Hyundai Tucson Owners & Service Manuals

Hyundai Tucson: Blind-Spot Collision Warning (BCW) / Blind-Spot Collision Warning Settings

Blind-Spot Safety

With the ignition switch ON, go to User Settings > Driver Assistance > Blind- Spot Safety (for cluster type) or Setup > Vehicle > Driver Assistance > Blind-Spot Safety (for infotainment system type) from the Settings menu to select the following:

  • If Warning Only is selected, Blind- Spot Collision Warning only displays a warning message and sounds an audible warning depending on the collision risk level. The function does NOT brake your vehicle to help avoid a collision.
  • If Off is selected, Blind-Spot Collision Warning turns off.

If you change the setting from Off to Warning Only, the warning lights on the side view mirrors blink for three seconds.

In addition, if the engine is turned on when the function is set to Warning Only, the warning lights on the side view mirrors blink for three seconds.

When the engine is restarted with the function off, the "Blind-Spot Safety is Off" message may appear on the instrument cluster.

WARNING

If Off is selected, the function does NOT warn you to help avoid a collision.

Information

When the engine is restarted, Blind- Spot Collision Warning maintains its last setting.

Information

You can change the Warning Timing and Warning Volume settings or select Driving Safety Priority for Blind-Spot Collision Warning from the Settings menu. For more information, refer to the "Driver Assistance System Settings" section in this chapter.

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