle speed based on a
- the driver must observe the maxi-
previously saved speed;
If the vehicle in front stops, the Stop
mum speed limit and safe distances
and Go adaptive cruise control may
in the country where they are driving;
- adjust the distance between this ve-
brake your vehicle to a complete stop
- the adaptive cruise control can brake
hicle and the vehicle in front;
before setting off again.
the vehicle up to a third of the brak-
– direct the vehicle to the centre of the
ing capacity. Depending on the situ-
lane;
ation, the driver may need to brake
harder.
- adapt the vehicle speed to the speed
shown on the road signs, automat-
ically or after confirmation by the
driver.
Important: you should keep
your feet near the pedals
and your hands on the
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise
steering wheel at all times
control does not trigger an emer-
to prepare for any event.
gency stop and its braking capabil-
ity is limited.
2.105
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (2/15)
The “Lane centering assist.”
Additional information
function
Depending on the vehicle, the “Active
Using information from a camera, the
Driver Assist” function may be used
“Lane centering assist.” function uses
with other driving aid functions.
the steering system to direct the vehi-
Please note that:
cle to the middle of the lane. This func-
- activating the speed limiter causes
tion is only available while the Stop and
deactivation of the system;
Go adaptive cruise control is activated.
➥ 2.83.
- the system cannot be activated when
the “Automated park assist” function
If the conditions allow it, the function is
is active;
available between:
- Activating the
“Lane centering
- 0 mph and 99 mph (0 and 160 km/h)
assist.” function suspends the “Lane
approximately with a vehicle in front;
departure warning” or “Lane cross-
or
ing prevention” functions if they have
- 37 mph (60 km/h) et 99 mph (160
been activated. They will be reacti-
km/h) approximately without a vehi-
vated when the driver decides to stop
cle in front.
the “Lane centering assist.” function.
The “Lane centering assist.” function is
a comfort feature. It is represented by
the symbol
Note: in the event of a sharp bend,
the function’s lateral retention capaci-
ties are limited and require the driver to
take immediate action on the steering
wheel.
2.106
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (3/15)
3
2
1
4
9
5
6
8
7
2.107
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (4/15)
Computer 1
Aerial and maps 3 continued
Radar 8 continued
Receives information from the radar
The system can also adjust the vehi-
The system’s maximum range is ap-
and camera to determine the vehi-
cle’s speed when approaching a bend
proximately
150 metres. This may
cle trajectory and speed (acceleration
or roundabout.
vary according to the road conditions
or braking). Amongst other things, it
(ground relief, weather conditions, etc.).
controls activation/deactivation of the
Electronic parking brake 4
Ensure that the radar area is not ob-
system (door opening, etc.).
It the vehicle stationary under certain
structed (dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted
conditions.
front number plate), impacted, modified
Camera 2
(including painting) or hidden by any
Detects markings on the ground, road
Capacitive sensor 5
accessory fitted on the front of the vehi-
signs and the position of vehicles in the
cle (on the grille or logo etc.).
Depending on the vehicle, it detects
various traffic lanes. It complements the
hands on the steering wheel.
Active vehicle control 9
information transmitted by the 7 radar.
Make sure the windscreen is not ob-
Power-assisted steering 6
This system provides information on
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, etc.).
vehicle dynamics to the computer 1
Operates the front wheels to assist the
(speed, lateral acceleration etc.) and
trajectory of your vehicle according to
Aerial and maps 3
acts on the braking system to control
details transmitted by the 1 computer.
Road maps and certain driving con-
deceleration and to keep the vehicle
ditions
(roundabouts and cornering)
Engine computer 7
stationary.
are downloaded according to the jour-
It controls and directs the engine to
ney taken by the vehicle. The system
carry out the required acceleration.
can anticipate deceleration following a
change of the speed limit indicated on
Radar 8
road signs, depending on the parame-
Calculates the distance between your
ters selected by the driver.
vehicle and the vehicle in front.
The radar and camera
zones must be kept clean
and free of any tampering in
order to ensure the proper
operation of the system.
2.108
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (5/15)
23
16
11
18
17
10
12
19
20
13
22
14
21
15
2.109
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (6/15)
Controls
Displays on the instrument
Steering wheel 23
10
Push upwards: puts the func-
panel
The driver must always keep their
tion on standby or increases the
17
Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
hands on the steering wheel. If too
stored cruising speed (RES/+).
much force is applied when turning
trol function warning light
the steering wheel, the “Lane center-
10
Push downwards: activates,
ing assist.” function is put on standby
stores and decreases cruising
18
Stored cruising speed.
so the driver can regain control of the
speed (SET/-).
19
Vehicle in front.
vehicle.
11
Set active functions to standby
20
Stored safe distance
Under certain conditions (sharp bends,
(with cruising speed saved) (0).
21
Left-hand and right-hand line indi-
etc.) a vibration may be triggered on the
12
Speed limiter activation/deacti-
cators
steering wheel to warn the driver that
they must regain control of the vehicle.
vation
22
“Lane centering assist.” function
If the driver does not handle the steer-
13
Adjusting the following distance.
warning light.
ing wheel (no hands are detected) the
14
Adaptive cruise control main
“Lane centering assist.” function is de-
Stop/Start switch Stop and Go.
activated after several warnings.
15
Contextual button.
16
“Lane keeping system” function
activation/deactivation
switch.
2.110
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (7/15)
The
“Lane keeping system” must
be activated. If the warning light of
the
16 button is not lit, press the
button 16
The message “Lane keeping system
activated” appears on the instrument
panel to confirm that the function is ac-
22
21
21
tivated.
This status remains stored when the
vehicle is stopped.
The adaptive cruise control Stop and
16
Go must be switched on.
To do this, press the 14 button to ac-
tivate it. The message “Active driver
Activating the “Lane
assist ready: SET to activate” (or, de-
centering assist.” function
pending on the vehicle, “Road assist
The warning light 22
is displayed
ready: SET to activate”) will appear on
in green and the left-hand and right-
The “Lane centering assist.” function
the instrument panel.
hand line indicators 21 are displayed on
must be previously selected via the
the instrument panel to confirm that the
multimedia screen to be activated.
The warning light 22
is displayed
function is activated and directing your
From the “Vehicle” World, select to the
in grey on the instrument panel.
vehicle to the centre of the lane.
“Driving assistance” tab then the “Lane
You can interrupt the “Lane centering
Now push the steering wheel control 10
keeping system” menu.
assist.” function at any time by moving
downwards (SET/-).
Select “Lane centering assist.”.
the steering wheel. As soon as you stop
The “Active Driver Assist” consisting of
turning the steering wheel, the “Lane
This selection remains stored when the
the adaptive cruise control Stop and Go
centering assist.” function is reacti-
vehicle is stopped.
and the “Lane centering assist.” func-
vated.
tion is then activated.
Note: you must keep your hands on the
steering wheel when using the “Lane
centering assist.” function.
2.111
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (8/15)
Putting the “Lane centering
- the system is temporarily disrupted
(for example: camera obscured by
assist.” function on standby
dirt, mud, snow,condensation, etc.).
The “Lane centering assist.” function is
Certain actions carried out by the driver
put on standby automatically when:
also suspend the
“Lane centering
– the Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
assist.” function:
trol is put on standby ➥ 2.83 ;
- activating the indicators;
- the system no longer detects the
22
21
21
– too much force is used when han-
lines or only one line is detected in
dling the steering wheel.
your lane;
Standby of the function is confirmed by
- the lane is too narrow or too wide;
- the system does not detect any
the 22
warning light and the left-
hands on the steering wheel;
hand and right-hand line indicators 21
appearing in grey on the instrument
- the bend is too sharp;
panel.
- in some driving conditions (rounda-
Once the conditions are met, the func-
bout, intersection, etc.);
tion again directs the vehicle to the
- the vehicle speed is greater than
centre of the lane. The 22
warn-
approximately 93 mph or 100 mph
ing light and left-hand and right-hand
(150 km/h or 160 km/h), depending
line indicators 21 are displayed in green
on the vehicle;
on the instrument panel.
– the vehicle speed is below approx-
imately 37 mph (60 km/h), without
any vehicle in front;
- the vehicle touches or breaches a
line;
Important: you should keep
your feet near the pedals
and your hands on the
steering wheel at all times
You can affect the vehicle trajec-
to prepare for any event.
tory at any point by turning the
steering wheel.
2.112
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (9/15)
- after approximately 30 seconds,
If the driver does not put their hands on
the “Keep hands on steering wheel”
the steering wheel after the warning is
displayed, a beep sounds and the 24
message and the 24
, warning
light appear in red on the instrument
warning light flashes on the in-
panel, accompanied by a beep that
strument panel.
gets gradually louder;
The brakes are then briefly applied re-
- after approximately 45 seconds,
peatedly to inform the driver that they
the audio sources go on standby,
must retake control of the vehicle by
24
the beep sounds continually, the 24
putting their hands on the steering
wheel.
warning light goes off and the
If the driver does not respond, the
“Lane centering deactivated” mes-
“Active Driver Assist” activates the
sage appears in red on the instru-
hazard warning lights and slows down
ment panel: the “Lane centering
the vehicle until it comes to a complete
assist.” function is deactivated.
stop.
“Hands on steering wheel”
The driver can interrupt the manoeu-
alert
vre, and the Active Driver Assist, at any
When the “Lane centering assist.” func-
time by putting their hands on the steer-
tion no longer detects your hands on
ing wheel, braking or deactivating the
the steering wheel, several warning
“Lane centering assist.” function or the
levels will be triggered:
adaptive cruise control function Stop
- after 15 seconds, the “Keep hands
and Go.
on steering wheel” message ap-
pears in yellow on the instrument
panel;
In the first two alert levels, when the
system again detects the presence
of the driver’s hands on the steering
wheel, the system stops the alerts.
The function continues to direct the
vehicle to the centre of the lane.
2.113
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (10/15)
“Hands on steering wheel”
alert continued
Note: in some situations, the “Lane
centering assist.” function may no
longer detect your hands on the steer-
ing wheel and may sound a signal:
- the driver is holding the steering
wheel very lightly;
- the driver is wearing gloves;
- ...
If the “Lane centering assist.” func-
tion is deactivated due to the driv-
er’s hands not being detected on
the steering wheel, the adaptive
cruise control function Stop and Go
remains in operation.
Warning concerning the
capacitive sensor: the fit-
ting of any accessory on
the steering wheel is pro-
hibited (protective cover, etc.)
2.114
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (11/15)
If the vehicle crosses a line com-
pletely and moves out of its lane or
if the bend is too sharp, the “Lane
centering assist.” function is put on
standby.
Standby of the function is confirmed by
the 22
warning light and the left-
22
21
21
hand and right-hand line indicators 21
appearing in grey on the instrument
panel.
In the case of a sharp bend
If the driver does not intervene, the
function triggers the vibration of the
In the case of a sharp band, and de-
steering wheel to signal that the vehi-
pending on the vehicle speed, the func-
cle is about to breach a line and that
tion’s side retaining capacities will be
the driver needs to carry out immediate
limited and require the driver to carry
action.
out immediate action on the steering
wheel so that the vehicle remains in the
The 22
warning light and the
The “Lane centering assist.” func-
centre of the lane.
left-hand or right-hand line indicator 21
tion cannot assist the driver when
appear in red on the instrument panel.
negotiating a roundabout or an in-
tersection and may automatically
switch to standby
(see previous
pages).
In all cases, the driver must always
turn the steering wheel to manage
the vehicle trajectory under these
driving conditions.
2.115
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (12/15)
- the “Lane centering assist.” func-
tion is deselected via the multime-
dia screen (from the World “Vehicle”,
select the tab “Driving assistance”,
then the menu
“Lane keeping
system”).
The 22
warning light and the left-
hand and right-hand line indicators 21
disappear from the instrument panel.
Operating faults
16
14
If a “Lane centering assist.” function op-
erating fault is detected, the message
“Check Lane Centring” is displayed on
Deactivating the “Lane
- the Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
the instrument panel and the function is
trol is deactivated ➥ 2.83.
disabled.
centering assist.” function
The “Lane centering assist.” function is
The Stop and Go adaptive cruise con-
Note: pressing button 14
si-
deactivated if:
trol function remains in operation.
multaneously deactivates the adap-
- you press switch 16. The function’s
tive cruise control function Stop and
Consult an approved dealer.
deactivation is confirmed by the ap-
Go and the “Lane centering assist.”
pearance of the message: “Lane
function;
keeping system deactivated” on the
- the system will no longer detect the
instrument panel.
driver’s hands on the steering wheel
Note: pressing the 16 switch deac-
for a period over 45 seconds approx-
tivates the “Lane centering assist.”
imately;
function but does not affect opera-
tion of the adaptive cruise control
Stop and Go;
2.116
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (13/15)
The “Active Driver Assist” is an additional driving aid. it can under no circumstances replace the driver’s responsibility
to respect speed limits and safe distances and to be vigilant.
The driver must always be in control of the vehicle.
The driver must always adapt their trajectory and speed according to the surroundings and driving conditions, regardless of
system indications.
Except for lines delimiting lanes and the speed limit signs within the limits of the system’s detection capacity, the road sign in-
formation (other traffic signs, traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, etc.) are not recognised by the system. These do not trigger
any alert or reaction by the system.
The “Active Driver Assist” uses the “Adaptive cruise control Stop and Go” and “Lane centering assist.” functions. The system
should under no circumstances be taken to be an obstacle detector or an anti-collision system.
Use the “Active Driver Assist” exclusively outside built-up areas, on wide roads with visible lines.
It must not be used in heavy traffic, on winding or slippery roads (black ice, aquaplaning, gravel) or during bad weather (fog,
rain, side winds etc.).
There is a risk of accidents.
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the radar and/or camera alignment may be changed and its operation may consequently be af-
fected. Deactivate the system and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the proximity of the radar and/or camera (replacements, repairs, windscreen modifications, paintwork etc.) must
be carried out by a qualified professional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
2.117
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (14/15)
Deactivating the system
You must deactivate the system if:
- the vehicle is travelling on a windy road;
- the vehicle is being towed (breakdowns);
- the vehicle is towing a trailer or a caravan;
- the vehicle is being driven in a tunnel or close to a metallic structure;
- the vehicle arrives at a toll point, a roadwork area or on a narrow lane;
- the vehicle is being driven up or down a very steep slope;
- the visibility is poor (glaring sun, fog etc.);
- the weather conditions are poor (rain, snow, side winds, etc.);
- the vehicle is being driven on a slippery road surface (rain, snow, gravel, etc.);
- the camera area has been damaged (e.g. interior or exterior windscreen area); the windscreen is cracked or distorted;
- the radar area has been damaged (impacts, etc.) ;
- the surface of the steering wheel is damaged or damp.
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
2.118
ACTIVE DRIVER ASSIST (15/15)
Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:
- obstruction of the windscreen or the radar area (by dirt, ice, snow, condensation etc.) Frequently check the cleanli-
ness and condition of the windscreen, front wiper blades and front bumper;
- a complex environment (tunnel etc.);
- poor weather conditions (snow, heavy rain, hail, black ice, etc.);
- poor visibility (night, fog etc.);
- poor contrast between the vehicle preceding it and the surrounding area (e.g. white vehicle in a snowy area etc.) ;
- being dazzled (glaring sun, lights of vehicles travelling in the opposite direction etc.);
- narrow, winding or undulating road (tight bends etc.);
- the tar lines detected as a line by the system;
- narrowing/widening lanes;
- road markings which are worn, lacking in contrast or very widely spaced from one another (lines partially erased etc);
- multiple markings on the road (roadworks area, slip roads connecting to adjacent motorways, hard shoulder etc.);
- road signs that do not include an arrow, located in a motorway exit;
- an area with low connectivity that makes it impossible to geolocate the vehicle or maps that are not up-to-date;
- a vehicle with a significant difference in speed;
- use of mats not adapted to the vehicle. On the driver’s side, only use mats suitable for the vehicle, attached with the pre-
fitted components, and check the fitting regularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. There is a risk of wedging the
pedals.
In these cases:
- Risk of unwanted braking or acceleration.
- Risk of unwanted, incorrect correction or no correction of trajectory.
Many unforeseen situations may affect the system operation. Certain objects or vehicles that can appear in the camera or
radar detection zone may be interpreted by the system incorrectly, possibly leading to inappropriate acceleration or braking.
You should always be attentive to sudden events that might occur while you are driving. Always maintain your vehi-
cle under control by keeping your feet near the pedals and your hands on the steering wheel, so that you are ready
to act in any event.
2.119
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (1/6)
Operating principle
Ultrasonic sensors, indicated by
arrows 1, are fitted in the bumpers to
measure the distance between the ve-
hicle and an obstacle.
1
This measurement is indicated by
beeps which become more frequent the
closer you come to the obstacle, until
they become a continuous beep when
the vehicle is approximately
20 to
30 centimetres from the obstacle.
Depending on the configuration of the
vehicle, the system detects obstacles
This function is an
addi-
to the front, the rear and the sides of
tional driving aid.
the vehicle.
Location of the ultrasonic
Under no circumstances
The parking distance control system
sensors 1
should it replace the driv-
is only activated when the vehicle is
er’s care or responsibility whilst re-
driven at a speed below approximately
Ensure that the ultrasonic sensors indi-
versing.
6 mph (10 km/h).
cated by the arrows 1 are not obscured
The driver should always be ready
(by dirt, mud, snow, a badly fitted/at-
The function does not take into account
for sudden incidents while driv-
tached number plate), impacted, mod-
towing or carrying systems that are not
ing: always ensure that there are
ified (including paintwork) or obstructed
recognised by the system.
no small, narrow moving obstacles
by any accessory fitted to the rear and/
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
or, depending on the vehicle, to the
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
front or sides of your vehicle.
spot when manoeuvring.
2.120
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (2/6)
Note: for vehicles fitted with the “360°
2
Camera” function ➥ 2.135, analysis
C
of the vehicle surroundings (areas A
and B) is not displayed in “Bird’s eye
view” or “Side view” mode.
Operation
Most objects located less near the
front, rear and sides of the vehicle are
detected.
Depending on the distance of the ob-
stacle, the frequency of the beep will
be higher while approaching it, and
A
B
will become a continuous beep around
20 cm away for obstacles to the sides,
Note: the display 2 shows the vehicle
and around 30 cm for obstacles to the
surroundings and emits beeps.
front or rear. The green, orange (or
It is necessary to travel a few metres
yellow depending on the vehicle) and
before the side detection is activated.
red zones will be shown on the C dis-
play.
If all areas have a grey background, the
An impact to the under-
whole area around the vehicle is being
Note: in the event of a change in tra-
side of the vehicle while
monitored:
jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of
manoeuvring
(e.g. strik-
collision with an obstacle may be sig-
ing a post, raised kerb or
- A: analysis of the vehicle surround-
nalled late.
other street furniture) may result in
ings in progress;
damage to the vehicle (e.g. defor-
- B: analysis of the vehicle surround-
mation of an axle).
ings carried out.
To avoid any risk of accident, have
your vehicle checked by an ap-
proved dealer.
2.121
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (3/6)
If a side obstacle is detected:
D
- the beeps become faster and then
sound continuously as the obstacle
gets nearer. Green, orange and red
zones will be displayed on the dis-
4
play D;
- if there is no risk of collision, no beep
will sound when approaching the ob-
stacle. Green, orange and red zones
will be displayed interspersed on the
display D.
3
Note: in the event of a change in tra-
jectory during a manoeuvre, the risk of
collision with an obstacle may be sig-
nalled late.
Detection of obstacles to the side
Activation/deactivation
Depending on the direction of the
To activate or deactivate the various
wheels, the system determines the tra-
zones covered by the ultrasonic detec-
jectory of the vehicle and notifies the
tors, please refer to the multimedia in-
driver of any risk or otherwise of a col-
structions.
lision with an obstacle 3 to the side of
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
the vehicle.
An impact to the underside of the vehicle while manoeuvring (e.g. striking a post, raised kerb or other street furniture)
may result in damage to the vehicle (e.g. deformation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have your vehicle checked by an approved Dealer.
2.122
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (4/6)
Adjustment
Deactivating the parking
- when an operating fault is detected.
Depending on the vehicle, with the ve-
distance control manually
Note: if the vehicle is fitted with a
hicle stationary, engine running, some
towbar recognised by the system, only
You must disable the function if:
settings can be adjusted from the multi-
the rear Park Assist function is deacti-
media screen 4.
- if towing, carrying or trailer equip-
vated.
ment that is unrecognised by the
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
system is present in front of the ul-
tions for further information.
trasonic detectors;
Operating faults
Select “Settings”, “Parking assistance”.
- in the event of damage to the ultra-
When the system detects an operating
sonic sensors.
fault, a beep sounds for approximately
Parking distance control audio
three seconds the first time reverse
volume
gear is selected and is accompanied by
Parking distance control
the message “Check Parking sensors”
Select “Settings”, “Parking assistance”,
automatic deactivation
shown on the instrument panel. Check
“Sound”. Adjust the volume of the park-
that your ultrasonic sensors are clean.
ing distance control by pressing + or -.
The system deactivates:
If the message remains, contact an ap-
System sound
-
when the vehicle speed is above ap-
proved dealer.
proximately 6 mph (10 km/h);
Enables the system sound to be
chosen. Select “Settings”, “Parking as-
depending on the model, when the
sistance”, “Sound”.
vehicle is stationary for more than
approximately 5 seconds and an ob-
Deactivating the system sound
stacle is detected (such as when in a
traffic jam, etc.);
Activate or deactivate the parking dis-
tance control sound.
-
when you are in position N;
Note: if you deactivate the sound, you
will no longer be notified with beeps
when approaching an obstacle.
When the vehicle is travelling at a
speed below approximately 6 mph
(10 km/h), some noises (motorcy-
cle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.) may
trigger the beeping sound of the
parking distance control.
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PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (5/6)
System servicing/repairs
- In the event of an impact, the alignment of the sensors may be altered and their operation may consequently be affected.
Deactivate the function and consult an authorised dealer.
- Any work in the area where the sensors are located (repairs, replacements, etc.) must be carried out by a qualified profes-
sional.
Only an authorised dealer is qualified to service the system.
System disturbance
Some conditions can disrupt or damage the operation of the system, for example:
- poor weather conditions (rain, snow, hail, black ice, etc.);
- in the event of exposure to strong electromagnetic waves (under high-voltage lines, etc.);
- some types of noise (motorcycle, lorry, pneumatic drill etc.);
- fitting an unsuitable towing ball or hook.
Risk of false alarms or absence of warnings
In the event of the system behaving abnormally, deactivate it and consult an authorised dealer.
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