Hi, for the last couple of days I've been getting a message saying that the front camera is blocked. Does anyone know where the front camera is situated? For the life of me I can't find it. Thanks Michel
I have witnessed the very same thing on about two occasions.I’ve noticed low winter sun can trigger that warning.
The problem with the ACC, could that not also be related to the camera also ?.Yes I have had the problem of camera blocked message tonight. I am also experiencing excessive interior moisture on the windows and I suspect this maybe causing the problem . I will have a good look tomorrow in daylight.
I also experienced non engagement of the cruise control and could not see why until I noticed the tailgate was not fully closed. Page 188 of the manual states that any open door or tailgate inhibits the ACC.....Chinese logic??
Good point but the ACC non engagement did not occurr on the same trip and lane control, which uses the camera, worked ok when the ACC did not engage.T
The problem with the ACC, could that not also be related to the camera also ?.
Just a thought !.
Yeah - I have received the "Camera Not Available" warning on a few occasions in the summer months mainly, it usually coincide's instantly when the sun suddenly pop's from behind a cloud and the sun hits the front windscreen head on.Yep, even bright sunlight. Out in the very bright low sun earlier this week and the camera warnings were coming thick and fast.
'proper' autonomous drive systems use multiple LIDAR heads and camera's. For the price of the MG what we get is a pretty good deal. You'd not rely on it, but good as an assist. Tesla now charge an extra $10k option price for theirs now.Doesn't the ACC use the radar? AFAIK it's only cheap ACC systems that use the camera.