Hyundai Tucson Owners & Service Manuals

Hyundai Tucson: Lane Keeping Asiist {LKA} / Lane Keeping Assist Operation

Turning Lane Keeping Assist On/Off

With the ignition switch ON, press and hold the Lane Driving Assist button located on the steering wheel to turn on and off. The white or green indicator light illuminates on the instrument cluster when the function is on.

Press and hold the button again to turn off the function.

Information

  • When the engine is restarted, Lane Keeping Assist maintains its last setting.
  • When Lane Keeping Assist is turned off by pressing the Lane Driving Assist button, the Lane Safety setting is changed to Off.

Lane Departure Warning

If the vehicle detects it is departing from the projected lane ahead, the green indicator light and the lane line blink on the instrument cluster depending on which direction your vehicle is veering, and an audible warning sounds.

Lane Keeping Assist operates when your vehicle speed is about 40-120 mph (60-200 km/h).

Lane Keeping Assist

If your vehicle detects it is departing from the projected lane ahead, the green indicator light blinks on the instrument cluster, and the steering wheel makes adjustments to keep your vehicle inside its travel lane.

  • Lane Keeping Assist operates when your vehicle speed is about 40-120 mph (60-200 km/h).

Hands-off warning

If you take your hands off the steering wheel for several seconds, the "Place hands on steering wheel" warning message may appear on the instrument cluster, and an audible warning may sound in successive stages.

WARNING

Lane Keeping Assist may not operate in all situations and cannot avoid all collisions.

To prevent serious injury or death:

  • Always steer your vehicle. Lane Keeping Assist is not an autonomous driving system and does not steer your vehicle at all times.
  • Lane Keeping Assist may not steer if the steering wheel is held too tightly, or the steering wheel is turned too far left or right.
  • If the steering wheel is held very loosely, the hands–off warning message may appear because the Lane Keeping Assist may not recognize that you have your hands on the steering wheel.
  • The hands-off warning message may appear late or not at all depending on the road condition.
  • If you attach objects to the steering wheel, the hands-off warning may not work properly.

Information

  • The status of the Lane Keeping Assist operation appears in Driving Assist mode on the instrument cluster. Refer to the "View Modes" section in Chapter 4.
  • When lane markings (or road edges) are detected, the lane lines on the instrument cluster changes from gray to white. When Lane Keeping Assist is enabled, the green indicator light illuminates.

  • The images and colors in the instrument cluster may differ depending on the cluster type or theme selected from the settings menu.
  • You can steer your vehicle even when steering is assisted by Lane Keeping Assist.
  • It may require more or less force to turn the steering wheel when Lane Keeping Assist is providing steering assistance.
    Lane Keeping Assist Settings
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    Lane Keeping Assist Malfunction and Limitations
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