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Hello all, new to the forums. For the last week or so, I've had an issue where my lane keep assist / forward collision alerts and braking does not work. I've had the truck for 3 months, 7k miles on it. Got it washed and looking all nice, then 2 days later the lane keep assist stopped working. When I press the button on the center stack, the DIC reads "Lane Keep Assist System Unavailable". I noticed that the icon on the dash and the HUD are both missing now, acting like it has never been there. I've drove through rain since (thinking maybe it was too thick of a car wash wax), but still nothing. I haven't had time to take it in to the dealer since it has been the holidays. Has anyone else experienced this or have any ideas on how to get it back working? I drive between Missouri and Indiana a lot, so I have been missing this feature. Thanks for any help!
Not sure where to put this, but thought it was a valid topic for anyone having a windshield replaced and has ADAS on their vehicle (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems); HUD, Lane Keep Assist, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, etc. While searching for more info, as well as justification to spend the extra $$ for the infamous Windshield Calibration that many reference, I found these videos that offer a good incite. What is ADAS? Tech Talk: ADAS (2016) Video showing the tools needed for the various ADAS Calibrations Example video of calibration for Lane Keep Assist (2018 accord) ADAS Camera Calibration - Toyota
Just purchased our 2018 Yukon Xl with Lane Keep Assist. The lane keep assist will not turn the wheel until I am approx.. 18 inches over the lane. It will then move the steering wheel to get me back in. if I don’t touch the wheel it will go all the way over the opposite side lane approx. 18 inches and when the vehicle crosses the lane line on the opposite side it advises to take control of the vehicle and vibrates my seat on the side I’m over that line. I was informed by my GMC dealer this is normal and they took the vehicle for 2 20 mile test drives. I asked them to put in writing that 18 inches over the line is correct according to GM engineer that they had on the phone. Every ounce of my body is telling me this is not how it was designed. On a back rode in New England you are lucky if a pole or tree is off the road by 18 inches. Which means before Yukon even senses I’m over the line I would have hit something. I had a 2015 Yukon with Lane Departure Warning and the thing would go off if I was within 6 inches of the lane on either side. Someone Help!!!!