LDW system operation

The LDW system operates above approximately 43 MPH (70 km/h).

When the vehicle approaches either the left or the right of the traveling lane, the LDW system will chime a sound and the LDW light (orange) on the instrument panel will blink to alert the driver.

The LDW system is not designed to operate under the following conditions.

When you operate the lane change signal and change traveling lanes in the direction of the signal. (The LDW system will become operable again approximately 2 seconds after the lane change signal is turned off.)
When the vehicle speed is less than approximately 43 MPH (70 km/h).

After the above conditions have finished and the necessary operating conditions are satisfied, the LDW functions will resume.

Turning on or off the LDW system

The LDW system is turned on or off using the setting menu on the center display.

SYSTEM ON:

The LDW light (green) on the instrument panel will light up.

SYSTEM OFF:

The LDW light (green) on the instrument panel will go out.

Perform the following steps to enable or disable

Perform the following steps to enable or disable the LDW system.

1. Push the SETTING1 button and highlight the “Driver Assistance” key on the display using the multi-function controller. Then push the ENTER2 button.

2. Highlight the “Lane Departure Warning” key,

2. Highlight the “Lane Departure Warning” key, select ON (enabled) or OFF (disabled) and push the ENTER2 button.

Warning systems switch

Warning systems switch

The warning systems switch is used to temporarily turn off the warning systems (Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Blind Spot Warning (BSW) systems) that are activated using the settings menu.

WARNING

The camera unit may not be able to detect properly under the following conditions:

— On roads where there are multiple parallel lane markers; lane markers that are faded or not painted clearly; yellow painted lane markers; nonstandard lane markers; or lane markers covered with water, dirt, snow, etc.
— On roads where the discontinued lane markers are still detectable.
— On roads where there are sharp curves.
— On roads where there are sharply contrasting objects, such as shadows, snow, water, wheel ruts, seams or lines remaining after road repairs. (The LDW system could detect these items as lane markers.)
— On roads where the traveling lane merges or separates.
— When the vehicle’s traveling direction does not align with the lane marker.
— When the road surface is very dark due to weak ambient light or impaired tail lamp.

When driving on a curved road, warning will be late on the outside of the curve.

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