Hyundai Sonata: Blind Spot Detection System (BSD) / BSD (Blind Spot Detection) / LCA (Lane Change Assist)

Hyundai Sonata LF 2014-2019 Owners Manual / Driving your vehicle / Blind Spot Detection System (BSD) / BSD (Blind Spot Detection) / LCA (Lane Change Assist)

Operating conditions

To operate:

Press the BSD switch with the Engine Start/Stop button in the ON position. The indicator illuminates on the switch. If vehicle speed exceeds 20 mph (30km/h) the system will activate.

To cancel:

Press the BSD switch again. The indicator on the switch will go off.

When the system is not used, turn the system off by turning off the switch.

NOTICE

Warning type

The system will activate when:

1. The system is on.

2. Vehicle speed is above about 20 mph (30 km/h).

3. Other vehicles are detected in the rear side.

First stage alert

If a vehicle is detected within the boundary of the system, a warning light will illuminate on the outside rearview mirror.

If the detected vehicle is not in warning range, the warning will turn off according to driving conditions.

Second stage alert

The second stage alarm will activate when:

1.The first stage alert is on.
2.The turn signal light is on to change a lane.

When the second stage alert is activated, a warning light will blink on the outside rearview mirror and an alarm will sound.

If you turn off the turn signal light, the second stage alert will be deactivated.

Detecting radar

The radars are located inside of the rear bumper.

Always keep the rear bumper clean for the system to work properly.

Warning message

• This warning message may appear when :

- One or both of the sensors on the rear bumper is blocked by dirt or snow or a foreign object
- Driving in rural areas where the BSD sensor does not detect another vehicle for an extended period of time
- When there is inclement weather such as heavy snow or rain

If any of these conditions occur, the light on the BSD switch and the system will turn off automatically.

When the BSD cancelled warning message is displayed in the cluster, check to make sure that the rear bumper is free from any dirt or snow in the areas where the sensor is located. Remove any dirt, snow, or foreign material that could interfere with the radar sensors.

After any dirt or debris is removed, the BSD system should operate normally after about 10 minutes of driving the vehicle.

If the system still does not operate normally have your vehicle inspected by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

If the system does not work properly, a warning message will appear and the light on the switch will turn off. The system will turn off automatically. Have your vehicle checked by an authorized HYUNDAI dealer.

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