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Subaru Crosstrek Owners Manual: System operation

Operating conditions

The BSD/RCTA will operate when all of the following conditions are met.

The BSD/RCTA will not operate in the following situations.

NOTE

When a malfunction occurs in the system (including the BSD/RCTA approach indicator light), the BSD/RCTA will stop operating and the BSD/RCTA warning indicator will appear.

If the BSD/RCTA warning indicator appears, exercise proper caution. For details, refer to "BSD/RCTA warning indicator" F7-54.

In the following cases, the BSD/ RCTA will temporarily stop operating (or may stop operating) and the BSD/ RCTA warning indicator will appear.

The BSD/RCTA will resume operation once these conditions are corrected, and the BSD/RCTA warning indicator will disappear. However, if the BSD/ RCTA warning indicator appears for a prolonged period of time, have the system inspected at a SUBARU dealer as soon as possible.

The detectability of the radar sensors is restricted. The BSD/RCTA detection may be impaired and the system may not operate properly under the following conditions.

The radar sensors may not detect or may have difficulty detecting the following.

On a road with extremely narrow lanes, the system may detect vehicles driving in a lane next to the neighboring lane.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA)
Operating range The system notifies the driver of another vehicle approaching from either side when driving in reverse. This feature helps the driver check the rear and side areas of the ...

BSD/RCTA approach indicator light/warning buzzer
While the BSD/RCTA is active, the following item(s) will operate to alert the driver: The BSD/RCTA approach indicator light (when there are vehicles in the neighboring lanes). The BSD/RCTA ...

Other materials:

Removal
LIGHTING SYSTEM > Luggage Room LightREMOVAL1. Disconnect the ground cable from battery. NOTE">2. Remove the light assembly - luggage room.CAUTION:When using a flat tip screwdriver, apply protective tape or cloth and be careful not to cause damage.(1) Release the claws and remove the main ...

Removal
BRAKE > Rear Brake PadREMOVAL1. Lift up the vehicle, and then remove the rear wheels.2. Remove the rear brake pad.(1) Remove the bolts and remove the brake hose bracket.(2) Remove the caliper bolt, and raise and hold the caliper body assembly.NOTE:Do not disconnect the brake hose from the caliper ...

Exterior
Engine hood Wiper Headlight Replacing bulbs Moonroof Roof rails Outside mirror Door locks Tire pressure Flat tires Snow tires Fog light Tie-down hooks Towing hook Rear window defogger Fuel filler lid and cap Child safety locks Tie-down hole Rear gat ...

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