Yes, and try:"Advanced Search" (keywords in the Title only) is a great help in finding topics that have been discussed before. There's a long thread here that will probably answer your questions -- http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/104-gen-4-2010-present/46784-eyesight-reviews.html
Sometimes there is a long crack in the road that is sealed with tar and the EyeSight System mistakes this for the same thing as a white solid line. When this occurs and the beeping sounds and you're in the center of the lane, look for something that imitates a solid line (giving a false signal).On two occasions, it beeped at me while I was still in the lane. Not too sure what caused the false alarm...
Read the friggin manual and turn it off.When using cruise control, the system beeps when it loses or regains a target. Why?
The bottom line is, you were driving on the center line and it beeped. It doesn't give flip if you are avoiding a car, bicyclist, pothole or if you are dozing off. It is a dumb electronic gizmo, not a mind reader...The system has a panic attack if I move toward the center line to get around a car parked too far out, a bicyclist, a pothole
If you activate the blinker, it temporally disables the lane departure alarm.All of the beeping drives me NUTS! I LOVE the system for what it does, but I HATE all the **** beeping. When using cruise control, the system beeps when it loses or regains a target. Why? The system has a panic attack if I move toward the center line to get around a car parked too far out, a bicyclist, a pothole, and even sometimes the tar snakes are mistaken for the centerline. Can this be changed to one beep versus the current BEEP! BEEP! BEEP! Can the cruise control beeping be shut off?
That might kinda piss off the passenger-navigator, dontchathink?I also think smartphones should have a GPS based "turn off"
when the phone is moving faster than a walk ...
Again, you can turn off friggin beeping for some warnings by following the steps in tha attached friggin manual.You can turn off the Lead Vehicle Acquisition Alert, Lead Vehicle Start Alert and change the beeping volume from Mid (default) to Low. Don't waste your time asking your dealer if they can reduce the number of beeps. They can't. Write to SOA or the Drive magazine instead to let them know how much you hate it.I READ the friggin manual. Reread the original post - I LIKE what the friggin system does; I don't like the friggin beeping.
:19:Hey Cyberpirate - thanks for the friggin attachment. I owe you an apology, as I didn't read ALL of the friggin owner's manuals. Tho I couldn't find it in the BIG friggin owner's manual, I did find a friggin Eyesight Owner's Quick Start Manual, which I DIDN'T read, and the customizing functions info is all there. I also didn't read several of the other quick start manuals, as I figured that would all be covered in the Big friggin owner's manual. So - I'm off to read the rest of the friggin owner's manuals.
And Looby, you're right. I just see all of these single driver vehicles being driven erratically (or NOT being driven) by a driver playing with a cell phone.
I was told to never clean the lenses and that the service procedure is expensive.How are you eyesight owners dealing with windshield cleaning? My dealer said it was best to make a couple of tin foil covers to cover the cameras, apply windex (or whatever) to the towels OUTSIDE the car and then clean the shield. I know with a new car the shield gets very filmy very quickly, how about the camera lenses? Does the dealer need to clean them?