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No audible Lane departure warning

Looking over the 2017 Brouchure it mentions Audible Warning (I forget the exact wording). But it caught my eye.

I have never heard a warning. Is it supposed too beep?

I can feel it correct, I can see it on the dash. But no beep.

Does yours beep?

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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

I think you have to set it to beep in the uconnect settings menu
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

NOTE:
When operating conditions have been met,
the LaneSense system will monitor if the
driverís hands are on the steering wheel and
provides an audible warning to the driver
when the driverís hands are not detected on
the steering wheel. The system will cancel if
the driver does not return their hands to the
wheel.


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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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I think you have to set it to beep in the uconnect settings menu
There is no setting for it.
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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NOTE:
When operating conditions have been met,
the LaneSense system will monitor if the
driverís hands are on the steering wheel and
provides an audible warning to the driver
when the driverís hands are not detected on
the steering wheel. The system will cancel if
the driver does not return their hands to the
wheel.


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It corrects or cancels before I ever get an audible warning.
Tried a dozen times.
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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It corrects or cancels before I ever get an audible warning.
Tried a dozen times.

You have to read all the words, not just the ones in red.

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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

I get the audible warning (constant tone) on my KL after it has corrected three times with my hands off the wheel. I assume the WK2 is the same.
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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I get the audible warning (constant tone) on my KL after it has corrected three times with my hands off the wheel. I assume the WK2 is the same.
It cancels way before it ever gets to 3 corrections. Lucky if I can get 2 corrections before it cancels.

If I LET GO OF THE WHEEL (for those that think I can't read). And let it drift to the right it will steer to the left and most of the time plow right through the left and cancel. On the rare occasion it doesn't plow through on the left it will always plow through going back to the right. Each correction overreacts enough that it comes in at a steeper angle than the previous.

Maybe the KL is more nimble and doesn't cancel so easily.

Quite often it will cancel even on the first assist.

I've tried it with multiple settings.

It might make it to 3 corrections if the lanes were narrower.
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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You have to read all the words, not just the ones in red.

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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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It cancels way before it ever gets to 3 corrections. Lucky if I can get 2 corrections before it cancels.

If I LET GO OF THE WHEEL (for those that think I can't read). And let it drift to the right it will steer to the left and most of the time plow right through the left and cancel. On the rare occasion it doesn't plow through on the left it will always plow through going back to the right. Each correction overreacts enough that it comes in at a steeper angle than the previous.

Maybe the KL is more nimble and doesn't cancel so easily.

Quite often it will cancel even on the first assist.
I see what you're saying now (I think). So it's over-correcting and not keeping you centre lane? That doesn't sound right (assuming that the road lines are well defined on each side all the way, so that the radar picks them up).
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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I see what you're saying now (I think). So it's over-correcting and not keeping you centre lane? That doesn't sound right (assuming that the road lines are well defined on each side all the way, so that the radar picks them up).
It tells you when it sees the lines. Which it does no problem.

I believe it's the camera that looks for lines. Radar won't see painted lines.

Yeah it does not keep it centered in the lane. Not until it's far enough to the side does it start to correct. I think this is correct because you don't want it constantly nudging you.

So I'm asking has anyone got the audible alarm to sound on a 2017 WK2.
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Re: No audible Lane departure warning

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It tells you when it sees the lines. Which it does no problem.

I believe it's the camera that looks for lines. Radar won't see painted lines.

Yeah it does not keep it centered in the lane. Not until it's far enough to the side does it start to correct. I think this is correct because you don't want it constantly nudging you.

So I'm asking has anyone got the audible alarm to sound on a 2017 WK2.
You can change the settings in the uconnect for lane sense "warning" sensitivity, maybe set it to high instead of medium?
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