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If you're referring to the lane keep assist, it often does not work well when it can't "see" the road lines well with the camera. This could be due to snow/ice/dirt on the windshield blocking the camera or to snow on the road obscuring the lines. The easy solution is to wash your car to clean the camera's view. If you're talking about the blind spot monitor on the mirror, this could also be affected by dirt and snow.

Obviously, this advice doesn't apply if you don't live in a snowy location. :LOL:
 

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If you're referring to the lane keep assist, it often does not work well when it can't "see" the road lines well with the camera. This could be due to snow/ice/dirt on the windshield blocking the camera or to snow on the road obscuring the lines. The easy solution is to wash your car to clean the camera's view. If you're talking about the blind spot monitor on the mirror, this could also be affected by dirt and snow.

Obviously, this advice doesn't apply if you don't live in a snowy location. :LOL:
That is a great explanation. Thank you! Yes I am in North Dakota and we have plenty of snow right now. My car is usually pretty clean and the sensors stay decent. Car is usually parked inside my garage, but yes. I think this is probably the reason. I'm still learning this car. It's the newest one I've ever had and I disabled some of my Onstar stuff so I didn't know if it was controlled by that or not.
 

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The thing that annoys me about the blind spot warnings is that in heavy rain they will light up. And this isnt directly related to the TB as my previous 2018 Trax did the same thing.
As far as the lane assist, i disabled that. I found that it would try to correct the steering even if there are dark lines on road. Seems like its looking for anything that isnt the same color as the pavement. The only time i have had it enabled was when i was teaching my 16yr old to drive on the highway.
 
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