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(i) Driver Assistance features unavailable & DEER

Discussion in 'Model X' started by TroyOrPhyllis, Nov 9, 2018.

  1. TroyOrPhyllis

    TroyOrPhyllis Member

    Aug 27, 2018
    Poulsbo WA USA
    98089A5E-086A-4698-80C1-8E5AE845668D.jpeg Last week a deer jumped out in front of my X 100D and it got bounced off the hood but ran off, hope it’s OK. The hood, front parts, and the shape of the frunk are damaged and numerous plastic pieces broken. Some sensors just inside the front are hanging by their wires.

    Since then I get the “(i) Driver Assistance features unavailable” alert, and though line lines are displayed, NO other vehicles are displayed, cruise control won’t turn on, and auto-highbeam doesn’t know when to lower. The ultrasonic closeness warnings seem fine.

    I thought it might be because the front-pointing radar(s?) is hanging by a wire instead of being mounted properly.

    Which is/are the radar module, and where and what orientation should I duct tape it? Is there a diagram that shows the goodies in the front end?

    I’m awaiting an appointment for body work, but hope to get the car a little more normal in the mean time!

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