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Volvo S60 Inscription (2016 year). Manual - part 11

 

 

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Collision warning – troubleshooting

Fault tracing and actions
If the message 

Windscreen Sensors

blocked

 is displayed, this means that the

camera is obscured and cannot detect

pedestrians, cyclists, vehicles or road marker

lines in front of the vehicle.
This, in turn, means that Pedestrian and

Cyclist Detection with Full Auto Brake, Driver

Alert Control, Lane Departure Warning or

Lane Keeping Aid will not have full functional-

ity.
The table lists possible causes for this mes-

sage being displayed, and suitable actions.

Cause

Action

The surface of the windshield in front of the camera is dirty or covered

with ice or snow.

Clean or clear the section of the windshield in front of the camera.

Fog, heavy rain or snow is interfering with the function of the camera.

No action possible. Heavy precipitation may affect the function of the

camera.

The surface of the windshield is clean but the message remains in the

display.

Wait a short time. It may take several minutes for the camera to regis-

ter visibility.

The surface between the inside of the windshield and the camera is

dirty.

Contact an authorized Volvo retailer or service technician to have this

surface cleaned.

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Option/accessory, for more information, see Introduction.

185

Maintenance

Camera and radar sensor

5

.

In order to function properly, the camera and

radar sensor must be kept clean. Dirt, ice,

snow, etc., will reduce the function of these

components.
Remove ice and snow when necessary and

wash these areas regularly with a suitable car

washing liquid.

Related information

Collision warning – introduction (p. 175)

Collision warning* – function (p. 177)

Collision warning* – operation (p. 178)

Collision warning* – Pedestrian detection

(p. 180)

Collision warning* – Cyclist detection

(p. 179)

Collision warning* – limitations (p. 181)

The camera’s limitations (p. 183)

Collision warning – symbols and mes-

sages (p. 186)

5

The illustration is generic; details will vary, depending on the model

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Collision warning – symbols and

messages

The table lists possible causes for collision

warning-related messages being displayed,

and suitable actions.

A text message can be erased by pressing

briefly on the OK button on the turn signal

lever.

Symbol Message

Description

Collis'n warning

OFF

Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with Full Auto Brake is switched off. This message is displayed when the

engine is started and will disappear after approx. 5 seconds. It can also be erased by pressing the OK but-

ton.

Collision Warning

Unavailable

Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with Full Auto Brake cannot be activated. This message is displayed when

the driver attempts to activate the function. It will disappear after approx. 5 seconds or can be erased by

pressing the OK button.

Auto braking was

activated

Auto-braking has been active. This message can be erased by pressing the OK button.

Windscreen Sen-

sors blocked

The camera is temporarily not functioning. This message is displayed if the camera is obstructed by snow,

ice, dirt, etc., on the windshield. Clean the area of the windshield in front of the camera, see The camera’s

limitations (p. 183) for more information on the camera’s limitations.

Radar blocked See

manual

Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with Full Auto Brake is temporarily not functioning. The radar sensor is

blocked, for example by heavy rain or snow that has accumulated in front of the sensor, and cannot detect

other vehicles, see Adaptive Cruise Control – limitations (p. 159) for more information on the radar sensor’s

limitations.

Collision warn.

Service required

Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection with Full Auto Brake is partially or completely not functioning.
Contact a trained and qualified Volvo service technician if the message remains in the display.

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Driver Alert System

The Driver Alert System is designed to help a

driver who may be becoming fatigued or who

is inadvertently leaving the lane.

Introduction
The Driver Alert System consists of two differ-

ent functions that can be switched on

together or separately.

Driver Alert Control (DAC), see Driver

Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW), see

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

When one or both of the functions has been

switched on, it is in standby mode and is acti-

vated when the vehicle exceeds a speed of

40 mph (65 km/h).
The function deactivates if the vehicle's

speed goes under 37 mph (60 km/h).
Both functions use a camera that is depend-

ent on the road/lane being clearly marked by

painted lines on each side.

WARNING

The Driver Alert System does not function

in all situations and is designed to be a

supplementary aid. It is not, however,

intended to replace the driver’s attention

and judgement.

Driver Alert Control (DAC) –

introduction

DAC is intended to alert the driver if his/her

driving becomes erratic, such as if the driver

is distracted or fatigued.

DAC is designed to help detect a slowly

changing driving pattern. It is primarily

intended to be used on main roads and is not

meant for use in city traffic.

A camera monitors the painted lines marking

the lane in which the vehicle is traveling and

compares the direction of the road with the

driver’s movements of the steering wheel.

The driver is alerted if the vehicle does not

follow the lane smoothly.

NOTE

The camera has certain limitations, see

Adaptive Cruise Control – limitations

(p. 159).

WARNING

DAC is not intended to extend the

duration of driving. Always plan breaks

at regular intervals to help remain alert.

A warning from DAC should not be

ignored. A driver may not be aware of

how fatigued he/she has become.

In certain cases, fatigue may not affect

the driver’s behavior. In situations of

this type, no warning will be provided.

Therefore, it is important to take

breaks at regular intervals, regardless

of whether or not DAC has given a

warning.

Related information

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – function

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – operation

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – limitations

(p. 190)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – symbols and

messages (p. 191)

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Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – operation

Operating DAC
Settings are made using menu system and

the display in the center console. See My Car

– introduction (p. 66) for more information on

the menu system.

On/Off

To put Driver Alert in standby mode:

In the MY CAR menu, scroll to 

Car

settings

Driver support systems

Driver Alert

 and check the box. If the box

is not checked, the function is off.

Related information

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – function

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – limitations

(p. 190)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – symbols and

messages (p. 191)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – function

Function
Driver Alert is activated when the vehicle

exceeds a speed of 40 mph (65 km/h) and will

remain active as long as the speed is over

approx. 37 mph (60 km/h).

If the vehicle is being driven errati-

cally, the driver will be alerted by an

audible signal and the message

Driver Alert Time for a break

 is

displayed. The warning will be repeated after

a short time if the driving pattern remains the

same.
Press the OK button to erase a message.

WARNING

An alert should be taken seriously

since it is sometimes difficult for a

driver to realize that he/she is fatigued.

In the event of a warning or if the

driver feels fatigued, stop as soon as

possible in a safe place and rest.

Related information

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – operation

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – limitations

(p. 190)

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Driver Alert Control (DAC) – symbols and

messages (p. 191)

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) –

limitations

Limitations
In certain situations, DAC may provide warn-

ings even if the driver’s driving pattern has

not become erratic:

in strong crosswinds

on grooved road surfaces.

if the driver is testing the LDW function,

see Lane Departure Warning (LDW) –

introduction (p. 193)

Related information

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – function

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – operation

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – symbols and

messages (p. 191)

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

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Driver Alert Control (DAC) – symbols

and messages

Depending on the situation, DAC may display

certain symbols and text messages in the

instrument panel or center console screen.

Symbols and messages

Instrument panel

Symbol Message

Description

Driver Alert Time for a

break

The vehicle has been driven erratically. The driver receives an audible signal and a text message.

Windscreen Sensors

blocked

The camera is temporarily not functioning, due to snow, ice, or dirt on the windshield. Clean the area of

the windshield in front of the camera. See The camera’s limitations (p. 183) for information on the cam-

era’s limitations.

Driver Alert Sys Service

required

The system is not functioning. Contact a trained and qualified Volvo service technician if the message

remains in the display.

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Center console display

Symbol Message

Description

-

Driver Alert OFF

The function is not switched on.

-

Driver Alert

 

Available

The function is active.

-

Driver Alert Standby <65

km/h

The function has gone into standby mode because the vehicle's speed is below 40 mph (65 km/h).

-

Driver Alert Unavailable

The camera is temporarily not functioning, due to snow, ice, or dirt on the windshield. Clean the area

of the windshield in front of the camera. See The camera’s limitations (p. 183) for information on the

camera’s limitations.

Related information

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – introduction

(p. 188)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – function

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – operation

(p. 189)

Driver Alert Control (DAC) – limitations

(p. 190)

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

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Lane Departure Warning (LDW) –

introduction

The LDW function is designed to help reduce

the risk of accidents in situations where the

vehicle unintentionally leaves its lane and

there is a risk of driving off the road or into the

opposite lane.

Lane Departure Warning (LDW)

The illustration is generic

LDW uses the camera located at the center,

upper edge of the windshield to monitor the

road's/lane’s side marker lines. If the vehicle

crosses a side marker line or the road’s cen-

ter dividing line, the driver will be alerted by

an audible signal.

WARNING

This feature is only intended to assist the

driver and does not function in all driving,

weather, traffic or road conditions.
As the driver, you have full responsibility

for operating the vehicle in a safe manner.

Related information

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – symbols

and messages (p. 196)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – opera-

tion (p. 193)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) - limita-

tions (p. 195)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) –

operation

Operation and function

LDW can be switched on or off by pressing

the button on the center console. A light in

the button illuminates when the function is

on. This is supplemented by graphic displays

in the instrument panel, for example:

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LDW displayed in the instrument panel

The LDW symbol has white side marker

lines: – the function is active and "sees"

one or both of the road's side marker

lines.

The LDW symbol has gray side marker

lines: – the function is active but cannot

"see" one or both of the road's side

marker lines.

or

The LDW symbol has gray side marker

lines: – the function is in standby mode

because the vehicle's speed is below

40 mph (65 km/h).

The LDW symbol has no side marker

lines: – the function is deactivated.

WARNING

The driver will only be warned once for

each time the wheels cross a marker line.

No alarm will be given if a marker line is

between the wheels.

Settings
Settings for Lane Departure Warning can be

made in the menu system by pressing My
Car
. Go to 

Settings

Car settings

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Lane Departure

Warning

.

There are two alternatives:

On at start-up

: This selection switches

LDW on each time the engine is started.

Otherwise, the system will be in the mode

that it was in when the engine was

switched off.

Increased sensitivity

: This selection

increases the function’s sensitivity. Warn-

ings will be given at an earlier stage and

fewer limitations apply. When this setting

is being used, the system only needs to

monitor lane marker lines on one side of

the vehicle to change status to 

Lane

Depart Warn Available

.

Related information

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – symbols

and messages (p. 196)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) - limita-

tions (p. 195)

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Lane Departure Warning (LDW) -

limitations

Limitations
The camera used by LDW has the same limi-

tations as the human eye. See The camera’s

limitations (p. 183) for more information about

the camera's limitations.

NOTE

No warning signal will be given in the cer-

tain situations, such as:

If the turn signal is being used

The driver’s foot is on the brake pedal

6

The accelerator pedal is pressed
quickly

6

If the steering wheel is moved quickly

6

In sharp turns that cause the vehicle’s

body to sway

Related information

Driver Alert System (p. 188)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – symbols

and messages (p. 196)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – opera-

tion (p. 193)

Lane Departure Warning (LDW) – intro-

duction (p. 193)

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When Increased sensitivity has been selected, a warning will be issued if a side marker line is crossed in this situation.

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Lane Departure Warning (LDW) –

symbols and messages

Symbols and messages
A text message can be erased by pressing

briefly on the OK button on the turn signal

lever.

Symbol Message

Description

Lane departure warning ON

/

Lane departure warning OFF

The function is switched on or off. The text disappears after 5 seconds.

-

Lane Depart Warn Available

The function is monitoring the road’s marker lines.

-

Lane Depart. Warning

Unavailable at this speed

The function has gone into standby mode because the vehicle's speed is below 40 mph

(65 km/h).

-

Lane Depart Warn Unavaila-

ble

The road lacks clear marker lines or the camera is not functioning properly. See The camera’s

limitations (p. 183) for information on the camera’s limitations.

Windscreen Sensors blocked

The camera is temporarily not functioning, due to snow, ice, or dirt on the windshield. Clean the

area of the windshield in front of the camera. See The camera’s limitations (p. 183) for information

on the camera’s limitations.

Driver Alert Sys Service

required

The system is not functioning. Contact a trained and qualified Volvo service technician if the mes-

sage remains in the display.

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Park assist – introduction

The park assist system is designed to assist

you when driving into parking spaces,

garages, etc. An audible signal and symbols

in the audio system’s display indicate the dis-

tance to the object.

The park assist system utilizes ultrasound

sensors in the front bumper and rear

bumper(s) to measure the distance to a vehi-

cle or an object that may be close to the front

or rear of your vehicle.

NOTE

A trailer hitch whose wiring is integrated

with the vehicle's electrical system will be

included in the measurement of the availa-

ble space behind the vehicle.

WARNING

Park Assist is an information system, NOT

a safety system. This system is designed

to be a supplementary aid when parking

the vehicle. It is not, however, intended to

replace the driver's attention and judge-

ment.

Related information

Park assist – limitations (p. 200)

Park assist – function (p. 198)

Park assist – operation (p. 200)

Park assist – troubleshooting (p. 201)

Rear Park Assist Camera (PAC) – function

(p. 202)

Park assist – function

Signals from the park assist system

View in the display (warning for objects front left/

right rear)

Visual indicator

The audio system’s display gives an overview

of the vehicle’s position in relation to a

detected object.
The marked sectors in the display indicate

that one or more of the sensors has detected

an object. The closer the car symbol comes

to a sector, the closer the vehicle is to the

object.
If the infotainment system is switched off, the

park assist system will not be able to provide

a visual indicator. An audible signal will still

be provided.

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Audible signal

The Park Assist system uses an intermittent

tone that pulses faster as you come close to

an object, and becomes constant when you

are within approximately 1 ft (30 cm) of an

object in front of or behind the vehicle. If

there are objects within this distance both

behind and in front of the vehicle, the tone

alternates between front and rear speakers.

NOTE

The level of the audible signal can be low-

ered/raised with the infotainment volume

control. The level can also be set in the MY

CAR menu system. See My Car – introduc-

tion (p. 66) for a description of the menu

system.

If the volume of another source from the

audio system is high, this will be automati-

cally lowered.

Rear park assist

The distance monitored behind the vehicle is

approximately 5 ft (1.5 m). The audible signal

comes from the rear speakers.
The system must be deactivated when towing

a trailer, carrying bicycles in a rear-mounted

carrier, etc, which could trigger the rear park

assist system's sensors.

NOTE

Rear park assist is deactivated auto-

matically when towing a trailer if Volvo

genuine trailer wiring is used. If a non-

Volvo trailer hitch is being used, it may

be necessary to switch off the system

manually, see Park assist – operation

(p. 200).

The system will not detect high

objects, such as a loading dock, etc.

Objects such as chains, thin shiny

poles or low objects may temporarily

not be detected by the system. This

may result in the pulsing tone unex-

pectedly stopping instead of changing

to a constant tone as the vehicle

approaches the object. In such cases,

use caution when backing up or stop

the vehicle to help avoid damage.

Front park assist

The distance monitored in front of the vehicle

is approximately 2.5 ft (0.8 m). The audible

signal comes from the audio system's front

speakers.
It may not be possible to combine auxiliary

headlights and front park assist since these

lights could trigger the system's sensors.

NOTE

Front park assist is deactivated when the

parking brake is applied and or when the

gear selector is in the P position.

Related information

Park assist – introduction (p. 198)

Park assist – limitations (p. 200)

Park assist – operation (p. 200)

Park assist – troubleshooting (p. 201)

Rear Park Assist Camera (PAC) – function

(p. 202)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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