Front parking assistance

Front parking assistance

Op. No.: 36687 36630

"Front parking assistance" is an excellent system that warns of obstructions when you have limited space in front of the car, for example when parallel parking.

The system is activated when the speed falls below 15 km/h. A signal indicates the distance to the object in front of the car. When an object is indicated, the radio's/stereo's sound level is muted and a pulsating "buzzer tone" comes from the car's front speakers. The tone starts to sound when approx. 80 cm remains to an obstacle and becomes a constant tone when the obstacle is approx. 30 cm from the front bumper. The remaining distance is also displayed on the multimedia display in the centre console.

In order to differentiate between the front and rear systems, different tone frequencies are used and the sound comes from different speakers, front or rear.

The kit consists of wiring and four sensors mounted in the front. Parking assistance can be disabled in traffic jams or the like by pressing the button in the centre console.

This system can produce "false" signals as a reaction to external sound sources with the same frequency as the system's sensors. Typical sources are the horn, wet tires on asphalt, air brakes and motorcycle exhaust pipes.

Part. No.
31373092
+ Control module
Part. No.
31423950
+ Lower air grille with cradle
Part. No.Description
31323859Air grille
31399382Cradle
+ Cover - for cars with standard front
Part. No.Description
31323848Cover left
31323849Cover right
+ Cover - for cars with Decor trim, chrome
Part. No.Description
31323852Cover left
31323853Cover right
+ Double-sided adhesive tape
Part. No.
31299109
+ Application1
Part. No.
31266964

Facts and advantages

  • Makes you aware of obstacles when parallel parking for example.

Technical data

Accessory weight:

1.3 kg (2.9 lbs)

Photo:

VCC_21020

Note!

"Front parking assistance" can only be used in combination with "Rear parking assistance".

  1. Ordered according to separate procedures and downloaded using VIDA.
Last updated: 4/24/2019