AEB is only an aid. AEB does not adjust itself to driving conditions or weather. The driver is always responsible for driving the vehicle in a safe way.
Manipulating the vehicle’s speed signal may cause the AEB to malfunction or be activated incorrectly.
The forward-looking camera must be calibrated after the windscreen has been replaced.
Activation and availability
AEB is activated automatically when the voltage is switched on. The lamp in the switch lights up green.
AEB can be deactivated by using the switch. The lamp in the switch lights up yellow. The switch is spring-loaded and the same switch resets AEB.
AEB is available when:
- The vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h
AEB can be limited or deactivated when:
- The distance sensor is blocked or defective
- The camera is blocked or defective
- There is fault in the vehicle’s or trailer’s brake system
- The vehicle’s air suspension is set far out of the normal
- The vehicle is driven in darkness
Switch for AEB, advanced emergency braking
AEB is only an aid and may in certain traffic conditions have trouble identifying vehicles or locating them correctly. AEB can miss a collision risk or be activated without any risk of collision being present.