Cayenne (92A) V6-3.6L (2011)
Collision Avoidance Module: Technical Service Bulletins
Collision Avoidance - Calibrating Lane Change Assist
21/10 ENU 6350
Jun 11, 2011
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Calibrating Lane Change Assist After Rear Body Work (21/10)
as of 2011
Cayenne/Cayenne S/Cayenne Hybrid/Cayenne Turbo
Lane Change Assist (I-no. 7Y1) (referred to below as "LCA")
Calibrating Lane Change Assist.
- Removing or moving the rear bumper/rear apron.
- Body repairs to the rear of the vehicle.
- Changing the installation position of one or both LCA control units.
- Replacing the LCA control units.
Vehicles equipped with "Lane Change Assist" assist the driver when changing lane while travelling at a speed of between 18 to 155 mph (30 to
When LCA is activated, it monitors the area at the side behind the vehicle as well as the blind spot. It informs the driver by means of a signal in the
exterior mirror if the system has detected another vehicle in the adjacent lane.
Please note that both LCA control units must always be calibrated after carrying out the tasks listed under "Information", see --> 9170K2 Calibrating
control unit for Lane Change Assist (LCA).
92AAG1, 92AAG7, 92AAH1, 92AA11, 92AAM1
Model year as of 2011