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      12-26-2013, 01:17 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by glennQNYC View Post
Can anyone with "Active Cruise Control with Stop&Go" describe what happens when the front sensor is obstructed? Does the system scale back to conventional cruise control, or do you lose any/all cruise control until the sensor is cleared?
What do you mean by obstructed? You are going to cover the sensor housing with something or you mean there is some small wall in the way?!?

Stop and go ACC on most vehicles uses a combination of forward facing radars and a forward facing camera, i.e. a sensor fusion algorithm. The radars don't work well once the vehicle comes to a stop (or at low speed) and is where the camera works best. The camera is usually mounted in the rear-view mirror housing. I think it's also used for the auto-high beam.
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