Thanks for you quick reply.
Yes I have the option active in the menu and I understand if you switch it off in the menus it is reset back on the next time the ignition is switched on.
Just to test he AEB I have tried driving up close to the car in front (much closer than I would normally get) probably only about 2-3 car lengths and still no warning.
I think I will email Renault technical for advice.
I have a question about this system. Twice I have seen the red alert symbol with beeping sound for collision. But in the past I have very often orange symbol warning light lights up on the instrument panel, with the message “Active braking disconnected”. I clear the message with OK button, and after several kilometres warning light turns off. The stopping and switching off of the engine also turns off the warning orange light on the instrument panel. I am wondering is there some issue with the system, or it is so sensitive and can be disturbed very easy. In the manual is written:
"Some conditions can disturb or damage the operation of the system, such as:
– a complex environment (metal bridge, etc.);
– poor weather conditions (snow, hail, black ice, etc.)."
So does anybody have some similar disturbance of that system?
I have same situation every time it snows... also on my Suzuki, to comfort you... and in heavy rain blind spot detection lits all the time due to water from road on sensors... and in heavy direct sun on windscreen Suzuki complains that camera and laser sensors are dirty..
2016 White 1.6 dCi 4WD BOSE with Premium Techno Pack, Winter Pack, Panoramic glass roof & autodipp mirror and retractable towbar.
R-Link2 V1 upgraded to 188.8.131.521, Boot version 4992, enabled Android Auto
Maps: Here 2018.3
I have considerable experience with these camera reliant systems. They use similar technology with active lane assist etc, constantly glitchy, road dirt can cause issues, they do work more than they dont