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Subaru Impreza 2.0i 5-Door Eyesight 2016 Owner's Manual PDF

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Foreword Congratulations on choosing a SUBARU vehicle equipped with EyeSightTM. EyeSight incorporates the latest driver assistance features available from SUBARU, including such features as Adaptive Cruise Control, a Lead Vehicle Start Alert and a Lane Departure and Lane Sway Warning, all of which are designed to assist the driver in making decisions and increase driver comfort and convenience. Initially, the operation and use of the various EyeSight features may be unfamiliar to you. That is why we urge you to read this manual carefully before using EyeSight. We also recommend that you first take the time to test EyeSight in order to experience its features for yourself so that you can become familiar with their operation.

Please keep in mind that it is the responsibility of drivers to operate their vehicles safely at all times. Drivers should always remain alert and should never become complacent while operating their vehicles because of the presence of EyeSight. EyeSight is never a substitute for active driver involvement and it may not operate optimally under all driving conditions.

This booklet is a supplement to the Owners Manual for your SUBARU vehicle and contains a detailed description of EyeSight. It should be read in conjunction with your Owners Manual so that you will gain a thorough understanding of the proper operation of your vehicle.

The information, specifications and illustrations found in this booklet are those in effect at the time of printing. FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. reserves the right to change specifications and designs at any time without prior notice and without incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes on vehicles previously sold.

Please keep this booklet together with your Owners Manual and leave it in the vehicle at the time of resale. The next owner will need the information it contains.

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN is a registered trademark of FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.

Copyright 2015 FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.

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EyeSight

About EyeSight .................................................................. 2 Pre-Collision Braking System........................................... 21 Adaptive Cruise Control ................................................... 33 Pre-Collision Throttle Management.................................. 53 Lane Departure Warning.................................................. 59 Lane Sway Warning ......................................................... 62 Lead Vehicle Start Alert ................................................... 65 Conventional Cruise Control ............................................ 66 List of buzzer sounds ....................................................... 77 EyeSight malfunction and temporary stop ....................... 79 Customizing functions ...................................................... 82 Message screen list ......................................................... 84 Troubleshooting ............................................................... 86

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About EyeSight

EyeSight is a driving support system that uses a range of functions to assist the driver in making decisions in order to provide for more safe and comfortable driving and to reduce driver fatigue. Making use of images created by stereo cameras specially designed by SUBARU, EyeSight detects the vehicle in front, obstacles, traffic lanes and other items.

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WARNING

Drivers are responsible for driving safely. Always comply with all traffic rules and regulations regardless of the fact that your vehicle is equipped with EyeSight. Always maintain a safe following dis- tance behind the vehicle in front of you, pay attention to your sur- roundings and the driving conditions, operate the brake pedal and take other action as necessary in order to maintain a safe following distance. Never attempt to drive relying on EyeSight alone. EyeSight is intended to assist the driver in making decisions in order to reduce the chance of accidents or damage and lessen the burden on the driver. When a warning is activated, pay attention to what is in front of you and to your surroundings, operate the brake pedal and take other action as necessary. This system is not designed to support driving in poor visibility or in extreme weather conditions, or to protect against careless driv- ing when the driver is not paying complete attention to the road ahead. It also cannot prevent collisions from occurring in all driving conditions. There are limits to the EyeSight recognition performance and con- trol performance. Be sure to read the instructions for each function before using the system, and always use it properly. Improper use may lead to failure of control performance, which could cause an accident. Refer to the following pages for each function: For the Pre-Collision Braking System, refer to page 21. For Adaptive Cruise Control, refer to page 33. For Pre-Collision Throttle Management, refer to page 53. For Conventional Cruise Control, refer to page 66.

The EyeSight system in your vehicle is designed for use in coun- tries in which traffic operates on the right-hand side of the road. EyeSight for LHD vehicles such as yours is not designed for use in countries in which vehicles are driven on the left-hand side of the road. The system may not operate correctly under the conditions listed below.

When these conditions occur, turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System. Also, do not use Adaptive and Conventional Cruise Control.

- The tire pressure is not correct.*1 - The temporary spare tire is installed on any wheel.*1

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- Tires that are worn or have large variations in wear conditions are installed.*1

- Tires other than those of the designated size are installed.*1 - Flat tires have been fixed temporarily with a tire repair kit. - The suspension has been modified (including a genuine SUBARU sus-

pension that has been modified). - Any object that disturbs the stereo cameras view is installed on the vehi-

cle. - The headlights are dirty or they have snow and ice or dirt on them.

(Objects are not correctly illuminated and are difficult to detect.) - The optical axes are not aligned correctly. (Objects are not correctly illu-

minated and are difficult to detect.) - The lights including headlights and fog lamps have been modified. - Vehicle operation has become compromised due to an accident or mal-

function. - The brake system warning light is illuminated in red. - A heavy cargo is loaded onto or inside the vehicle. - The maximum number of occupants is exceeded. - There is something wrong with the combination meter; such as when the

lights do not illuminate, the beeps do not sound, the display is different from when it is normal, etc.*2 *1: The wheels and tires have functions that are critically important. Be

sure to use the correct ones. For details, refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

*2: For details about the combination meter, refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

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CAUTION The characteristics of the stereo cameras are similar to those of human

eyes. For this reason, conditions that make it difficult for the driver to see in the forward direction have the same effect on the stereo cameras and make it difficult for the system to detect vehicles, obstacles and traffic lanes.

Detection by the EyeSight system is limited to objects that are within the range of the stereo cameras field of vision. Also, after an object enters the range of the cameras field of vision, it may take some time for the system to detect it as a controllable target and warn the driver.

Under the conditions listed below, it will become more difficult for the sys- tem to detect the vehicle in front, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians and obstacles on the road, and lane markers. Also, EyeSight may temporarily stop operating. However, the temporary stop will be canceled once these conditions have improved and the vehicle is driven for a short period of time.

- Bad weather (for example heavy rain, a blizzard or thick fog). In particu- lar, the system is more likely to temporarily stop operating when there is an oil film adhering to the windshield, a glass coating has been applied or old wipers are used.)

- When affected by strong light from the front (sunlight or headlight beams of oncoming traffic, etc.)

- When the front windshield washer is being used. - The windshield has become fogged, or snow, dirt, dust or frost has

adhered to it, reducing the stereo cameras field of view. - The vehicle is tilted at an extreme angle due to loaded cargo or other

factors. - When visibility is poor due to sand, smoke or water vapor in the air, or

when the vehicle in front or oncoming traffic causes water, snow, dirt or other substances to obscure the view

- When the stereo cameras field of view is obstructed (for example by a canoe on the roof of the vehicle)

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- When passing through the entrance or exit of a tunnel - When the rear aspect of the vehicle in front is low, small or irregular (for

example a low bed trailer, etc.) - When there is a fence, a wall or a shutter, etc. with a uniform pattern (a

striped pattern, brick, etc.) or with no pattern in front - When there is a wall or door made of glass or a mirror in front - When driving at night or in a tunnel when there is a vehicle in front that

does not have its taillights on - When passing a banner or flag, low branches on a tree or thick/tall vege-

tation - On steep uphill or downhill grades - When the stereo cameras are obstructed by a hand, etc. (If even one of

the cameras is obstructed, the system does not operate properly.) - When it is completely dark and no objects are detected - When the area around the vehicle has a uniform color (such as when

completely covered in snow, etc.) - When the stereo camera lenses are dirty due to fingerprints, etc. - When accurate detection is not possible due to reflections in the front

windshield - When the stereo cameras have become misaligned due to a strong

impact Under the conditions listed below, EyeSight may temporarily stop

operating. If this occurs, EyeSight will resume operating when the conditions improve.

- The temperature inside the vehicle is high, such as after the vehicle was left in bright sunshine, or the temperature inside the vehicle is low, such as after the vehicle was left in an extremely cold environment.

- Immediately after the engine starts When there is a malfunction in the EyeSight system, turn off the Pre-Colli-

sion Braking System ( refer to page 31) and the Lane Departure Warning ( refer to page 61), and stop using the Adaptive Cruise Control and Con- ventional Cruise Control. Contact a SUBARU dealer and have the system inspected.

When the Vehicle Dynamics Control warning light is illuminated, the Pre- Collision Braking System may not operate properly. In this case, turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System. Also, do not use the Adaptive Cruise Control or Conventional Cruise Control.

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NOTE EyeSight records and stores the following data when the Pre-Collision

Braking System is operated. It does not record conversations or other audio data.

- Stereo camera image data - Distance from the vehicle in front - Vehicle speed - Steering wheel turning angle - Lateral movement with regard to the direction of travel - Accelerator pedal operation status - Brake pedal operation status - Select lever position - Odometer reading - Data related to ABS, Vehicle Dynamics Control and Traction Control

Function SUBARU and third parties contracted by SUBARU may acquire and use the recorded data for the purpose of vehicle research and development. SUBARU and third parties contracted by SUBARU will not disclose or provide the acquired data to any other third party except under the fol- lowing conditions. The vehicle owner has given his/her consent. The disclosure/provision is based on a court order or other legally

enforceable request. Data that has been modified so that the user and vehicle cannot be

identified is provided to a research institution for statistical processing or similar purposes.

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The stereo cameras are installed at the posi- tions of the front map lights.

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Handling of the Stereo Cameras

CAUTION A function is included that will automatically detect that the fronts of the

stereo cameras are dirty. However it is not 100% effective. Under certain conditions, this function may fail to detect that the fronts of the stereo cameras have become dirty. In addition, this function may not detect that there is snow or ice on the windshield close to the stereo cam- eras. In such conditions, be sure to keep the windshield clean at all times (indicated by ). Otherwise the system may not operate correctly. When this function detects that the fronts of the stereo cameras are dirty, no EyeSight functions are activated except for Conventional Cruise Control.

The stereo camera is a precision component. Always observe the following precautions especially when handling lenses.

- Never touch the stereo camera lenses, and do not attempt to wipe or clean the lenses. Doing so could cause lens damage or contamination and lead to improper system performance. If you ever touch a lens for any reason, be sure to contact a SUBARU dealer.

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- When cleaning the front windshield, cover the front of the camera casing with paper that does not collect dust, such as copy paper. Affix the paper to prevent glass cleaner from getting on the camera lenses. At this point, make sure that the tapes adhesive sur- face does not come in contact with the windshield or the lens. Be sure to remove the paper after cleaning.

- When having the inside of windshield cleaned at a service station, etc., be sure to request that the attendant covers the camera covers before washing the vehicle.

- Do not subject the stereo cameras to a strong impact. - Do not remove or disassemble the stereo cameras. - Do not change the positions where the stereo cameras are installed or

modify any of the surrounding structures. Do not install an interior rearview mirror other than a genuine SUBARU

rearview mirror (such as a wide-type mirror) and the sun visor. Also, use the rearview mirror so that it does not obstruct the stereo cameras. Failure to do so may affect the stereo cameras field of vision and could prevent the EyeSight system from functioning properly.

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Do not install any accessories other than the ones designated by SUBARU on the prohibited areas shown in the illustrations (grey zones). Even if some accessories are installed on the outside of the prohibited areas, abnormal operation of EyeSight may occur due to the reflection of the light or any objects. In this situation, move the accessories. For details, contact a SUBARU dealer.

Do not place any objects on top of the instrument panel. The stereo cameras may not be able to detect objects accurately and the EyeSight system may not function properly due to reflections in the front windshield. For details, contact a SUBARU dealer.

If the top of the instrument panel is polished with chemicals or other sub- stances, the stereo cameras may not be able to detect objects accurately and the EyeSight system may not operate properly due to reflections in the front windshield.

Do not install any wiper blades other than genuine SUBARU wiper blades. Doing so may affect the stereo cameras field of vision and could prevent the EyeSight system from functioning properly.

Replace damaged wiper blades as soon as possible. The stereo cameras may not be able to detect objects accurately and the EyeSight system may not function properly due to liquid remaining on the windshield.

Do not install any accessories on the front side such as on the hood or the grille. It may affect the camera view and the system may not operate correctly.

Make sure that the cargo loaded on the roof does not obstruct or interfere in the ste- reo cameras field of view. Obstructing the stereo cam- eras view may impair the sys- tem operation. For details, contact a SUBARU dealer.

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Continued from previous page Keep the windshield (outside and inside) clean at all times. When the wind-

shield has become fogged, or it has a dirt or an oil film on it, the stereo camera may not detect objects accurately and the EyeSight system may not operate correctly. Never mount any device to the center air vent, as any airflow change may impact performance of the EyeSight system.

Do not place any stickers or accessories on the windshield (outside or inside). If you have to do so (for example, legally required or electronic toll tag), avoid the area directly in front of the camera. Doing so may adversely affect the field of vision of the stereo camera and can cause improper operation of the system. For details, contact a SUBARU dealer.

Do not use any glass coating agents or similar substances on the wind- shield. Doing so may prevent the system from operating correctly.

Do not install a film on the front windshield. The system may not operate correctly.

If there are scratches or cracks on the front windshield, contact a SUBARU dealer.

To have the front windshield replaced or repaired, contact a SUBARU dealer. Do not install a front windshield other than a genuine SUBARU front windshield. The stereo cameras may not be able to detect objects accurately and the EyeSight system may not operate properly.

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EyeSight includes the following functions.

Pre-Collision Braking System This function uses a following distance warning feature to warn the driver to take evasive action when there is the possibility of a collision with a vehicle or obstacle in front of the drivers vehicle. If the driver still does not take evasive action, the brakes are quickly applied automatically just before the collision in order to reduce the collision damage or, if possible, prevent the collision. Refer to page 21.

Adaptive Cruise Control This function maintains the set vehicle speed and when there is a vehicle in front in the same traffic lane, it tracks the speed of the vehicle in front up to the maximum of the set vehicle speed. Refer to page 33.

Pre-Collision Throttle Management This function reduces accidental forward movement caused by the selector lever being placed in the wrong position or the accelerator pedal being accidently depressed, or depressed too strongly. Refer to page 53.

Lane Departure Warning This function warns the driver when the vehicle is about to depart the traffic lane during driv- ing. Refer to page 59.

Lane Sway Warning This system detects vehicle drifting caused by driver fatigue, failure to concentrate on the road, inattention, strong crosswinds or other factors, and warns the driver. Refer to page 62.

Lead Vehicle Start Alert This function notifies the driver when the vehicle in front has started moving but the drivers vehicle has not. Refer to page 65.

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Conventional Cruise Control In this mode, the system maintains a constant vehicle speed. Tracking of the vehicle in front does not occur. This function can be used even when the stereo cameras have temporarily stopped operating. ( Refer to page 80.) (This function is used by switching from Adaptive Cruise Control to Conventional Cruise Control.) Refer to page 66.

NOTE EyeSight does not operate when the engine is not running.

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Instrument panel display layout

(1) EyeSight display area (10) The pop-up screen area (2) Adaptive Cruise Control indicator (11) EyeSight temporary stop indicator (White) (3) Conventional Cruise Control indicator (12) EyeSight warning indicator (Yellow) (4) READY indicator (13) Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light (5) OFF indicator (14) Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light (6) SET indicator (15) Selector indicator/shift position indicator (7) Set vehicle speed display (16) Brake system warning light (8) Following distance setting indicator (17) Lane Indicator (9) Lead vehicle indicator (18) Steering wheel indicator

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CRUISE indicator This indicator illuminates when the main cruise control is on.

: Adaptive Cruise Control (Adaptive Cruise Control indicator) : Conventional Cruise Control (Conventional Cruise Control indicator)

Refer to pages 39 and 66. When Adaptive Cruise Control is set and the vehicle detects a car in front, this indicator

(white) turns green. Refer to page 41.

SET indicator illuminates when cruise control* is set.

Refer to pages 40 and 70. * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control

READY indicator illuminates when cruise control* can be set.

Refer to pages 39 and 69. * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control

OFF indicator illuminates when cruise control* has been automatically canceled.

Refer to pages 48 and 74. * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control

Lead vehicle indicator When Adaptive Cruise Control is set or when the vehicle is stopped, this indicator illumi-

nates when a vehicle in front has been detected. Refer to page 41. This indicator flashes in the following cases.

- The Lead Vehicle Start Alert is active. - The Pre-Collision Braking System is active. - The brake more warning is active. - Pre-Collision Throttle Management is active.

Following distance setting indicator Indicates the following distance setting that was set with the (Following distance set- ting) switch. Refer to page 46.

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Set vehicle speed display Displays the set vehicle speed. Refer to pages 39 and 68.

Selector indicator/shift position indicator This indicator illuminates and shows which position the selector lever or the gear is in.

EyeSight warning indicator (yellow) This indicator illuminates or flashes when a malfunction occurs in the EyeSight system. When it is illuminated or flashing, none of the EyeSight functions can be used (including

Adaptive Cruise Control and the Pre-Collision Braking System, etc.). Refer to page 79.

EyeSight temporary stop indicator (white) This indicator illuminates when the EyeSight system is temporarily stopped. When the ignition switch is placed in the ON position, it will illuminate if the

(CRUISE) switch is set to ON within approximately 7 seconds of the engine starting. It turns off when approximately 7 seconds have elapsed since the engine started.

When it is illuminated, none of the EyeSight functions can be used except for Conven- tional Cruise Control.

Refer to page 80.

Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light This indicator illuminates when the Lane Departure Warning and Lane Sway Warning are

off. It also illuminates when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, and then approxi-

mately 7 seconds after the engine starts, the Lane Departure Warning will be turned off or remain illuminated depending on the current status (ON or OFF).

Refer to page 61.

Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light Illuminates when the Pre-Collision Braking System and Pre-Collision Throttle Manage-

ment are off. It also illuminates when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, and then turns off

approximately 7 seconds after the engine starts. Refer to page 32.

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Lane Indicator When the Lane Departure Warning is activate, both right/left Lane Indicators will flash at

the same time. Refer to page 59. When the Lane Sway Warning is activate, right/left Lane Indicators will flash alternately. Refer to page 62.

Steering Wheel Indicator When the Lane Departure Warning is activate, the Steering Wheel Indicator will flash. Refer to page 59. When the Lane Sway Warning is activate, the Steering Wheel Indicator will flash. Refer to page 62.

Brake System warning light EyeSight system does not operate when the parking brake lever is pulled and brake sys-

tem warning light is illuminated. EyeSight system may function even if the brake warning light is illuminated when the

parking brake lever is not pulled. However, the EyeSight system may not operate properly due to abnormality in the brake system. In this case, the brake fluid may be low

See the vehicle Owners Manual for detail.

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Switch layout

(1) (CRUISE) switch (5) CANCEL switch

(2) (Following distance setting) switch (6) switch

(3) RES/+ switch (7) (Info)/SET switch

(4) SET/- switch (8) switch

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(CRUISE) switch Switches cruise control* on/off. When this switch is pressed or appears on the EyeSight display area in the

multi information display. This indicates that the main cruise control is turned on. Refer to pages 39 and 68. Can be used to cancel the cruise control. Refer to pages 47 and 73. * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control

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Can be used to set cruise control*. Can be used to reduce the set vehicle speed (when cruise control* is currently set). Refer to pages 40 and 44 (for Adaptive Cruise Control). Refer to pages 70 and 72 (for Conventional Cruise Control).

RES/+ After cruise control* is canceled, this switch can be used to resume the cruise control

function at the vehicle speed that was previously set. Can be used to increase set vehicle speed (when cruise control* is currently set). Refer to pages 43 and 50 (for Adaptive Cruise Control). Refer to page 76 (for Conventional Cruise Control). * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control

(Following distance setting) switch Can be used to switch the set following distance in 3 stages: (only when Adaptive Cruise

Control is on). Refer to page 46. When the (CRUISE) switch is on, press and hold this switch for approximately 2

seconds or longer to select Adaptive Cruise Control or Conventional Cruise Control.

CANCEL switch Cancels cruise control*. * Adaptive Cruise Control and Conventional Cruise Control Refer to pages 47 and 73.

switch/ switch These are used in the following situations. When switching the screen displayed on the meter display. When changing the Warning Volume settings, etc. Refer to page 82.

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(Info)/SET switch This is used in the following situations. When displaying the message that appeared in the pop-up screen area again. Refer to page 84. When changing the Warning Volume settings, etc. Refer to page 82.

(Pre-Collision Braking System OFF) switch Press and hold this switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer to turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System and Pre-Collision Throttle Management. When these functions are off, the Pre-Colli- sion Braking System OFF indicator light on the instrument panel illuminates. Press and hold the switch again to turn on the Pre-Collision Braking System and Pre-Colli- sion Throttle Management. This turns off the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light. Refer to page 31.

(Lane Departure Warning OFF) switch Press and hold this switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer to turn off the Lane Depar- ture Warning and Lane Sway Warning func- tions. When these functions are off, the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light on the instrument panel illuminates. Press and hold the switch again to turn on the Lane Departure Warning and Lane Sway Warning functions. This turns off the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light. Refer to page 61.

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Multi function display (Non U.S. models)

Your own vehicle speed indicator Indicates your own vehicle speed with a red indicator.

Set vehicle speed indicator Indicates the set vehicle speed.

Your own vehicle indicator When the brake pedal is depressed or the brake control function is active, the brake light on the indicator illuminates in red.

Lead vehicle indicator While the Adaptive Cruise Control is set to on, this indicator is displayed when a vehicle is detected in front.

Lead vehicle distance indicator While the Adaptive Cruise Control is set to on, the distance to the vehicle in front is visually displayed when following the vehicle in front.

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Pre-Collision Braking System When there is the risk of a rear-end collision with a obstacle in front, the EyeSight system helps to minimize or prevent a collision by warning the driver. If the driver still does not take evasive action to avoid a collision, the brakes can be automatically applied just before the collision in order to reduce impact damage, or if possible, prevent the collision. If the driver takes evasive action to avoid a collision, Pre-Collision Brake Assist will operate in order to help the driver to prevent the collision. This system can be effective not only with direct rear-end collisions, but also with offset rear-end collisions. This function can be activated when the select lever is in the , or

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WARNING

Never use the Pre-Collision Braking System and Pre-Collision Brake Assist to stop your car or avoid a collision under ordinary conditions. These functions cannot prevent collisions under all conditions. If the driver relies only on the Pre-Collision Braking System for Brake operation, collisions may occur.

When a warning is activated, pay attention to the front of the vehicle and its surroundings, and operate the brake pedal and/or take other actions if nec- essary.

The EyeSight Pre-Collision Braking System is primarily designed to pre- vent rear-end collisions with other vehicles when possible and to minimize damage and injuries in the event of a collision. In addition to other vehi- cles, things such as motorbikes, bicycles and pedestrians can also be treated as obstacles. However, there may be cases when detection is not possible depending on a variety of conditions*2. For example, when a vehi- cle is viewed from the side, oncoming vehicle, vehicles approaching in reverse, small animals or children, or walls or doors are not likely to be detected.

The Pre-Collision Braking System will operate at the point when it deter- mines that a collision cannot be avoided and is designed to apply strong braking force just before a collision. The result of this varies depending on a variety of conditions*2. Because of this, performance of this function will not always be the same.

When the Pre-Collision Braking System is activated, it will continue to operate even if the accelerator pedal is partially depressed. However, it will be canceled if the accelerator pedal is deeply depressed.

If the driver depresses the brake pedal or turns the steering wheel, the sys- tem may determine that this constitutes evasive action by the driver, and the automatic braking control may not activate in order to allow the driver full control.

When the difference in speed with the obstacle in front is the following fig- ure*1 or more, it may not be possible to avoid a collision. Even if the speed difference is the following figure*1 or less, in cases such as when another vehicle cuts in front of you, or in other cases depending on visibility, the condition of road surface and other factors*2, the function may be unable to stop the vehicle or may not activate. Pre-Collision Brake Assist also may not activate depending on the conditions*2 listed below.

*1: For vehicles: approximately 30 MPH (50 km/h), For pedestrians: approximately 20 MPH (35 km/h) *2: Conditions

- Distance to obstacle in front of you, speed difference, proximity condi- tions, lateral displacement (the amount of offset)

- Vehicle conditions (amount of load, number of occupants, etc.) - Road conditions (grade, slipperiness, shape, bumps, etc.) - When visibility ahead is poor (rain, snow, fog or smoke, etc.)

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Continued from previous page - When the detected object is something other than a vehicle, motorcycle,

bicycle or pedestrian A domestic animal or other animal (a dog or deer, etc.) A guardrail, telephone pole, tree, fence or wall, etc.

- Even if the obstacle is a motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian, depending on the brightness of the surroundings as well as the relative movement, and aspect or angle of the object, there may be cases when the system can- not detect it.

- When the system determines that operation by the driver (based on accelerator pedal operation, braking, steering wheel angle, etc.) is intended as evasive action

- Vehicle maintenance status (brake systems, tire wear, tire pressure, whether a temporary spare tire is being used, etc.)

- When towing a trailer or another vehicle, etc. - When the brakes are cold due to outside temperature being low or just

after starting the engine. - When the brakes are overheated on downhill grades (braking effective-

ness is reduced) - When driving in rain or after washing the vehicle (the brakes are wet and

braking effectiveness is reduced) - Recognition conditions of the stereo cameras

In particular, the function may be unable to stop the vehicle or may not activate in the following cases. Bad weather (for example heavy rain, a blizzard or thick fog) When visibility is poor due to sand, smoke or water vapor in the air or

when the vehicle in front or oncoming traffic causes water, snow, dirt, dust or other substances to obscure the view through the windshield

When driving at night or in a tunnel without the headlights on When driving at night or in a tunnel when there is a vehicle in front that

does not have its taillights on When approaching a motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian at night When ambient light is poor in the evening or early morning When a vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian is outside the area

illuminated by the headlights When affected by strong light from the front (for example, sunlight at

dawn, sunset or headlight beams, etc.) When there is snow, frost, dirt or dust on the windshield or it is clouded When fluid has not been fully wiped off the windshield during or after

washer use When the target cannot be correctly recognized because the stereo

cameras view is obstructed by water droplets from rain or the window washer, or by the wiper blades.

When the stereo cameras field of view is obstructed (for example by a canoe on the roof of the vehicle)

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When the rear aspect of the vehicle in front is low, small or irregular (the system may recog- nize another part of the vehicle as its rear and will determine operation from that) - When there is an

empty truck or trailer with no rear and/or side panels on the cargo bed

- With vehicles that have cargo protruding from their back ends

- With non-standard shaped vehicles (vehicle transporters or vehicles with a sidecar fitted, etc.)

- When the height of the vehicle is low, etc. When there is a wall, etc. in front of a stopped vehicle When there is another object near the vehicle When a vehicle, etc. has its side facing you. With vehicles that are backing up or with oncoming vehicles, etc. When the size and height of an obstacle is smaller than the limitations

of the stereo cameras recognition capability - With small animals or children, etc. - With pedestrians who are sitting or lying down

When the detected object is a fence or wall, etc. with a uniform pattern (a striped pattern or brick pattern, etc.)

When there is a wall or door made of glass or a mirror in front

When the vehicle in front suddenly swerves, accel- erates, or decelerates.

When a vehicle, motorcy- cle, bicycle or pedestrian suddenly cuts in from the side or suddenly runs in front of you.

When you suddenly change lanes and your vehicle is immediately behind an obstacle

When there is a vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian in a location close to your vehicles bumper

When the speed difference between your vehicle and an obstacle is 5 MPH (5 km/h) or less (As braking is performed once the obstacle is in close proximity to your vehicle, depending on the shape and size of the obstacle, there may be some cases when the obstacle is outside the range of the cameras field of vision.)

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When driving on sharp curves, steep uphill grades or steep downhill grades

When driving on a bumpy or unpaved road When there are changes in brightness, such as at a tunnel entrance or

exit Do not test Pre-Collision Braking System on its own. It may operate

improperly and cause an accident. The system may not operate correctly under the conditions listed below.

When these conditions occur, turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System. - The tire pressure is not correct.*1 - The temporary spare tire is installed on any wheel.*1 - Tires that are worn or have large variations in wear conditions are

installed.*1 - Tires other than those of the designated size are installed.*1 - Flat tires have been fixed temporarily with a tire repair kit. - The suspension has been modified (including a genuine SUBARU sus-

pension that has been modified). - Any object that disturbs the stereo cameras view is installed on the vehi-

cle. - The headlights are dirty or they have snow and ice or dirt on them.

(Objects are not correctly illuminated and are difficult to detect.) - The optical axes are not aligned correctly. (Objects are not correctly illu-

minated and are difficult to detect.) - The lights including headlights and fog lamps have been modified. - Vehicle operation has become compromised due to an accident or mal-

function. - The brake system warning light is illuminated in red. - A heavy cargo is loaded onto or inside the vehicle. - The maximum number of occupants is exceeded. - There is something wrong with the combination meter; such as when the

lights do not illuminate, the beeps do not sound, the display is different from when it is normal, etc.*2 *1: The wheels and tires have functions that are critically important. Be

sure to use the correct ones. For details, refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

*2: For details about the combination meter, refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

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CAUTION In the following situations, turn off the Pre-Collision Braking System. Other-

wise the Pre-Collision Braking System may activate unexpectedly. - When the vehicle is being towed - When loading the vehicle onto a carrier - When a chassis dynamometer, free-rollers or similar equipment is used - When a mechanic lifts up the vehicle, starts the engine and spins the

wheels freely - When passing hanging banners, flags or branches, or when thick/tall

vegetation is contacting the vehicle - When using a drive-through

car wash

The Pre-Collision Braking System may activate in the following situations. Therefore concentrate on safe driving.

- When passing through an automatic gate (opening and shutting) - When driving close to the vehicle in front - When driving in a location where the grade of the road changes rapidly

- When visibility is poor due to sand, smoke or water vapor in the air, or when the vehicle in front or oncoming traffic causes water, snow, dirt or other substances to obscure the view

- When passing through clouds of steam or smoke, etc.

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- When the exhaust gas emitted by the vehicle in front is clearly visible in cold weather, etc.

- When there is an obstacle on a curve or intersection

- When narrowly passing a vehicle or an object

- When stopping very close to a wall or a vehicle in front

If there is cargo or installed accessories, etc. that are pro- truding over the edge of the front bumper, the vehicles length will increase and the system may not be able to pre- vent a collision.

If the driver operates the brake pedal during automatic braking, the pedal may feel stiff; however, this is nor- mal. By depressing the brake pedal further you can apply more braking force.

NOTE Some unusual noises may be audible during automatic braking. This is caused by the braking control and is normal.

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Detection of pedestrians The EyeSight system can also detect pedestrians. The EyeSight system detects pedestrians from their size, shape and movement. The system detects a pedestrian when the contour of the head and shoulders are clear.

WARNING

The EyeSight systems Pre-Collision Braking function also treats pedestrians as obstacles. However, depending on the conditions, there may be cases when the system cannot detect a pedestrian. In the following conditions, the possibility that the system may not be able to detect a pedestrian as an object is particularly high. When pedestrians are walking in a group When a pedestrian is next to a wall or other obstacle When a pedestrian is using an umbrella When a pedestrian is wearing clothes that are a similar color to the sur-

rounding environment When a pedestrian is carrying bulky luggage When a pedestrian is bent over, crouching down or lying down When a pedestrian is in a dark location When a pedestrian suddenly crosses in front of you from the side or sud-

denly runs in front of you

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When there is an obstacle in the forward direction during driving, the system activates in the following sequence in order to warn the driver, activate braking control, and active the brake lights.

Following Distance Warning: When the system determines that there is a risk of collision, a buzzer sounds repeated short beeps and the indicators on the multi information display illuminate to warn the driver. The Following Distance Warning operates when Adaptive Cruise Control is not set. When the driver depresses the brake pedal to decelerate and achieves a suitable following distance, the warning is canceled.

First Braking and Warning: When the system determines that there is a high risk of collision with an obstacle in front, a buzzer sounds repeated short beeps and the indicators on the multi information display illu- minate to warn the driver, and braking control is activated and the engine output, in some situations, is also controlled. If the system determines that the amount of evasive action (braking, steering, etc.) taken by the driver has reduced the risk of collision, braking activa- tion is canceled.

Secondary Braking and Warning: If the system then determines that the risk of collision is extremely high, the buzzer changes to a continuous beeping sound and stronger braking control is activated. If, despite any eva- sive action taken by the driver, the system subsequently determines that a collision is unavoidable, braking control and the engine output control are continued. Even after the vehicle has stopped, depress the brake pedal.

Vehicle restart: After the vehicle is completely stopped by the automatic braking system, brake will be slightly released 2 seconds after vehicle stop. After sounding a short tone beep, beep, ding, the vehicle starts creeping.

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NOTE After the vehicle has come to a stop through secondary braking, release

brake control in the following manner. - Depress the brake pedal. - Depress the accelerator pedal (except when the select lever is in the

position). - When the selector lever is in the position

After stopping with secondary braking, in the following cases, operate parking brake and release brake control.

- When any door (except the rear gate/trunk) was opened - When EyeSight is temporarily stopped - When there is a malfunction in the EyeSight system

& warning Secondary braking

& warning First braking

Possible collision area Highly possible collision area

Extremely highly possible collision area

Obstacle

First braking

No brake control Repeated short beeps

Repeated short beeps

StrongSecondary braking

Operating system

Indication on the multi information display

Continuous beep

Moderate

Strength of Automatic Braking

Warning buzzer type

Following distance warning

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When the Pre-Collision Braking System is activated (when the system determines that there is a high risk of collision with an obstacle in front), if the driver depresses the brake pedal, the system determines that this is emergency braking and activates braking assist automat- ically.

Neither first braking nor secondary braking will operate in the following cases.

- When your vehicle speed is approximately 1 MPH (1 km/h) or less (When the selector lever is in the position and your vehicle speed is approximately 2 MPH (4 km/h) or less) or 100 MPH (160 km/h) or more

- When VDC is active If the system detects the brake lights of the vehicle in front, your vehicle

will start decelerating earlier than if it does not. There are some cases where the first braking is applied for a longer period

of time. One of the reasons for this is due to a large speed difference with an obstacle in front. In those cases, stronger or weaker braking control may be activated.

Pre-Collision Braking Assist operation

CAUTION If the driver depresses the brake pedal manually while following distance warning is activated, the Pre-Collision Braking Assist will not work. (The vehicle decelerates with the normal braking force operated by the driver.)

NOTE Pre-Collision Braking Assist function does not operate when the vehicle

speed is approximately 7 MPH (10 km/h) or less or 100 MPH (160 km/h) or more.

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Pressing and holding the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF switch for approximately 2 sec- onds (or longer) turns off the Pre-Collision Braking System (including Pre-Collision Brake Assist). When 1 short beep sound emits, this control is turned off and the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light on the instrument panel illuminates. To turn the control back on, press and hold the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer again. When this control is turned on, the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light turns off.

Turning off the Pre-Collision Braking System

NOTE When the Pre-Collision Braking System is turned off, the Pre-Collision

Throttle Management Control function is also turned off. Even when the Pre-Collision Braking System is turned off, if the ignition

switch is turned off and the engine is then restarted, the Pre-Collision Braking System will be turned on. The system default setting when the vehicle is restarted in ON.

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Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light This indicator light illuminates when the igni- tion switch is turned to the ON position, and remains illuminated for approximately 7 sec- onds after the engine starts. It turns on when the Pre-Collision Braking System is turned off. It also illuminates under the following conditions. When the EyeSight system has a

malfunction Refer to page 79.

When the EyeSight system has stopped temporarily Refer to page 80.

NOTE When the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light is turned on, the Pre-Collision Braking System (including the Pre-Collision Braking Assist function) does not operate.

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Adaptive Cruise Control Adaptive Cruise Control is a driving support system intended to allow more comfortable driving on expressways, freeways and interstate highways. The vehicle in front in the same traffic lane is detected by means of the stereo cameras, and your vehicle tracks the vehicle in front (up to the maximum speed of the set vehicle speed) while automatically maintaining a following distance that corresponds to the speed of the vehicle in front. The system uses the vehicles conventional braking system to stop your vehicle when the vehicle in front is stopped. The vehicle is capable of being controlled at a speed between approximately 0 and 90 MPH (145 km/h). Please remember that you should not exceed posted speed limits.

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WARNING

This system does not provide the driver with an automatic driving function that handles all traffic conditions.

Do not rely excessively on Adaptive Cruise Control. This system is not intended to assist in driving when the driver is not paying full attention to what is ahead of him/her due to distractions or a lack of concentration while driving, or under conditions of poor visibility. It is not intended to pre- vent rear-end collisions. Strive for safe driving at all times. Always maintain a safe following dis- tance behind the vehicle in front of you, pay attention to your surroundings and the driving conditions, and operate the brake pedal and take other action as necessary.

Set the set vehicle speed within a range that is appropriate to the road con- ditions and surrounding environment.

Before using the system, perform a daily inspection and verify that there are no malfunctions of the tires or brakes. Refer to the separate Warranty and Maintenance Booklet.

The system may not operate correctly under the conditions listed below. When these conditions occur, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control.

- The tire pressure is not correct.*1 - The temporary spare tire is installed on any wheel.*1 - Tires that are worn or have large variations in wear conditions are

installed.*1 - Tires other than those of the designated size are installed.*1 - Flat tires have been fixed temporarily with a tire repair kit. - The suspension has been modified (including a genuine SUBARU sus-

pension that has been modified). - Any object that disturbs the stereo cameras view is installed on the vehi-

cle. - The headlights are dirty or they have snow and ice or dirt on them.

(Objects are not correctly illuminated and are difficult to detect.) - The optical axes are not aligned correctly. (Objects are not correctly illu-

minated and are difficult to detect.) - The lights including headlights and fog lamps have been modified. - Vehicle operation has become compromised due to an accident or mal-

function. - The brake system warning light is illuminated in red. - A heavy cargo is loaded onto or inside the vehicle. - The maximum number of occupants is exceeded. - There is something wrong with the combination meter; such as when the

lights do not illuminate, the beeps do not sound, the display is different from when it is normal, etc.*2 *1: The wheels and tires have functions that are critically important. Be

sure to use the correct ones. For details, refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

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Adaptive Cruise Control is designed for use on expressways, freeways, toll roads, interstate highways and similar limited access roads. It is not intended to be used in city traffic. In the following conditions, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. Doing so may result in an accident.

- Ordinary roads (roads other than those mentioned above) Depending on the driving environment (complexity of roads and other factors), the system may not be able to perform as the traffic conditions require, and that may result in an accident.

- Roads with sharp curves or winding roads - Frozen roads, snow-covered roads or other slippery road surfaces

The tires may spin, causing loss of control of the vehicle. - Traffic conditions when frequent acceleration and deceleration make it diffi-

cult to maintain the following distance It may not be possible for the system to perform as the traffic conditions require.

- Steep downhill grades The set vehicle speed may be exceeded.

- On a steep continuous downhill grade The brakes may overheat.

- Roads and overpasses with repeated steep uphill and downhill grades Detection of the vehicle in front may be lost, or the road surface may be detected instead of the vehicle in front, making correct control impossible.

- When entering a sharp curve into an interchange or junction, or a service area, parking area, toll booth or other facilities Detection of the vehicle in front may not be possible.

- When there are changes in brightness, such as at a tunnel entrance or exit - When visibility is poor due to sand, smoke or water vapor blowing in the

wind, or when the vehicle in front or oncoming traffic causes water, snow, dirt or dust to obscure the view Detection of the vehicle in front may be lost, or water or other substances may be incorrectly detected instead, making correct control impossible.

- When there is snow, frost, dirt or dust on the windshield or it is clouded

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- When water droplets from rain or the window washer, or dirt has not been fully wiped off the windshield It may not be possible to detect the vehicle in front, making correct control impossible.

- When the stereo cameras field of view is obstructed (for example by a canoe on the roof of the vehicle)

The stereo cameras may have difficulty detecting the following objects or conditions. Operate the brake pedal and take other actions as necessary.

- Vehicles at significantly different speeds (vehicles driving slowly, stopped or oncoming vehicles, etc.)

- Vehicles cutting into your lane - Motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians and animals, etc. - When light is poor in the evening or early morning - When driving at night or in a tunnel without the headlights on - When driving at night or in a tunnel when there is a vehicle in front that

does not have its taillights on - When affected by strong light from the front (sunlight or headlight high

beams, etc.) - Vehicles in front that have

a rear aspect that is low, small or irregular (the sys- tem may recognize another part of the vehicle and will determine opera- tion from that) An empty truck or trailer

that has no cargo in the cargo bed being affected by wind

Vehicles that have cargo protruding from their back ends

Non-standard shaped ve- hicles (vehicle transport- ers or vehicles with a sidecar fitted, etc.)

Vehicles that are low - Objects that are located close to the bumper of your vehicle

When you do not want to use Adaptive Cruise Control, be sure to turn the (CRUISE) switch off. If the switch is left on, cruise control may be

accidentally engaged, possibly resulting in an accident. Before using Adaptive Cruise Control, be sure to fully verify the safety of

the vehicle occupants and the area around the vehicle. Never operate the cruise control from outside the vehicle.

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Detection of the vehicle in front by the EyeSight stereo cameras Under the following road conditions or conditions of your vehicle, detection

of the vehicle in front may not be possible. Vehicles in neighboring traffic lanes or roadside objects may also be incorrectly detected. Under condi- tions such as these, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. If cruise control is currently in use, operate the brake pedal and take other action as neces- sary.

- When tracking begins from a short following distance, such as when the vehicle in front is a vehicle that cut into your lane

- When driving on curved roads, at the start and end of a curve and on roads with continuous curves (These conditions make it difficult for the system to detect vehicles because they are outside the detectable area.)

- When driving on an on- ramp or off-ramp to a free- way, highway, or other restricted access road (EyeSight Adaptive Cruise Control is not designed for use in this kind of driving environment.)

- When driving in an urban, or suburban environment (Adaptive Cruise Control is not appropriate for use in these driving areas. Adaptive Cruise Control should only be used on limited-access highways.)

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- When the vehicle in front is not directly ahead of your vehicle and is shifted to one side

- When there is an obstacle at the side of the road

- When the relative speed difference compared to the vehicle in front is large

- When a vehicle cuts into your lane in front of you

- When the distance between vehicles is extremely short

- When your vehicle is drift- ing within the lane

- When driving on a bumpy or unpaved road surface

- When driving on a road with extremely narrow lanes, such as when traffic restrictions are in effect or in areas where construction work is taking place

- When normal driving has become compromised due to an accident or malfunction

- When extremely heavy cargo is loaded in the cargo area, rear seat or trunk of your vehicle

There are limits to the capabilities of Adaptive Cruise Control. Even when the vehicle in front is detected, the system may not be able to decelerate in time in cases such as when the difference in speeds is large or when the vehicle in front decelerates suddenly. Operate the brake pedal and decel- erate as necessary.

If the buzzer sounds frequently, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. Even when the following distance is short, the brake more warning may

not activate in the following cases. - When the relative speed difference compared to the vehicle in front is

small (the two vehicles are travelling at almost the same speed) - When the vehicle in front is traveling faster than your vehicle (the follow-

ing distance is gradually increasing) - When another vehicle cuts into your lane very close to your vehicle - When the vehicle in front decelerated suddenly - When there are repeated uphill and downhill grades

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CAUTION After Adaptive Cruise Control has started, it maintains control continuously

according to the behavior of the vehicle in front. When your vehicle comes to a stop if the vehicle in front has stopped, the stay-stopped function is engaged. However, if the EyeSight stereo cameras lost detection of the vehicle in front, the system may not stop your vehicle. Operate the brake pedal and maintain the correct following distance as necessary. Be aware that the EyeSight system has difficulty detecting objects or vehicles that have a relative speed in comparison to your vehicle. Therefore, if the EyeSight system loses detection just as you are approaching a line of stopped cars, for example - you will have to brake manually.

There is no possibility that the vehicle will automatically begin moving from a stay-stopped condition without operation from the driver.

Braking may not be sufficient depending on the following conditions. Oper- ate the brake pedal and decelerate as necessary.

- Vehicle conditions (amount of load, number of occupants, etc.) - Road conditions (grade, slipperiness, shape, bumps, etc.) - Vehicle maintenance status (brake systems, tire wear, air pressure, tem-

porary spare tire is being used, etc.) - When the brakes are cold. (For example, just after the engine is started

or when the outside temperature is low.) - For a short period of time when driving after the engine is started until the

engine has warmed-up - When the brakes are overheated on downhill grades (braking effective-

ness may be reduced) - When driving in rain or after washing the vehicle (the brakes may

become wet and braking effectiveness may be reduced) - When towing a trailer or another vehicle, etc.

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Adaptive Cruise Control is available when the engine is turned on.

Setting Adaptive Cruise Control (1) Setting Adaptive Cruise Control to standby status Press the (CRUISE) switch. At this time, (Adaptive Cruise Control), your vehi- cle indicator and the following distance setting are displayed on the EyeSight display area in the multi information display. The set vehicle speed display will read - - MPH.

If the switch is pressed once more, the EyeSight display will turn off. It will also automatically turn off when the engine is stopped. To set ready status:

Adaptive Cruise Control can be set when all of the following conditions are met and is displayed on the EyeSight display area. - All doors (except the rear gate/trunk) are

closed. - The drivers seatbelt is fastened. - The selector lever is in the position

and the paddle shift is not operated. - The brake pedal is not depressed. - EyeSight operation is not temporarily

stopped. Refer to page 80. - The road is not a steep slope. - The steering wheel has not been turned significantly in either direction. - The vehicle speed is between approximately 0 MPH (0 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). - Parking brake is released.

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(2) Setting Adaptive Cruise Control Press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. Adaptive Cruise Control is now set, and cruise control will start. If no vehicle in front has been detected, the vehicle drives at the constant set target speed. When Adaptive Cruise Control is set, the set speed and are displayed on the EyeSight display area.

NOTE The target vehicle speed can be set between 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90

MPH (145 km/h). If the vehicle speed is approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) or less when the

vehicle speed is set, the set vehicle speed is set to 25 MPH (40 km/h). When driving on a curve, the vehicle may not accelerate, or may deceler-

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When a vehicle in front is detected, a buzzer sounds 1 short beep and the lead vehicle indicator will illuminate. (white) will turn green. The vehicle tracks the lead vehicle in front and maintains the selected following distance. At this time, the speed upper limit is the set vehicle speed. If the vehicle in front is no longer detected, a buzzer sounds 1 short beep and the lead vehicle indicator turns off.

(green) will turn white.

Operation of Adaptive Cruise Control When no vehicle in front is detected

The vehicle drives constantly at the set tar- get vehicle speed between approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h).

When a vehicle in front is detected The vehicle tracks the lead vehicle in front, and will maintain the chosen following dis- tance (there are three settings), up to the set target vehicle speed - between 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h).

NOTE The buzzer sound (lead vehicle acquisition sound) that occurs when a vehicle in front is detected or no longer detected while Adaptive Cruise Control is set can be turned off by customization. Refer to page 82.

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If your vehicle no longer detects the vehicle in front The vehicle gradually accelerates back to the set target vehicle speed and will drive at that constant speed. If a vehicle in front is detected while accelerating to the set target vehicle speed, vehicle tracking will be started again.

CAUTION If the driver operates the brake pedal during automatic braking, the pedal may feel stiff; however, this is not a malfunction. By depressing the brake pedal further you can apply more braking force. When the brake pedal is released it will return to its original condition.

NOTE When the brakes are applied by Adaptive Cruise Control, the vehicles

brake lights will illuminate. Even if there is no lead vehicle present, on a downhill grade, the Adaptive

Cruise Controls automatic brake may operate in order to maintain the set target vehicle speed.

Some noises may be audible during automatic braking. This is caused by the braking control and does not indicate a malfunction.

To temporarily accelerate quickly, use the accelerator pedal. After acceler- ating, the vehicle will gradually return to the set target vehicle speed shown in the gauge cluster.

There are cases where the vehicle in front has turned off the road while your vehicle is still controlled by the automatic braking operation that has activated due to the deceleration of the vehicle in front of yours. In those cases, the brake will be automatically released gradually. Depress the accelerator pedal if necessary.

The lead-vehicle tracking function has the following characteristics: - If the lead vehicles brake lamp is detected, deceleration is started more

quickly than without detection. - If the vehicle moves to the fast lane while travelling more than 37 MPH

(60 km/h), the system starts acceleration to the set vehicle speed more quickly because it is linked with the turn signal.

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Increasing the set vehicle target speed Using the RES/SET switch

While driving with Adaptive Cruise Control on, operate the RES/SET switch as follows. Push to the RES/+ side briefly.

Every time the switch is pushed, the set vehicle target speed will increase to the next 5 MPH (5 km/h) increment.

Push to the RES/+ side continuously. While the switch is being pushed, the set vehicle target speed will increase by 1 MPH (1 km/h).

When operating the switch, the set vehicle target speed changes on the meter display and the multi function display.

Using the accelerator pedal Depressing the accelerator pedal will increase vehicle speed. Once the preferred speed has been attained, push the RES/SET switch to SET/-. When the switch is pressed, the new vehicle target speed will be set. The new set vehicle speed will be displayed in the EyeSight display area.

CAUTION When Adaptive Cruise Control is operating, the actual vehicle speed is

controlled according to the lead vehicle. Therefore, if the RES/SET switch is pressed to the RES/+ and set to a speed higher than the speed of the lead vehicle, the vehicle will not accelerate - it will maintain a safe following distance as the first priority. However, because doing so changed the set vehicle target speed, when the lead vehicle is no longer detected (for example, if you change to a freeway lane with no vehicles in front), the vehicle will accelerate to that new set target speed. Change the set vehicle target speed while briefly checking the value shown in the set speed dis- play on the EyeSight display.

When the accelerator pedal is depressed with Adaptive Cruise Control on, automatic braking control and warnings by Adaptive Cruise Control will not occur. However, if there is a high risk of collision with an obstacle in front of the vehicle at this time, the warning and braking control of the Pre-Collision Braking System may activate.

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Decreasing the set vehicle target speed Using the RES/SET switch

While driving with Adaptive Cruise Control on, operate the RES/SET switch as follows. Push to the SET/- side briefly.

Every time the switch is pushed, the set vehicle target speed will decrease in to the next 5 MPH (5 km/h) decrement.

Push to the SET/- side continuously. While the switch is being pushed, the set vehicle target speed will decrease by 1 MPH (1 km/h). When operating the switch, the set vehicle target speed changes on the meter display and the multi function display.

Using the brake pedal (1) Depress the brake pedal to decrease the vehicle speed. (Adaptive Cruise Control will be

canceled and will turned off.) (2) When the desired speed is reached, press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. The

speed at the time of pressing the switch will be set as the new vehicle speed, and it appears in the EyeSight display area.

Accelerating temporarily Depress the accelerator pedal to accelerate temporarily. When the accelerator pedal is released, the vehicle returns to the set vehicle speed.

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Decelerating temporarily Depress the brake pedal to decelerate tempo- rarily. When the brake pedal is depressed, Adaptive Cruise Control will be canceled. The

will be turned off while the set vehicle tar- get speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. Release the brake pedal and press the RES/SET switch to RES/+ to reset the set vehicle target speed.

CAUTION Ordinarily, while Adaptive Cruise Control is functioning, acceleration and deceleration are performed automatically according to the speed of the lead vehicle (if one is detected). However, when your vehicle approaches a lead vehicle, for example if it is necessary to accelerate for a lane change or other reason, and if the vehicle in front suddenly decelerates, or if another vehicle cuts into your path, operate the accelerator pedal or brake pedal and accelerate or decelerate as appropriate for the existing conditions.

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Changing the following distance from the vehicle in front The following distance from the vehicle in front setting can be changed in 3 stages.

NOTE The following distance changes according to the vehicle speed and is fur-

ther the faster that the vehicle is traveling at.

If you turn the (CRUISE) switch off, and then turn it on again, the fol- lowing distance that was set before turning the switch off will be main- tained.

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Following distance indicator

When you vehicle speed is 25 MPH (40 km/h)

When you vehicle speed is 60 MPH (100 km/h)

Approx. 100 ft (30 m) Approx. 200 ft (60 m)

Approx. 75 ft (22 m) Approx. 150 ft (45 m)

Approx. 50 ft (15 m) Approx. 100 ft (30 m)

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Canceling Adaptive Cruise Control Canceling by driver operation

Either of the following operations will cancel Adaptive Cruise Control.

Press the CANCEL switch.

Depress the brake pedal. will be turned off while the set vehicle

target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area.

Press the (CRUISE) switch. will be turned off while the set vehicle

target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. When the (CRUISE) switch is pressed again, will be turned off and Adaptive Cruise Control will be turned off.

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Automatic cancellation by the system In the following cases, a buzzer will sound a single long beep and Adaptive Cruise Con- trol is automatically canceled. ( is dis- played on the EyeSight display area.)

Conditions for automatic cancellation - The grade of the road is very steep. - ABS, Vehicle Dynamics Control or Trac-

tion Control Function is activated. - The vehicle speed has exceeded approximately 100 MPH (160 km/h) while cruise con-

trol is set. - The steering wheel was turned significantly in either direction. - The transmission select lever is moved to a position other than .

Cruise control can be resumed after the transmission select lever is returned to the position.

- A paddle shift switch is operated while driving when the transmission select lever is in the position. Cruise control can be resumed again after the shift indicator returns to .

- Any door (except the rear gate/trunk) is opened. - The drivers seatbelt is unfastened. - EyeSight operation has temporarily stopped.

Refer to page 80. - EyeSight is malfunctioning.

Refer to page 79. - The Pre-Collision secondary braking has activated. - Parking brake is applied.

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WARNING

Do not use Adaptive Cruise Control on slippery roads. Doing so may result in an accident.

CAUTION When shifting the selector lever to the position, Adaptive Cruise Control will be automatically canceled. Do not shift the lever to the position unless it is an emergency. Otherwise the engine brake may not operate, which could cause an accident.

NOTE If EyeSight operation has temporarily stopped, the Pre-Collision Braking

System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light illuminate, and the EyeSight temporary stop indicator is displayed on the multi information display.

Refer to page 80. If EyeSight is malfunctioning, the EyeSight warning indicator is displayed

on the multi information display, and the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light will also illuminate. If this occurs, stop the vehicle in a safe location and then turn off the engine and restart it. If the indicators remain illuminated after restarting the engine, Adaptive Cruise Control cannot be used. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; however the system should be inspected by a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible.

Refer to page 79. When the operation of Adaptive Cruise Control has been automatically

canceled, perform the set cruise control operation again after the condition that caused the cancellation has been corrected. If the cruise control func- tion cannot be set even after the condition has been corrected, EyeSight may be malfunctioning. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; how- ever contact a SUBARU dealer and have the system inspected.

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Returning to a vehicle speed that was previously set The vehicle speed which was previously set is stored in memory.* To return to set that vehi- cle speed, press the RES/SET switch to the RES/+. ( on the EyeSight display area illu- minates again to indicate that the system has returned to the set status again.)

NOTE *The vehicle speed stored in memory is erased in the following circumstances: The cruise control is turned off by pressing the (CRUISE) switch. Vehicle Dynamics Control or Traction Control Function are activated. The cruise control mode was switched from Adaptive Cruise Control to

Conventional Cruise Control.

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Brake more warning The brake more warning is activated while Adaptive Cruise Control is tracking a lead vehicle. This function warns the driver when it determines that the current level of deceleration by automatic braking control is insufficient. When the brake more function operates,

Obstacle Detected will be shown in the pop-up screen area of the multi information display, a lead vehicle indicator will flash, and a buzzer will sound several short beeps.

When this function activates, depress the brake pedal to decelerate and maintain a correct following distance.

Other functions

WARNING

If the buzzer sounds frequently, do not use Adaptive Cruise Control. The brake more warning will not activate in the following situations. - The accelerator pedal is depressed. - The brake pedal is depressed.

Even when the following distance is short, the brake more warning may not activate in the following situations.

- The difference in speed with the vehicle in front is small. (The two vehi- cles are travelling at almost the same speed.)

- The vehicle in front is traveling faster than your vehicle. (The following distance is gradually increasing.)

- Another vehicle cuts into your lane very close to your vehicle. - The vehicle in front decelerates suddenly. - When there are repeated uphill and downhill grades

The brake more warning may not activate in time in the case of a vehicle that is stopped at the end of a line at a toll gate, at a stop light or intersection or in traffic congestion, or a vehicle that is moving much slower than your vehicle. EyeSight requires a speed differential in order to recognize a potential obsta- cle and react to it.

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CAUTION The automatic braking function is released gradually approximately 2 seconds after stopping and the vehicle starts creeping forward. Be sure to depress the brake pedal and stop the vehicle completely.

NOTE Vehicles in front in the same traffic lane are detected by the stereo cam-

eras within a distance of approximately 360 ft (110 m) in the forward direc- tion. However the detection distance may be reduced depending on the traffic environment, driving conditions, and conditions of the vehicle in front.

If does not illuminate when the (CRUISE) switch is pressed, there may be a malfunction in the system. Contact a SUBARU dealer and have the system inspected.

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Pre-Collision Throttle Management When an obstacle is detected in front of the vehicle, and the vehicle is stopped or travel- ling very slowly, if the system determines that the accelerator pedal has been depressed by more than the necessary amount (due to driver error), it greatly restricts engine output and ensures that vehicle forward movement is slower than normal in order to give the driver additional time to brake or react.

During system operation, a buzzer will sound several short beeps, and Obstacle Detected will be shown on the pop-up display area of the multi information display. The lead vehicle indicator will also flash. This function only activates when the trans- mission select lever is in the or posi- tion.

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WARNING

Do not rely excessively on Pre-Collision Throttle Management. Pre- Collision Throttle Management is not designed to help you avoid collisions in many situations. Always check the selector lever and pedal positions as well as the surrounding environment before starting and operating the vehicle. Relying only on Pre-Collision Throttle Management could result in an accident. Pre-Collision Throttle Management is not designed to maintain the vehicle

in a stopped condition. Pre-Collision Throttle Management will not reduce acceleration under all

conditions. It is also not designed to prevent collisions. Pre-Collision Throttle Management will operate when an obstacle is

detected in front. However, this function will not reduce acceleration in cases where no obstacle is recognized (for example when approaching a cliff, etc.)

Do not intentionally depress the accelerator pedal excessively when there are obstacles nearby. If the driver relies only on Pre-Collision Throttle Management to control acceleration, collisions may occur.

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If your vehicle is trapped on a railroad crossing and you are trying to escape by driving through the crossing gate, the stereo cameras may rec- ognize the crossing gate as an obstacle and Pre-Collision Throttle Management system may activate. In this case, remain calm and either continue to depress the accelerator pedal or turn off the Pre-Collision Throttle Management system.

Refer to page 58. Pre-Collision Throttle Management may not activate depending on the fol-

lowing conditions: - The distance between your vehicle and the obstacle, speed difference,

and lateral displacement (amount of offset) - Recognition status of the stereo cameras

In particular, the function may not activate in the following cases: Bad weather (for example heavy rain, a blizzard or thick fog) When visibility is poor due to sand or smoke in the air When light is poor in the evening, early morning, or at night In a dark area (indoor parking area, etc.) When there is an obstacle outside the area illuminated by the head-

lights When affected by strong light from the front (for example sunlight at

sunrise or sunset headlight beams, etc.) When there is snow, frost, dirt or dust on the windshield, or it is clouded When fluid has not been fully wiped off the windshield during or after

use of the window washer When obstacles cannot be correctly recognized due to water droplets

from rain or the washer, or the wiper blades obstructing the stereo cam- eras field of view

When the stereo cameras field of view is obstructed (for example by a canoe on the roof of the vehicle)

With low obstacles (low wall, crash barrier, low vehicle, etc.) When the size and height of an obstacle is smaller than the limitations

of the stereo cameras recognition capability With small animals or children. With pedestrians who are sitting or lying down

When the rear portion nearest your vehicle is too small or too close (such as a trailer or oncoming vehicle) the system may not recog- nize the part of that vehicle which is closest to you.

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When there is a fence or wall, etc., with a uniform pattern (striped pattern, brick, etc.) or with no pat- tern in front

When there is a wall or door made of glass or a mirror in front

When an obstacle (another vehicle, motorcycle, bicy- cle, pedestrian, animal or child, etc.) cuts in from the side or jumps out suddenly

When starting, if you change lanes and your vehicle is immediately behind the obstacle

On sharp curves, steep uphill grades or steep downhill grades - When the system determines that steering operation by the driver is

intended as evasive action For your safety, do not test Pre-Collision Throttle Management on its own. It

may operate improperly and cause an accident.

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CAUTION In the following situations, turn off Pre-Collision Throttle Management. Other-

wise Pre-Collision Throttle Management may activate unexpectedly. - When the vehicle is being towed - When loading the vehicle onto a carrier - When a chassis dynamometer, free-rollers or similar equipment is used - When a mechanic lifts up the vehicle, starts the engine and allows the

wheels to spin freely - When passing hanging banners, flags or branches, or when thick/tall

vegetation is contacting the vehicle The Pre-Collision Throttle Management may activate in the following situa-

tions. Therefore concentrate on safe driving. - When your vehicle is close to the vehicle in front - When passing through an automatic gate - When your vehicle is in a location where the grade of the road changes

rapidly

- When passing through clouds of steam or smoke

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- When there is an obstacle on a curve or intersection

- When narrowly passing a vehicle or object

- When stopping very close to a wall or a vehicle in front

NOTE When the accelerator pedal is depressed for approximately three seconds,

Pre-Collision Throttle Management will be released gradually. When the Pre-Collision Braking System is turned off, Pre-Collision Throttle

Management is also turned off. Refer to page 31.

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Pressing and holding the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF switch for approximately 2 sec- onds or longer will turn off the Pre-Collision Throttle Management System. When 1 short beep sound emits, this function is turned off and the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indi- cator light on the instrument panel illuminates. To turn the system back on, press and hold the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF switch again for approximately 2 seconds or longer. When this function is turned on, the Pre-Colli- sion Braking System OFF indicator light turns off. Refer to page 32.

Turning off Pre-Collision Throttle Management

NOTE When Pre-Collision Throttle Management is turned off, the Pre-Collision

Braking System also turns off. Even when Pre-Collision Throttle Management is turned off, if the ignition

switch is turned off and the engine is restarted, Pre-Collision Throttle Management will be turned on. The default setting for Pre-Collision Throttle Management when the vehicle is restarted is ON.

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Lane Departure Warning When vehicle speed is approximately 30 MPH (50 km/h) or more, this function warns the driver if the system detects that the vehicle is likely to depart the traffic lane. When Lane Departure Warning activates, a buzzer sounds 6 short beeps, and the steering wheel indicator and right/left lane indicator on the meter display all flash at the same time.

* The illustration depicts a vehicle departing the left lane.

WARNING

Lane Departure Warning will not operate in all conditions. It also will not auto- matically return the vehicle to the original lane. If the driver relies only on the Lane Departure Warning to keep the vehicle in the lane, lane departure may occur, resulting in an accident. The Lane Departure Warning activates when it detects lane markings. How- ever, it is not a function which can detect the edge of a road (shoulders or side ditches, etc.) and warn the driver.

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CAUTION In the following situations, the Lane Departure Warning will or may not acti- vate: Vehicle speed is approximately 30 MPH (50 km/h) or less. When the steering wheel is turned significantly to either side When the vehicle is driving around a curve whose radius is 0.18 miles (300

m) or smaller. When the brake pedal is depressed or immediately after it is depressed When the accelerator pedal is almost fully depressed and the vehicle is

accelerating or immediately after accelerating When the following distance behind a vehicle in front is short While the turn signal is operating and for approximately 4 seconds after the

turn signal lever has returned to its original position For approximately 4 seconds after the hazard lamp has switched off When the vehicle has not returned to the inside of the lane after the Lane

Departure Warning has activated The lane is narrow. When it is difficult for the camera to detect lane markings - There are no lane markings or they are very worn. - The lane markings are yellow. - It is difficult to detect lane markings as they are similar in color to the

road surface. - The lane markings are narrow.

NOTE The following situations may cause incorrect lane detection and a faulty

Lane Departure Warning to occur. - Tire tracks on a wet road or snow-covered road - Boundaries between snow and asphalt, marks from road repair, etc. - Shadows of guardrails - Lane markings are drawn in double - There are some lane markings left from roadwork or markings from the

previous road. When the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light is illuminated, the

Lane Departure Warning is inactive. Refer to page 61.

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Press and hold the Lane Departure Warning OFF switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer to turn off the Lane Departure Warning. When 1 short beep sound emits, this function is turned off and the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light on the instrument panel will illuminate. To turn the function back on, press and hold the Lane Departure Warning OFF switch again for approximately 2 seconds or longer. When the function is turned on, the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light turns off.

Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light This indicator illuminates when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position, and then approximately 7 seconds after the engine starts, it turns off or remains illuminated depending on the current status (ON or OFF). It turns on when the Lane Departure Warning is turned off. It also illuminates under the following conditions. When the EyeSight system has a

malfunction Refer to page 79.

When the EyeSight system has stopped temporarily Refer to page 80.

Turning off Lane Departure Warning

NOTE When the Lane Departure Warning is turned off, the Lane Sway Warning is

also turned off. The engine is turned off. The conditions prior to turning off the engine are

preserved and restored after starting the engine again.

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Lane Sway Warning This function detects wandering or drifting within a lane, and warns the driver. When Lane Sway Warning activates, a buzzer sounds 6 short beeps and the lane indicator flash alter- nately right/left on the meter display. This function activates only when the vehicle speed is approximately 38 MPH (60 km/h) or more.

WARNING

Lane Sway Warning will not operate in all conditions. It also will not automati- cally correct wandering. If the driver relies only on the Lane Sway Warning to prevent the vehicle from wandering, an accident may occur.

CAUTION Under the following conditions, the Lane Sway Warning may not operate. When driving on a winding road When vehicle speed changes greatly Immediately after a lane change When it is difficult for the EyeSight stereo cameras to detect lane markings - There are no lane markings or they are the very worn. - It is difficult to detect lane markings as they are similar in color to the

road surface. - The lane markings are narrow.

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NOTE Wandering detection is based on several minutes of driving data. Wander-

ing will not be detected immediately when it occurs. In addition, the warn- ing may continue for some time even after wandering stops.

The Lane Sway Warning System is just a function that warns the driver. When the driver is tired, not concentrating on the road or not paying ade- quate attention to driving, be sure to take rest breaks as often as needed.

When the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light is illuminated, the Lane Sway Warning will not operate.

Refer to page 61.

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Press and hold the Lane Departure Warning OFF switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer to turn off the Lane Sway Warning. When 1 short beep sound emits, this function is turned off and the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light on the instrument panel illu- minates. To turn the function back on, press and hold the Lane Departure Warning OFF switch again for approximately 2 seconds or longer. When the function is turned on, the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light turns off. Refer to page 61.

Turning off Lane Sway Warning

NOTE When the Lane Sway Warning is turned off, the Lane Departure Warning is

also turned off. The engine is turned off. The conditions prior to turning off the engine are

preserved and restored after starting the engine again.

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Lead Vehicle Start Alert This function notifies the driver by means of a buzzer and the lead vehicle indicator on the multi information display when the drivers vehicle remains stopped after the vehicle in front has started to move forward. When the vehicle in front remains stopped continuously (within a following distance of approximately 32 ft (10 m) and the drivers vehicle remains stopped for several seconds or longer), the system continues to detect the vehicle in front and this alarm activates if the vehicle in front advances approximately 10 ft (3 m) or more while the drivers vehicle remains stationary. This function only activates when the select lever is in the , or position. When the Lead Vehicle Start Alert activates, a buzzer sounds a two-tone beep and the lead vehicle indicator moves.

NOTE The Lead Vehicle Start Alert setting can be turned on or off. Refer to page 82. Under the following conditions, the Lead Vehicle Start Alert may activate

even when the vehicle in front has not started to move, or may not activate even after the vehicle in front has started to move:

- A motorcycle or similar object has cut in between your vehicle and the stopped vehicle in front.

- Weather or road conditions prevent detection of the vehicle in front. - The EyeSight stereo cameras lose detection of the vehicle in front.

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Conventional Cruise Control

Conventional Cruise Control is a driving support system intended to allow more comfortable driving on expressways, freeways and interstate highways. It can be used to travel at a con- stant speed by maintaining the vehicle speed that was set by the driver. Please remember that you should not exceed posted speed limits.

About Conventional Cruise Control

WARNING

When Conventional Cruise Control is functioning, the system does not per- form tracking control to maintain following distance, as when using Adap- tive Cruise Control. Strive for safe driving and operate the brake pedal to decelerate the vehi- cle as necessary in order to ensure a safe following distance from the vehi- cle in front.

Under the following conditions, do not use the Conventional Cruise Control. Doing so may result in an accident.

- Roads with heavy traffic or roads with sharp curves You may fail to drive at a speed that is appropriate for the road condi- tions, possibly resulting in an accident.

- Frozen roads, snow-covered roads or slippery road surfaces The tires may spin, causing loss of control of the vehicle.

- Steep downhill grades The set vehicle speed may be exceeded.

- On a steep continuous downhill grade The brakes may overheat.

CAUTION When using Cruise Control, be sure to check the display screen to confirm which Cruise Control mode is selected: Adaptive Cruise Control or Conventional Cruise Control.

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NOTE When the (CRUISE) switch is first turned on, the Adaptive Cruise

Control is set. To change the Cruise Control mode, press and hold the (following

distance setting) switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer. (This is effective only when the main Cruise Control is on and neither Adaptive Cruise Control nor Conventional Cruise Control are set.)

Conventional Cruise Control can be used even when EyeSight is tempo- rarily turned off.

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Conventional Cruise Control can be set when the following conditions are met. - The selector lever is in the position and the paddle shift is not operated. - The brake pedal is released. - The vehicle speed is between approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145

km/h). - Parking brake is released.

Setting Conventional Cruise Control (1) Setting the Conventional Cruise Control to standby status.

Press the (CRUISE) switch. At this time, (Adaptive Cruise Control) and the following distance setting are displayed on the EyeSight display area of the multi information display. The set vehicle speed display will read - - MPH. When the (CRUISE) switch is pressed, the initial cruise control mode is always Adaptive Cruise Control.

If the switch is pressed once more, the EyeSight display will turn off. It will also automatically turn off when the engine is stopped.

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(2) Switch to Conventional Cruise Control. Press and hold the (following distance setting) switch for approximately 2 seconds or longer to switch from Adaptive Cruise Control to Conventional Cruise Control. A buzzer sounds 1 short beep. At this time, the following distance setting indicator on the EyeSight display area of the multi information display turns off and (Conventional Cruise Control) is displayed.

To set the ready status: - All doors (except the rear gate/trunk) are closed. - The drivers seatbelt is fastened. - The selector lever is in the position, and the paddle shift is not operated. - The brake pedal is not depressed. - The road is not on a steep slope. - The steering wheel has not been turned significantly in either direction. - The vehicle speed is over approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h). - Parking brake is released.

(3) Control the accelerator pedal to reach the desired speed.

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(4) When the vehicle speed is between approximately 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h), press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. The vehicle speed at the time the switch is pressed becomes the set vehicle speed, and constant-speed driving is engaged.

and the set vehicle speed are displayed on the EyeSight display area.

WARNING

The brake more warning will not activate while Conventional Cruise Control is functioning.

CAUTION During Conventional Cruise Control use, accelerator and brake control to track the vehicle in front is not performed. Operate the accelerator and brake pedals as necessary.

NOTE On a downhill grade, automatic braking may operate in order to maintain

the set vehicle speed. When driving on a curve, the vehicle may not accelerate, or may deceler-

ate, even if the set speed is higher than the current vehicle speed. To return to Adaptive Cruise Control use, cancel the Conventional Cruise

Control then briefly press the (following distance setting) switch.

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Increasing the set vehicle speed The following two methods can be used to increase the set vehicle speed.

Using the RES/SET switch Pressing to the RES/+ side briefly

Every time you press the RES/+ side, the set vehicle speed will increase to the next 5 MPH (5 km/h) increment.

Pressing the RES/+ side continuously While pressing the RES/+ side, the set vehicle speed will increase by 1 MPH (1 km/h).

When the switch is operated, the set vehicle speed on the meter display will change.

Using the accelerator pedal Operate the accelerator pedal to increase the vehicle speed. When the desired speed is reached, press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. When the switch is released, the new vehicle speed is set.

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Decreasing the set vehicle speed Using the RES/SET switch

Pressing to the SET/- side briefly Every time you press the SET/- side, the set vehicle speed decreases to the next 5 MPH (5 km/h) decrement.

Pressing to the SET/- side continuously While pressing the SET/- side, the set vehicle speed decreases by 1 MPH (1 km/h).

When the switch is operated, the set vehicle speed on the meter display will change.

Using the brake pedal (1) Depress the brake pedal to decrease the vehicle speed. (Conventional Cruise Control

will be canceled and will be turned off.) (2) When the desired speed is reached, press the RES/SET switch to the SET/-. The

speed at the time of pressing the switch will be set as the new vehicle speed, and it appears in the EyeSight display area.

Accelerating temporarily Depress the accelerator pedal to accelerate temporarily. When the accelerator pedal is released, the vehicle returns to the set vehicle speed.

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Decelerating temporarily Depress the brake pedal to decelerate tempo- rarily. When the brake pedal is depressed, Conventional Cruise Control will be canceled. While the set vehicle target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area, will be turned off. Release the brake pedal and press the RES/SET switch for RES/+ to reset the set vehicle target speed.

Canceling Conventional Cruise Control Manual Cancellation by the driver

Any of the following operations will cancel Conventional Cruise Control. Press the CANCEL switch. Depress the brake pedal.

will be turned off while the set vehicle target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area.

Press the (CRUISE) switch. will be turned off while the set vehicle

target speed remains displayed on the EyeSight display area. When the (CRUISE) switch is pressed again, the will be turned off and Conventional Cruise Control will be turned off.

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Automatic cancellation by the system In the following cases, a buzzer sounds a single long beep and the Cruise control function is automatically canceled ( is displayed on the EyeSight display area.). After the condi- tions listed below have been eliminated, perform the cruise control set operation again to reactivate cruise control. The select lever was moved to a position other than .

The cruise control function can be used again after the lever is returned to the posi- tion.

A paddle shift switch was operated during driving with the lever in the position. The cruise control function can be used again after the shift indicator returns to .

Vehicle speed drops to approximately 20 MPH (30 km/h) or less (due to a steep uphill grade or some other reason).

Vehicle speed rises to approximately 100 MPH (160 km/h) or more. The ABS, Vehicle Dynamics Control or Traction Control functions activate. Any door (except the rear gate/trunk) was opened. The drivers seatbelt is unfastened. EyeSight is malfunctioning. (Refer to page 79, EyeSight malfunction and temporary

stop.) The steering wheel is turned significantly in either direction. The grade of the road is steep. The Pre-Collision secondary braking has activated. Parking brake is applied.

WARNING

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CAUTION When shifting the selector lever to the position, Adaptive Cruise Control will be automatically canceled. Do not shift the lever to the position unless it is an emergency. Otherwise the engine brake may not operate, which could cause an accident.

NOTE If EyeSight is malfunctioning, the EyeSight warning indicator is displayed

on the multi information display and the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light illuminate. If this occurs, stop the vehicle in a safe location and then stop the engine and restart it. If the indicators remain illuminated after restarting the engine, Conventional Cruise Control cannot be used. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; however the system should be inspected by a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible.

Refer to page 79. When operation of Conventional Cruise Control has been automatically

canceled, perform the set operation again after the condition that caused the cancellation has been eliminated. If cruise control cannot be set even after the condition has been corrected, EyeSight may be malfunctioning. This will not interfere with ordinary driving; however the system should be inspected by a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible.

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Resuming a vehicle speed that was previously stored A vehicle speed that has been previously set is stored in memory*. To recall and set that vehicle speed, press the RES/SET switch to the RES/+. (The EyeSight display area shows the set condition again.) Resume is possible when a vehicle speed was previously set, and the current vehicle speed is approximately 20 MPH (30 km/h) or more.

NOTE * The vehicle speed stored in memory is erased at the following times:

- The cruise control is turned off by pressing the (CRUISE) switch. - Either vehicle Dynamics Control or Traction Control Function has been

activated. - The cruise control mode was switched from Conventional Cruise Control

to Adaptive Cruise Control. The vehicle will drive at a constant speed that was set between approxi-

mately 25 MPH (40 km/h) and 90 MPH (145 km/h). If there is no vehicle speed in the memory (a previously set vehicle speed),

the vehicle speed cannot be resumed by depressing the RES/+ switch.

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List of buzzer sounds Buzzer sound Status Reference page

Single continuous beep

Pre-Collision Braking System: Secondary Braking is active.

Refer to page 28.

Single long beep Adaptive Cruise Control or Conventional Cruise Control is canceled.

Refer to pages 48 and 74.

Repeated short beeps

Pre-Collision Braking System: First Braking is active.

Refer to page 28.

Pre-Collision Braking System: The following distance warning is active. The brake more warning from Adaptive Cruise Control is active.

Refer to page 51.

Pre-Collision Throttle Management is active. Refer to page 53.

6 short beeps The Lane Departure Warning is active. Refer to page 59.

The Lane Sway Warning is active. Refer to page 62.

3 short beeps and 1 long beep

Pre-Collision Braking System: Automatic brake is slowly released by the sys- tem after vehicle stopped by the pre-collision braking.

Refer to page 21.

Adaptive Cruise Control System: Automatic brake is released by the system after vehicle is stopped by the Adaptive Cruise Con- trol System. (Adaptive Cruise Control System will stop the vehicle according to the lead vehi- cle stops.

Refer to page 33.

1 short beep

Either of the following occurred while Adaptive Cruise Control was set. - A vehicle in front is detected*. - A vehicle in front is no longer detected*.

Refer to page 41.

The cruise control mode (Adaptive Cruise Control Conventional Cruise Control) is changed.

Refer to page 69.

EyeSight is malfunctioning. Refer to pages 79 and 80.

EyeSight operation is temporarily stopped.

Pre-Collision Braking System and Pre-Collision Throttle Management are turned on/off.

Refer to pages 31 and 58.

The Lane Departure Warning and the Lane Sway Warning are turned on/off.

Refer to pages 61 and 64.

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*The buzzer that indicates when a lead vehicle is detected or when it is no longer detected (Lead Vehicle Acquisition Sound), as well as the Lead Vehicle Start Alert can be turned on or off. Refer to page 82.

Buzzer sound Status Reference page

Two-tone beep Lead Vehicle Start Alert is active*. Refer to page 65.

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EyeSight malfunction and temporary stop If a malfunction is detected in the EyeSight system, the indicators in the instrument panel and the multi information display inform the driver of the malfunction. Check the displayed contents and take the appropriate action.

Malfunction (including position/angle misalignment of stereo cameras)

The buzzer sounds 1 short beep and the EyeSight warning indicator (yellow) flashes or illuminates. At the same time, the Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and the Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light will illuminate. A message will also be displayed on the multi information display.

Displayed screen Cause Action

An EyeSight malfunction or position/angle misalignment of stereo cameras has occurred.

Inspection and adjustment is necessary. Contact your SUBARU dealer.

CAUTION If both the EyeSight warning indicator and the CHECK ENGINE warning light/malfunction indicator light illuminate at the same time while driving, have your vehicle checked/repaired by a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible. EyeSight cannot be used if there is an abnormality with the engine, etc.

NOTE If the EyeSight warning indicator illuminated or flashed, stop the vehicle in

a safe location, and after stopping the engine once by turning off the engine, restart the engine.

If the indicator continues illuminating or flashing even after the engine has been restarted, the EyeSight system has a malfunction. In this case, all EyeSight functions will be stopped. Normal driving will still be possible. However, contact a SUBARU dealer for an inspection.

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Temporary stop The buzzer will sound one short beep, and the EyeSight temporary stop indicator (white), Pre-Collision Braking System OFF indicator light and Lane Departure Warning OFF indicator light will illuminate at the same time. A message will also be displayed on the multi information display. When the cause has been eliminated, temporary stop will be canceled and the EyeSight system will automatically restart.

Displayed screen Cause Action

It is difficult for the stereo cameras to detect objects in front The front windshield is

dirty or fogged up Poor weather conditions Strong light from the front

Clean the front windshield. In bad weather or if there is

strong light from the front, the EyeSight system will restart once you have driven your vehicle for a period of time and the conditions affecting the system have improved. If the system does not restart, even after the conditions have improved and a period of time has elapsed, contact your SUBARU dealer for an inspection.

In low or high temperatures The system will restart once the temperature is within the operational range of the EyeSight system. If the system does not restart, even when the temperature inside the vehicle is normal, contact your SUBARU dealer for an inspection.

S02074

S00700

S00701

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Displayed screen Cause Action

When the EyeSight system is starting

When the system has determined that the vehicle is extremely inclined

When the pre-collision secondary braking has operated 3 times after the engine was started

When the engine is stopped

When the electronic power steering system is in the overheating prevention status because the steering wheel has been operated while the vehicle is at a standstill or driving at an extremely slow speed

When the EyeSight system judged a different value due to the removal or installation of the steering wheel

When wheel alignments are deviated

The system will restart once the cause has been eliminated. At this time, it may take some time for the system to restart. If the system does not restart, even after the conditions have improved and a period of time has elapsed, contact your SUBARU dealer for an inspection.

NOTE When the EyeSight temporary stop indicator has illuminated, no EyeSight functions can be used except for Conventional Cruise Control.

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Customizing functions The following settings can be changed on the multi information display.

How to customize Operations can be performed when the selec- tor lever is in the position and the ignition switch is in the ON position while the vehicle is parked. (1) Pull the / switch toward you to

display the Change settings screen. Keep pulling the (Info)/SET switch to change to the settings screen.

(2) Pull the / switch toward you, select EyeSight, and pull the (Info)/SET switch to confirm. The system will then switch to the EyeSight settings screen.

Operate the following switches according to what is displayed on the screen. Select: (Return) switch/

(Send) switch Confirm: (Info)/SET switch

Item Setting Default setting

EyeSight

Warning Volume Max/Mid/Min Mid

Lead Vehicle Acquisition Sound ON/OFF ON

Lead Vehicle Moving Monitor Function ON/OFF ON

NOTE The following settings can be restored to the factory (default) settings. Refer to the Owners Manual for your vehicle.

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Pull and hold i/SET switch

For MenuT

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Select

Select

Screen Setting

Setting

Change settings Settings screen P

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Warning Volume setting The volume can be set to Max/Mid/Min. When on the Warning Volume settings screen, if the volume is selected with the / switch, 3 short beeps will sound.

Lead Vehicle Acquisition Sound setting The Lead Vehicle Acquisition Sound setting can be activated (ON) or deactivated (OFF).

Lead Vehicle Moving Monitor Function The Lead Vehicle Start Alert function setting can be activated (ON) or deactivated (OFF).

Canceling the custom functions In the following cases, the custom functions will be canceled and the Change settings screen will be displayed. When you keep pulling the (Info)/SET switch toward you When the engine is turned off When the switch is not operated for approximately 30 seconds

NOTE When Return is selected, the system will return to the screen directly above the current one.

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Message screen list If an EyeSight warning or malfunction is detected, a message will be displayed on the multi information display. Depending on the message, a buzzer will sound at the same time.

If a message is displayed, refer to the message list and take the appropriate action. While the mark is illuminated, pull the (Info)/SET switch to indicate the message again.

Message screen list (precautions and notices)

Item Displayed screen mark Action

Pre-Collision Braking System None Refer to page 28.

The brake more warning None Refer to page 51.

Pre-Collision Throttle Management None Refer to page 53.

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Normal indicator Normal indicatorMessage indicator

A

E F

A

E F

EyeSight Off Check Manual

A

E F

mark

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Message screen list (malfunction, temporary stop)

Item Displayed screen mark Action

Lane Departure Warning None Refer to page 59.

Lane Sway Warning None Refer to page 62.

Lead vehicle Start alert None Refer to page 65.

Adaptive Cruise Control/Conventional Cruise Control automatic cancellation

None Refer to pages 48 and 74.

Item Displayed screen mark Action

EyeSight System Malfunction

Yes (yellow) Refer to page 79.

EyeSight system temporary stop

Yes (white) Refer to page 80.

Yes (white) Refer to page 80.

Yes (white) Refer to page 81.

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S00697

S00698

S01139

Cruise Control Cancelled Steep Hill

S00699

S00700

S00701

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Troubleshooting

Adaptive Cruise control cannot be set.

Did you remember to press the (CRUISE) switch? If you have not pressed the (CRUISE) switch, (Adaptive Cruise Control) will not be shown.

Is EyeSight operation temporarily stopped? When EyeSight is temporarily stopped, is displayed on the multi information display. Set cruise control again after the reason for the temporary stop has been cor- rected.

Is displayed? Cruise control cannot be set when is not displayed. Set cruise control when

is displayed.

is not displayed.

Are the requirements for setting cruise control met? In any of the following cases, will not be displayed.

The brake pedal is depressed. The vehicle speed is over 90 MPH (145 km/h). The combination meter indicates a position other than . (The select

lever or paddle shift switches are manually operated.) The drivers seatbelt is unfastened. Any door is opened (except the rear gate/trunk). The vehicle is on a steep grade. The steering wheel is turned significantly in either direction. Parking brake is applied.

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A vehicle (in front of your vehicle) is not detected, is detected later or detection is lost quickly.

Is the vehicle in front stopped, moving slowly relative to your vehicle or moving extremely slowly? Detection of stopped vehicles, vehicle moving slowly relative to your vehicle, and vehicles moving extremely slowly may be difficult.

Is the windshield dirty or fogged? If the windshield is dirty or fogged, it may not be possible to detect object or vehi- cles. Clean off the dirt or fog from the windshield, and then try using the system again.

Is the vehicle in front far away? The maximum detection distance of EyeSights stereo cameras is approximately 360 ft (110 m). Detection is not possible if the vehicle is farther away.

Is the vehicle on a curve? The detection range is limited in the left and right directions when the cameras are properly aimed.

Is the vehicle on a road with repeated uphill and downhill grades (such as an over- pass), or on a banked road? The detection range is limited in the up and down directions.

Did the vehicle detected in front change? Detection may be delayed after the vehicle in front has changed.

Have water, snow or other substances been kicked up by the vehicle in front as it drives? When water or snow have been kicked up, it may not be possible to detect the vehicle in front.

Control is activated even though no vehicle in front is detected?

Is there a vehicle in the neighboring lane? Depending on the road conditions, vehicles in neighboring lanes may be detected as well as a vehicle directly in front.

Are you driving on or near a curve? When driving on a curve, braking control may be activated in response to guard rails, the angle of the steering wheel, or roadside structures.

The Lead Vehicle Start Alert activates, even though there is no vehicle in front.

Depending on surrounding objects, traffic environment and weather, the Lead Vehicle Start Alert may issue a warning in response to objects other than a vehicle that appear in front of your vehicle.

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EyeSight does not restart after a temporary stop.

Are you parking the vehicle at extremely cold or hot condition? In these cases, EyeSight will maintain temporary stop until the temperature is back to normal.

Are you driving in the rain with old wipers or is there an oily film on the windshield? Replace the wipers with new ones, or clean the oily film off the windshield. Are you driving in poor weather conditions with heavy rain, snow, fog, or dust? In these cases, EyeSight may temporarily stop operating while visibility is very low.

Is your vehicle subject to sunlight from the front (sunset or sunrise, etc.) or to bright headlights from oncoming vehicles at nighttime? In these cases, EyeSight may temporarily stop operating.

The timing of the brake more warning is sometimes earlier and sometimes later than what seems to be normal operation.

The brake more warning sounds when the system determines that more braking is necessary, based on conditions such as the distance from the vehicle in front and the difference in speed compared to it. As a result, timing may vary depend- ing on how the brakes are applied in relation to the vehicle in front, and your rela- tive speed to that vehicle.

When the vehicle in front has turned off the road away or the distance from the vehicle in front has increased, acceleration is sometimes slower or faster.

Depending on the timing of when the detection of the vehicle in front is lost, EyeSights ability to react may be slower, causing the start of acceleration to feel delayed and braking time to feel longer than what seems to be normal operation.

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Cruise control is canceled automatically.

Did you perform one of the following operations? Manually depressing the brake pedal Pressing the (CRUISE) switch - If the (CRUISE) switch is pressed while the cruise control is set,

the cruise control will be canceled. Staying on a steep slope Turning the steering wheel sharply Operating the paddle shift lever Shifting the selector lever to the position Unfastening the seatbelt. Parking brake is applied.

Has the EyeSight system temporarily stopped?

A noise occurs when automatic braking control activates.

This is the sound of the automatic braking control operating - there are some mechanical components to the system, and they do occasionally make audible sounds during automatic braking control. It is not necessarily a malfunction.

Braking control activates frequently when driving in heavy traffic.

Unlike a human driving, the EyeSight system performs control based only on the actions of vehicles or objects in front. As a result, acceleration and deceleration may be more frequent while the system adjusts to vehicles or objects the camera system is detecting. If it is difficult to maintain a consistent following distance under certain conditions (like in bad weather or urban environments, etc.), do not use Adaptive Cruise Control.

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Manualsnet FAQs

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