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Automatic Switch Off

Note: A message will be shown in the display if the engine speed drops too low. It will advise you to change down a gear (manual transmission only). If you do not follow this recommendation then the system will automatically switch off.

Note: The system will not operate when traction control is off.

The system is dependent on various other systems, for example anti-lock braking system and electronic stability program.

When a safety system has a malfunction or is reacting to an emergency, the system will automatically switch off.

You will hear an audible tone and a message will be shown in the display. You must then intervene and adapt your driving and speed to vehicles in front of you.

An automatic switch off can occur if:

  • Your vehicle speed falls below approximately 17 mph (25 km/h).
  • The tires lose traction.
  • The brake temperature is too high, for example when driving on mountainous or hilly roads.
  • The engine speed is too low.
  • The radar sensor is covered.
  • You apply the parking brake.
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