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Hi Tom, you can't use it down to '0' as it turns off at about 25MPH, unless you get someone to edit the cars CCF (car configuration file) via SDD on the X250.
 

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Ah, am on my mobile which hid that bit of info from me..
 

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Yes, with Queue Assist the ACC will bring the car to a halt automatically when the lead car stops, then to move off a gentle tap of the throttle will make the car follow the vehicle in front.
 

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is it working now?

I have one question on the ACC function. Can it be used in traffic jam? Does the car brake to 0 km/h and starts moving when the front car moves?
Is it worth doing all the retrofit incl. change the ABS unit?
it works in traffic jam but you can activate acc above around 20km/h. once activated will work till car is moving - even 1km/h - and it's really try to not stop the car. if you're in the jam that require full stop whole the time it's not too much comfortable, at least i'm not finding it as such. you have totuch the gas to run the car once the fron one will start driving. so on highway jams it's nice future, but not city onces i would say.
 

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I've been approached by a company to do this on my R-S at cost. :unsure:
 

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I've been approached by a company to do this on my R-S at cost. :unsure:
As I said Chris:
Hi Tom, you can't use it down to '0' as it turns off at about 25MPH, unless you get someone to edit the cars CCF (car configuration file) via SDD on the X250.
It took Onotole about 3.5 seconds to do on mine, BUT.. you need ACC in the first place for it to work.. How would they make ACC work on your XFR-S?

And tbh, you also need sphericals of steel to trust it, it's very 'flaky' on the X250, meaning that that you very often have your foot hovering over the brake pedal because the distances it keeps aren't consistent, therefore not 'comfortable'...

Just my experience, others may feel different about it on the X250...
 

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As I said Chris:

It took Onotole about 3.5 seconds to do on mine, BUT.. you need ACC in the first place for it to work.. How would they make ACC work on your XFR-S?

And tbh, you also need sphericals of steel to trust it, it's very 'flaky' on the X250, meaning that that you very often have your foot hovering over the brake pedal because the distances it keeps aren't consistent, therefore not 'comfortable'...

Just my experience, others may feel different about it on the X250...
At cost meaning the cost of the modules and the new steering wheel button. They never had it as an option on the R-S, but it would just need the radar module as the wiring is there.
 

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Little update guys, Onotole working round the clock trying to fix mine

When the B abs module is installed, car flashes up multiple errors. Those include yellow ABS fault, stability control fault, ASPC unavailable, forward alert unavailable and a few others. The codes in the DTC are a U3000-55 in the ABS module, and IPMA has a U0001-81 fault. Abs module correctly flashed. CCM correctly flashed. Just a bit confused as to what can cause this now.

Anyone with suggestions welcome :)
 

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Are there any news?
Did you (or Onotole) fix the fault?
I am still collecting my party for the ACC retrofit and want to start in the next few month.
Did you install a new wire to the ACC sensor or did you just use the preinstalled connector?
 

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Are there any news?
Did you (or Onotole) fix the fault?
I am still collecting my party for the ACC retrofit and want to start in the next few month.
Did you install a new wire to the ACC sensor or did you just use the preinstalled connector?
The connector for the ACC module is preinstaled, but the 12V wire is not connected on some early 2016 cars. You can check it by switching the ignition and measuring the voltage on the connector pins. There should be 12V on two pins (on one side of the connector).
 

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thanks PGG.
I have 5 cables in my preinstalled connector so it is with B+ and ignition.

I have 2 more questions to the installation:
ACC Radar:
Do I need to calibrate it? The radar is installed with ballhead screw on brackets which are adjustable. I would try to install the radar as horizontale as possible. But is any software for adjusting needed?

Steeringwheel switch:
How can i install the switch? Do i need to remove the airbag or can i just remove the (chrom) sourounding of the steering wheel?

Can anyone help?
 

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The airbag has to be removed to access the steering wheel switches.
 
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