The vehicle may have a Side Blind Zone Alert (SBZA) system. Read this entire section before using the system.
SBZA does not detect vehicles rapidly approaching outside of the side blind zones, pedestrians, bicyclists, or animals. Failure to use proper care when changing lanes may result in injury, death, or vehicle damage. Before making a lane change, always check mirrors, glance over your shoulder, and use the turn signals.
When the system detects a vehicle in the side blind zone, amber SBZA displays will light up in the side mirrors. This indicates that it may be unsafe to change lanes. Before making a lane change, always check the SBZA display, check the outside and rearview mirrors, look over your shoulder for vehicles and hazards, and use the turn signal.
SBZA Detection Zones
The SBZA sensor covers a zone of approximately one lane over from both sides of the vehicle, or 3.5m(11 ft). This zone starts at each side mirror and goes back approximately 5.0 m(16 ft). The height of the zone is approximately between 0.5 m(1.5 ft) and 2.0m(6 ft) off the ground.
The SBZA detection zones do not change if the vehicle is towing a trailer. So be extra careful when changing lanes while towing a trailer.
How the System Works
Left Side Mirror Display
Right Side Mirror Display
When the vehicle is started, both outside mirror displays will briefly come on to indicate that the system is operating. While driving forward, the left or right side mirror SBZA display will light up if a vehicle is detected in that blind zone. If you activate a turn signal and a vehicle has been detected on the same side, the SBZA display will flash to give you extra warning not to change lanes.
SBZA displays may not come on while the vehicle is quickly approaching or passing other vehicles. However, SBZA displays may come on when a vehicle you have passed remains in or drops back into the detection zone.
SBZA can be disabled through vehicle personalization. If the SBZA is disabled by the driver, the SBZA mirror displays will not light up during normal driving.
When the System Does Not Seem to Work Properly
Occasional missed alerts can occur under normal circumstances and will increase in wet conditions. The system does not need to be serviced due to an occasional missed alert. The number of missed alerts will increase with increased rainfall or road spray.
If the SBZA displays do not light up when the system is on and vehicles are in the blind zone, the system may need service. Take the vehicle to your dealer.
SBZA is designed to ignore stationary objects; however, the system may occasionally light up due to guard rails, signs, trees, shrubs, and other stationary objects.
This is normal system operation; the vehicle does not need service.
SBZA does not operate when the left or right corners of the rear bumper are covered with mud, dirt, snow, ice, or slush, or in heavy rainstorms If the infotainment display still shows the SIDE DETECTION SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE message after cleaning the bumper, see your dealer.
The SBZA displays may remain on if a trailer is attached to the vehicle, or a bicycle or object is extending out to either side of the vehicle.
When SBZA is disabled for any reason other than the driver turning it off, the driver will not be able to turn SBZA back on using vehicle personalization. The On option will not be selectable if the conditions for normal system operation are not met. Until normal operating conditions for SBZA are met, you should not rely upon SBZA while driving.
SBZA Error Messages
The following messages may appear on the infotainment display: SIDE BLIND ZONE ALERT OFF: This message indicates that the driver has turned the system off.
SIDE DETECTION SYSTEM UNAVAILABLE:
This message indicates that the SBZA system is disabled because the sensor is blocked and cannot detect vehicles in the blind zone. The sensor may be blocked by mud, dirt, snow, ice, or slush. This message may also activate during heavy rain or due to road spray. The vehicle does not need service. For cleaning.
SERVICE SIDE DETECTION SYSTEM:
If this message appears, the system needs service. Take the vehicle to your dealer.
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