2023 Cadillac CT5 — Owner's Manual – Page #350

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Cadillac CT5 Owner Manual (GMNA-Localizing-U.S./Canada-16500419) -
2023 - CRC - 5/10/22
Driving and Operating 349
Information Center (DIC). See
Driver Information Center
(DIC) (Base Level) 0 136 or
Driver Information Center
(DIC) (Uplevel) 0 139. The
minimum following time is
0.5 seconds away. If there is
no vehicle detected ahead,
or the vehicle ahead is out of
sensor range, dashes will be
Unnecessary Alerts
FCA may provide unnecessary
alerts for turning vehicles,
vehicles in other lanes, objects
that are not vehicles,
or shadows. These alerts are
normal operation and the
vehicle does not need service.
Cleaning the System
If the FCA system does not
seem to operate properly, this
may correct the issue:
Clean the outside of the
windshield in front of the
rearview mirror.
Clean the entire front of the
Clean the headlamps.
Automatic Emergency
Braking (AEB)
If equipped, the AEB system
may help avoid or reduce the
harm caused by front-end
crashes. AEB also includes
Intelligent Brake Assist (IBA).
When the system detects a
vehicle in the path ahead that
is traveling in the same
direction, and that you may
crash into, it can provide a
boost to braking,
or automatically brake the
vehicle. This can help avoid or
lessen the severity of crashes
when driving in a forward gear.
Depending on the situation,
the vehicle may automatically
brake moderately or hard. This
Automatic Emergency Braking
can only occur if a vehicle is
detected. Vehicle detection is
shown by the Forward
Collision Alert (FCA) vehicle
ahead indicator being lit. See
Forward Collision Alert (FCA)
System 0 346.
The system works when
driving in a forward gear
between 8 km/h (5 mph) and
80 km/h (50 mph), or on
vehicles with Adaptive Cruise
Control (ACC), above 4 km/h
(2 mph). It can detect vehicles
up to approximately 60 m
(197 ft).
AEB is an emergency crash
preparation feature and is
not designed to avoid
crashes. Do not rely on AEB
to brake the vehicle. AEB will
not brake outside of its
operating speed range and
only responds to detected
AEB may not:
Detect a vehicle ahead on
winding or hilly roads.
Detect all vehicles,
especially vehicles with a
trailer, tractors, muddy
vehicles, etc.

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