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Old 08-17-2013, 10:42 AM
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Hey Studio, how's that video of adaptive cruise with stop coming along?
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

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It is Stop, Go in Unit produced around late July onwards.
But wasn't there a note posted by a member that Jeep's system would actually require an action from the driver to get the vehicle moving again after it stopped?

I just want to make sure..
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Old 08-17-2013, 11:03 AM
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But wasn't there a note posted by a member that Jeep's system would actually require an action from the driver to get the vehicle moving again after it stopped?

I just want to make sure..
No. I believe the vehicle will "stand" for up to 3 seconds and then go again. I am not sure on the specific time but it will ask you to apply brake at that point. After which you may press resume.

For safety reasons the stop needs to be short. You wouldn't want you attention to drift slightly then the vehicle starts to go.
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

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No. I believe the vehicle will "stand" for up to 3 seconds and then go again. I am not sure on the specific time but it will ask you to apply brake at that point. After which you may press resume.

For safety reasons the stop needs to be short. You wouldn't want you attention to drift slightly then the vehicle starts to go.
Ah, thanks!
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Ah, thanks!
I think if you hit resume within the 3 second mark it will give you longer.. We'll have to get studio1930 to check it out for us;-)
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Old 08-17-2013, 04:06 PM
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I think if you hit resume within the 3 second mark it will give you longer.. We'll have to get studio1930 to check it out for us;-)
Yes, he will be the resident expert for a little while on this!
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

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No. I believe the vehicle will "stand" for up to 3 seconds and then go again. I am not sure on the specific time but it will ask you to apply brake at that point. After which you may press resume.

For safety reasons the stop needs to be short. You wouldn't want you attention to drift slightly then the vehicle starts to go.
So, you can press resume from a stand still once you take your foot off the brake like when leaving a toll booth? Or after a red light. Or does this only apply after it has stopped itself?

Edit: Also, is this in any manual online yet?

One more thing if you don't press the brake after it stops when it tells you to, what happens?
Does it automatically slam into the car in front, or go into park, or simply not startup again and waits for you to apply the brakes? The third thing would make the most sense. This would mean it doesn't really require any action until the traffic starts again. Now, what happens if you open the car door once it has stopped, what then? I will immediately try all these things on the way home after delivery. I did have adaptive cruise control before on a car so I have some idea what to expect and what the pitfalls are.
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Edit: Also, is this in any manual online yet?
Nope, checked last night. Online manual has not been updated yet.
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:37 PM
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

I finely got to take the truck for a nice long drive today. Everything worked flawlessly, so far Very happy. Now I can confirm that ACC will in fact bring the truck to a full stop. once the AAC stops you you get a message in the EVIC that says prepare to brake, AAC MAY disengage. MAY is the key word here because within 3 Mississippi's she will take off with no driver input. I will have to try hitting resume to see if this increases the time before disengage. When it did disengage because it timed out a tap of the resume button was all it took to reengage and take off. The more I think about it the more I think tring to increase the stop time is pointless, just wait till traffic begins to move and press resume.
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I only have preliminary information about the operation of the system. As the info changes a lot I would prefer to verify with someone who has one or wait for the manual update (however of course that may not be totally correct itself!)
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I finely got to take the truck for a nice long drive today. Everything worked flawlessly, so far Very happy. Now I can confirm that ACC will in fact bring the truck to a full stop. once the AAC stops you you get a message in the EVIC that says prepare to brake, AAC MAY disengage. MAY is the key word here because within 3 Mississippi's she will take off with no driver input. I will have to try hitting resume to see if this increases the time before disengage. When it did disengage because it timed out a tap of the resume button was all it took to reengage and take off.
Well this is good, at least what I have been told so far is correct.

Thank you for the update!
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Re: Adaptive Cruise Control Stop-go

No problem, yes you were spot on!
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