Toyota Corolla Cross Owners & Service Manuals

Toyota Corolla Cross: Static Objects Front and Rear of the vehicle

If the sensors detect a static object, such as a wall, in the travelling direction of the vehicle and the system determines that a collision may occur due to the vehicle suddenly moving forward due to an accidental accelerator pedal operation, the vehicle moving the unintended direction due to the wrong shift position, or while parking or traveling at low speeds, the system will operate to lessen the impact with the detected static object and reduce the resulting damage.

The system operates in the following situations when a static object is detected in the traveling direction of the vehicle.

■ When traveling at a low speed and the brake pedal is not depressed, or is depressed late

Using the driving support systems

■ When the accelerator pedal is depressed excessively

Using the driving support systems

■ When the vehicle moves in the unintended direction due to the wrong shift lever position

Using the driving support systems

■The system will operate when

The function will operate when the driving assist information indicator is not illuminated or flashing and all of the following conditions are met:

  • Engine output restriction control
    • PKSB (Parking Support Brake) system is enabled.
    • The vehicle speed is approximately 9 mph (15 km/h) or less.
    • There is a static object in the traveling direction of the vehicle and approximately 6 to 13 ft. (2 to 4 m) away.
    • The PKSB (Parking Support Brake) determines that a stronger- than-normal brake operation is necessary to avoid a collision.
  • Brake control
    • Engine output restriction control is operating.
    • The PKSB (Parking Support Brake) determines that an immediate brake operation is necessary to avoid a collision.

■The system will stop operating when

The function will stop operating if any of the following conditions are met:

  • Engine output restriction control
    • PKSB (Parking Support Brake) system is disabled.
    • The system determines that the collision has become avoidable with normal brake operation.
    • The static object is no longer approximately 6 to 13 ft. (2 to 4 m) away from the vehicle or in the traveling direction of the vehicle.
  • Brake control
    • PKSB (Parking Support Brake) system is disabled.
    • Approximately 2 seconds have elapsed since the vehicle was stopped by brake control.
    • The brake pedal is depressed after the vehicle is stopped by brake control.
    • The static object is no longer approximately 6 to 13 ft. (2 to 4 m) away from the vehicle or in the traveling direction of the vehicle.

■Detection range

The detection range of the system differs from the detection range of the intuitive parking assist.

Therefore, even if the intuitive parking assist detects an object and provides a warning, the PKSB (Parking Support Brake) may not start operating.

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