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Sorry tried to post this in the eyesight tips and help but the topic was closed.

So does lane keep assist and the lane keep assist warning work only together? I guess my question is can you have the warning beeps without having lane keep assist on? Like I wouldn’t mind the beep warning but don’t want the lane keep assist actually on.
 

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You can disable the auto correction with the lower right button on the steering wheel. It will still yell at you that you are leaving the lane just will not correct for you. I am unsure if you can turn the warning off (probably can but I haven't).
 
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Page 90 says it's the button to n the overhead.
The button on the overhead disables ALL of the lane assist functions.

Keep in mind that lane keep is ONLY on when you have hit the button on the steering wheel to turn it on. If you don't want lane keep on, then don't turn it on.
 

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Page 90 says it's the button to n the overhead.
The button on the overhead disables ALL of the lane assist functions.

Keep in mind that lane keep is ONLY on when you have hit the button on the steering wheel to turn it on. If you don't want lane keep on, then don't turn it on.
So if I turn he one on the steering wheel off will the one overhead still give me beep alerts just not try to correct since that part is off? Sorry if I’m being confusing.
 

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So if I turn he one on the steering wheel off will the one overhead still give me beep alerts just not try to correct since that part is off? Sorry if I’m being confusing.
Yes.
If you push the button on the steering wheel it will only turn on or off the physical steering wheel correction. It will still beep at you as you drift out of your lane. I think there is an option using the up/down/i toggles on the lower right of the steering wheel where you can turn the volume of the beeping up or down or even turn the "HUD" warning lights off.
I believe (don't run with it) that the button overhead that Carl mentioned will disable most of the eyesight system.
 

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Yes.
If you push the button on the steering wheel it will only turn on or off the physical steering wheel correction. It will still beep at you as you drift out of your lane. I think there is an option using the up/down/i toggles on the lower right of the steering wheel where you can turn the volume of the beeping up or down or even turn the "HUD" warning lights off.
I believe (don't run with it) that the button overhead that Carl mentioned will disable most of the eyesight system.
That's correct - the iSet buttons (lower left) are how you get in to change the volume, as well as changing other settings (kPa vs PSI, for example).

The two overhead buttons are to disable collision avoidance (which you should do when it's going through a pull-through car wash) and to disable ALL of the lane assistance functions.

With the questions that are coming up on here, I'm seriously beginning to wonder if the salesman did a thorough delivery of your car in the first place, or if your dealership re-delivery specialist did his or her job.
 

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That's correct - the iSet buttons (lower left) are how you get in to change the volume, as well as changing other settings (kPa vs PSI, for example).

The two overhead buttons are to disable collision avoidance (which you should do when it's going through a pull-through car wash) and to disable ALL of the lane assistance functions.

With the questions that are coming up on here, I'm seriously beginning to wonder if the salesman did a thorough delivery of your car in the first place, or if your dealership re-delivery specialist did his or her job.
I thought I remember reading that there was a way to adjust the sensitivity of the LKA. I find it to be a little too aggressive on when it decides to correct my steering.
 

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Hi, I am going to piggyback off this post?. The Lane Keep Assist I have this down I think. But the other button up top for the auto braking. I know we have reverse auto braking if something is behind. But do we have something going forward ie if someone stops suddenly? I tested this both in my garage and on the road and neither came did my car warn me. I will re read manual on this button.
 

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But do we have something going forward ie if someone stops suddenly? I tested this both in my garage and on the road and neither came did my car warn me. I will re read manual on this button.
Um ... Eyesight Collision Avoidance? Which is on when you start your car by default.

The button on your steering wheel above the LKA button is for Adaptive Cruise Control.
 

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SSSCHON;63485...if someone stops suddenly? I tested this both in my garage and on the road and neither came did my car warn me. I will re read manual on this button.[/QUOTE said:
Yes, especially the part about "don't deliberately test the Eyesight emergency functions", :grin:
 

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LKA is GREAT when: I am looking at the mountains to see if snow has fallen, my kid is talking to me, my wife is talking to me, my kid and my wife are talking to me, my favorite Yanni song comes on the radio.

LKA is SCARY when: That big truck is coming over into my lane and I trying to edge out of its way and it tosses me back into the lane with me screaming in fear.
 

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Actually you can force it change lane with LKA on, once it feels a resistance it will disable the LKA try changing lanes with LKA on without activating the signal...
To me it feels like driving over a small simulated hump in between the lanes.
 
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