Something to Watch for When Repairing Blind Spot Sensors

Something to Watch for When Repairing Blind Spot Sensors

ABRN published a Damage Analysis for ADAS and Driver Convenience Systems article authored by John Anello, of Auto Tech on Wheels. Let’s take a look at this article.

The blind spot indicators on many vehicles today are self-calibrating, but attention to detail still remains a necessity when dealing with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Recently a shop was having issues with blind spot sensors not functioning properly despite this self-calibration feature. The sensors can be fit into their mounting locations is multiple positions which can result in the blind spot sensors being put on backwards. For further explanation, the full story can be read on the ABRN website.

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