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Manual says


The EyeSight system is
starting up.
• The system has
determined that the
vehicle is extremely
inclined.
• The pre-collision
secondary braking has
operated 3 times after the
engine was started.
• The engine has stopped.
• The electronic power
steering system is in the
overheating prevention
status because the
steering wheel has been
operated while the vehicle
is at a standstill or driving
at an extremely slow
speed.
• The EyeSight system
judged a different value
due to the removal or
installation of the steering
wheel.
• The wheels are out of
balance.
• The wheels are out of
alignment.

Attached the picture. This is how it looks when I start my car.
 

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O got my 2018 2.5 in January. One morning, I went out and the car has significant frost and ice remnants on the windshield , particularrly at the top in front of the cameras. Once it cleared, the system returned. Then the other day, after the car has sat in the driveway for several days, and no rain in the area, there was some dirt and grunge on the windshield in front of the camera right at the top. Sprayers did not get cleaner to the top of the area so wipers had a bit of trouble clearing it off. Eyesight disabled again. When the windshield finally got cleared, it returned.
Cameras have to see for it to work.
 

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O got my 2018 2.5 in January. One morning, I went out and the car has significant frost and ice remnants on the windshield , particularrly at the top in front of the cameras. Once it cleared, the system returned. Then the other day, after the car has sat in the driveway for several days, and no rain in the area, there was some dirt and grunge on the windshield in front of the camera right at the top. Sprayers did not get cleaner to the top of the area so wipers had a bit of trouble clearing it off. Eyesight disabled again. When the windshield finally got cleared, it returned.
Cameras have to see for it to work.
I will double check if any dust marks on my windshield causing this problem. Thank you for sharing.
 

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Yep. Bring it in. That's not normal. Mine will disable in a hard downpour or with condensation on the glass. I don't remember getting the "Check Manual" message. Anyway, the times mine disabled, clearly (ha ha) the cameras couldn't see out the windshield.
 

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Maybe there is a spider in one of the eyesight cameras.



I stole that from an old thread here on this sight. I even found it with the usually pathetic search function.

 

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Maybe there is a spider in one of the eyesight cameras.



I stole that from an old thread here on this sight. I even found it with the usually pathetic search function.

sort of what I was getting at with the cameras being unblocked... if you have kids, maybe something got stuffed up in there, etc.
 

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Everything clear. It's just a 1.5 month old car. I don't know what is creating this problem. I am not using any transponders near to cameras.
Is any transponder mounted on the windshield anywhere? The manual shows a gigantic area on the windshield that should be totally clear. It looks to be about 80% of the windshield. To be safe, I would not put anything on the windshield.
 

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Is any transponder mounted on the windshield anywhere? The manual shows a gigantic area on the windshield that should be totally clear. It looks to be about 80% of the windshield. To be safe, I would not put anything on the windshield.
No transponder on the windshield. I have double checked the cameras nothing blocking them. Start up message shows eyesight disabled. But, when I use the cruise it works.
 
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