Me too. So, it's just a matter of locking the doors so the pressure doesn't pop the filler cap.
I've never heard of this before, interesting! I'll have to look for one near me.I only use a touchless laser wash in which i drive it in, place it in park, remain in the vehicle, and the machine travels around my stationary vehicle. The Ascent doesn"t move u.til I slowly drive it out during the drying sequence.
Thanks. We have no shortage of a y other kind of car wash, which is all that any search is returning. It seems like I'm just in a dead spot for these kinds of washes laser car wash near 08805 at DuckDuckGo
Have you tried it with everything on? Mines been thru a hundred car washes and I've never turned off anything. No issues.Hi- What I meant by a non self driving car wash is...I am not in the car as it goes through the wash. Self driving=you can sit in the car and drive through the wash
Mine has jammed on the brakes three times, and once I have had to turn off auto vehicle hold for an attendant. I do go through far more car washes than most people though.Have you tried it with everything on? Mines been thru a hundred car washes and I've never turned off anything. No issues.
I own a 2020 Ascent Touring. I go through a full service car wash weekly. I leave the keys in the car and put it in neutral. Never had a problem. " I think " you're over thinking this .Hi-
I read up on what to turn off before taking the Ascent to a car wash.
When I turn off the pre collision braking...it reads "OFF" on the main panel...but when I turn off the engine and get back in my car...the off is illuminated for about 4 seconds and then disappears. I would think that this means that it is back on. The same for the lane changing (stay in your line prompt). They both will turn off and read off, but appear to turn back on when the engine is turned off and on again.
When I am at a car wash- I can turn off the pre collision braking,, but my engine gets turned off when they are vacuuming etc...once they turn the engine back on, it will engage this feature again. (and I won't be in the car to turn it off) How am I supposed to go to a non self driving car wash when I am not in the car if the pre collision braking comes back on if the engine turns off and back on?
If the ignition is ON, Eyesight is able to function. Being in neutral is irrelevant to the braking system.I own a 2020 Ascent Touring. I go through a full service car wash weekly. I leave the keys in the car and put it in neutral. Never had a problem. " I think " you're over thinking this .
Those kind of washes are not the issue. Disabling eyesight applies to the "roll through" washes where a roller pushes your car on a track. Eyesight has the potential to get triggered by all of the machinery moving around, which would activate the brakes, stop the line of cars rolling through, and most likely be a headache for the car wash workers.The ones where you park, and the machinery moves around the car
The vehicle isn't moving so there can be no issue with something like collision detection. The issue, when it happens, is when the vehicle is physically moving down the tunnel/track and it senses moving things and slams the brakes on which, um...gums up the works. You have not tunnel/track with the type of car wash you use; hence, no problem.I've always used the 'Lazer' touchless washes or equivalent wherever I go. The ones where you park, and the machinery moves around the car. I've never had a problem with 2 Outbacks and my Ascent.