Nissan Murano: Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection (if so equipped) / AEB with Pedestrian Detection system limitations

Nissan Murano 2015-2023 Owners Manual / Starting and driving / Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) with Pedestrian Detection (if so equipped) / AEB with Pedestrian Detection system limitations

WARNING

Listed below are the system limitations for the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system. Failure to operate the vehicle in accordance with these system limitations could result in serious injury or death.

  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection system cannot detect all vehicles or pedestrians under all conditions.
  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection system does not detect the following objects:
    • Small pedestrians (including small children), animals and cyclists.
    • Pedestrians in wheelchairs or using mobile transport such as scooters, child-operated toys, or skateboards.
    • Pedestrianswhoare seated or otherwise not in a full upright standing or walking position.
    • Oncoming vehicles
    • Crossing vehicles
    • Obstacles on the roadside
  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection system has some performance limitations.
    • If a stationary vehicle is in the vehicle’s path, the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system will not function when the vehicle is driven at speeds over approximately 50 mph (80 km/h).
    • For pedestrian detection, the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system will not function when the vehicle is driven at speeds over approximately 37 mph (60 km/h) or below approximately 6 mph (10 km/h).
  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection system will not function for pedestrians in darkness or in tunnels, even if there is street lighting in the area.
  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection systemmaynot function if the vehicle ahead is narrow (for example, a motorcycle).
  • The AEB with Pedestrian Detection system may not function if the speed difference between the two vehicles is too small.
  • The radar sensor AEB with Pedestrian Detection system may not function properly or detect a vehicle ahead in the following conditions:
    • Poor visibility (conditions such as rain, snow, fog, dust storms, sandstorms, and road spray from other vehicles)
    • Driving on a steep downhill slope or roads with sharp curves.
    • Driving on a bumpy road surface, such as an uneven dirt road.
    • If dirt, ice, snow or other material is covering the radar sensor area.
    • Interference by other radar sources.
    • The camera area of the windshield is fogged up, or covered with dirt, water drops, ice, snow, etc.
    • Strong light (for example, sunlight or high beams from oncoming vehicles) enters the front camera. Strong light causes the area around the pedestrian to be cast in a shadow, making it difficult to see.
    • A sudden change in brightness occurs. (For example, when the vehicle enters or exits a tunnel or a shaded area or lightning flashes.)
    • The poor contrast of a person to the background, such as having clothing color or pattern which is similar to the background.
    • The pedestrian’s profile is partially obscured or unidentifiable due to the pedestrian transporting luggage, wearing bulky or very loosefitting clothing or accessories.
  • The system performance may degrade in the following conditions:
    • The vehicle is driven on a slippery road.
    • The vehicle is driven on a slope.
    • Excessively heavy baggage is loaded in the rear seat or the trunk room of your vehicle.
  • The system is designed to automatically check the sensor’s (radar and camera) functionality, within certain limitations. The system may not detect blockage of sensor areas covered by ice, snow or stickers, for example. In these cases, the system may not be able to warn the driver properly. Be sure that you check, clean and clear sensor areas regularly.
  • In some road and traffic conditions, the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system may unexpectedly apply partial braking.When acceleration is necessary, depress the accelerator pedal to override the system.
  • Excessive noise will interfere with the warning chime sound, and the chime may not be heard.

    Turning the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system on/off

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    System temporarily unavailable

    Condition A: In the following conditions, the AEB with Pedestrian Detection system warning light blinks and the system will be turned off automatically: The radar sensor picks up interference from another radar source...

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