Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are electronic systems in vehicles that use advanced technologies to assist the driver.
What is ADAS Calibration?
Some advanced vehicles with ‘lane departure’ or ‘lane-keep assist will have a camera on their front and rear windshields. This camera needs to be calibrated to realign the accuracy of the windscreen with the lanes on the road. This re-alignment is called ADAS Calibration.
Why does your windscreen need calibration?
An uncalibrated windshield may result in fatal injuries at the worst. When a sensor on the windscreen is not calibrated correctly, it can be even more dangerous. A failure to calibrate a sensor when necessary can result in erroneous information that will cause ADAS to operate improperly, resulting in a possible crash.
Results of Erroneous calibration
An uncalibrated windshield might show the following error messages.
- A warning light
- Error message on the instrument panel
- A diagnostic trouble code
- Steering wheel vibration
- Vehicle steering pull
- Increased effort while steering
Obstacles like these can prompt a driver to lose trust in a car’s capacity to provide safe transportation.
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