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Lane departure warning

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by ebmcs03, Jul 7, 2018.

  1. ebmcs03

    ebmcs03 Active Member

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    I have it enabled but it doesn’t seem to work. Anyone else’s lane departure warning not work?
     
  2. Zaxxon

    Zaxxon Supporting Member

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    Mine works. Wheel vibrates. What are you expecting/experiencing?
     
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    ebmcs03 Active Member

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    No visual warnings?
    I don’t think I feel any wheel vibrations either. I will have to try again. Is there a speed limit? Like works above 28 mph?
     
  4. Zaxxon

    Zaxxon Supporting Member

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    36-90 mph.

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    Thanks. I should have RTFM. Oops. Although I don’t think i notice the steering wheel vibrations. Maybe I’ve been testing it at too slow speeds.
     
  6. Zaxxon

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    Make sure it's actually enabled in your settings, too.
     
  7. Twiglett

    Twiglett Single pedal driver

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    Was going to say. What were you expecting if you hadn’t read anything about it first ;)

    I much prefer the wheel vibration to the stupid ringing alarms that go off in some cars. My wife’s Honda does that, really obnoxious chimes that go off when the car thinks you leaving your lane - horrible.
     
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    Was experiencing nothing. It is turned on.

    I feel the vibration I think it was because of me trying under 36 mph
     
  9. miimura

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    The LDW steering wheel vibration is rather subtle. In fact, I thought it was a power steering servo feedback problem until I noticed the correlation with lane changes without signaling.
     

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