Useful knowledge and handy tips relating to the lane change assistant and blind spot assistant
As driver assistance systems for preventing accidents continue to develop, there is more and more interest in radar sensors for assistance systems to the rear of the vehicle. An increasing number of vehicle models are being equipped with these sensors as standard. In this article, we want to concentrate in particular on the issue of radar sensors for rear applications and their use in the "lane change assistant" driver assistance system.
If the engine in the above vehicle will not start and the display remains dark, the reason may be a faulty earth connection. It is possible that the connection to the earth pin was not secured properly.
Our latest generation of radar sensors will play a key role in automated driving scenarios in the future. Radar sensors capture the environment of vehicles and thus act as sensory organs independently of weather and lighting conditions.
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Condensation forming on the front fog lamp
If complaints are made about the above issue, this does not necessarily point to any error.
If a customer complains about the above error, this could be caused by contaminated engine coolant. Such contamination (rust, metal particles from the cast-iron block) blocks the small openings in the heat exchanger preventing flow.
If a customer complains about the above problem, this could be caused by the fuel pressure control valve. Furthermore, occasional loss of power and poor engine cold starting performance may also be complained about.
If a customer complains about the above error, this could be caused by air that has entered the steering system. The noises are produced by cavitation and occur during the cold start phase in particular.