2022 Chevrolet Spark — Owner's Manual – Page #155

Posted on 11 Aug, 2021
Model: 2022 Chevrolet Spark
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Chevrolet Spark Owner Manual (GMNA-Localizing-U.S./Canada-15540556) -
2022 - CRC - 4/19/21
154 Driving and Operating
Warning (Continued)
vehicle. AEB will not brake outside of its
operating speed range and only responds
to detected vehicles.
AEB may not:
Detect a vehicle ahead on winding or
hilly roads.
Detect all vehicles, especially vehicles
with a trailer, tractors, muddy
vehicles, etc.
Detect a vehicle when weather limits
visibility, such as in fog, rain, or snow.
Detect a vehicle ahead if it is partially
blocked by pedestrians or other
Complete attention is always required
while driving, and you should be ready to
take action and apply the brakes and/or
steer the vehicle to avoid crashes.
AEB may slow the vehicle to a stop to try to
avoid a potential crash.
A system unavailable message may
display if:
The front of the vehicle or windshield is
not clean.
Heavy rain or snow is interfering with
object detection.
There is a problem with the StabiliTrak/
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system.
The AEB system does not need service.
AEB may automatically brake the vehicle
suddenly in situations where it is
unexpected and undesired. It could
respond to a turning vehicle ahead,
guardrails, signs, and other non-moving
objects. To override AEB, firmly press the
accelerator pedal, if it is safe to do so.
AEB can be disabled through vehicle
personalization. See Collision/Detection
Systems under Vehicle Personalization 0 88.
Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
If equipped, LDW may help avoid crashes
due to unintentional lane departures. LDW
uses a camera sensor to detect the lane
markings at speeds of 56 km/h (35 mph) or
greater. It may provide an alert if the
vehicle is crossing a lane without using a
turn signal in that direction. LDW light will
not alert if the turn signal is active in the
direction of lane departure, or if LDW
detects that you are accelerating, braking or
actively steering.
The LDW system does not steer the
vehicle. The LDW system may not:
Provide enough time to avoid a crash.
Detect lane markings under poor
weather or visibility conditions. This
can occur if the windshield or
headlamps are blocked by dirt, snow,
or ice; if they are not in proper
condition; or if the sun shines directly
into the camera.
Detect road edges.
Detect lanes on winding or hilly roads.
If LDW only detects lane markings on one
side of the road, it will only warn you
when departing the lane on the side
where it has detected a lane marking.
Always keep your attention on the road
and maintain proper vehicle position
within the lane, or vehicle damage,
injury, or death could occur. Always keep

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