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    Mk7 Golf Reverse cam and ACC question

    Hi all
    Been scouring thru the forums but canít find what Iím looking for.

    1. Is it possible to stop the reverse camera screen switching off when moving more than 8km/h?

    2. With ACC and now having retrofitted the A5 camera (still to get calibration done) is it possible to get the Traffic Sign recognition to alter the cruise control speed like in the Aerton? Or does that require different hardware?

    Any answers, short or not, appreciated

    Regards
    Dan

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    Your camera was 5Q0 MFK1 camera? That does not support traffic sign based speed limiter. You need 3Q0 with new enough camera software and I think pACC radar is also needed.

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    Thanks downtime - I thought that would be the case on the ACC - but as it is my wife’s car and her question I thought I’d ask

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    Rollux:apropos of your question 1 - you might want to access IDE03782-Switch-off speed for parking assist on the hex10 module. You won't be able to entirely delete the switch-off function - but you should be able to increase the speed at which the camera turns-off (if my memory is correct, the upper limit for the setting on the channel is ~ 20 km/h - maybe?)

    Don
    VW Golf MkVII (MY13) - A3 8V hatch (MY17)

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