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    Changing the Lane Assist activation speed

    hi
    Has anyone been able to decrease the Lane Assist activation speed trigger, which is factory set at 65 km/h ?

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    A bit more context might he helpful here, like make, model, and year of car, or ideally, an Auto-Scan.

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    Sorry, forgot to add the basics..

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    What you are talking about is called Traffic Jam Assist.
    It allows ACC and lane guidance to remain active all the way down to stop.
    To activate it requires a suitable parameter set to be uploaded to the A5 front assist camera module.
    This is not something which can be done with VCDS.
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    Thanks. Thus I would have had to purchase this option

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    It can be done using another aftermarket diagnostics tool.
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    Hi can you elaborate more on what tool is this and how complicated this might be ?

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    The two first letters are the same as the "in here approved interface", and the last one is a P
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaSelle View Post
    The two first letters are the same as the "in here approved interface", and the last one is a P
    Sorry, could not get it...

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    ok, figured it out, but has anyone been able to activate Traffic Jam Assist using this other tool?

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