Subaru Forester: Reverse Automatic Braking (RAB) system operation / Obstacle detected and alert level

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Long proximity alert (object detected)

  1. Green: 35 in (90 cm) or more

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Medium proximity alert (approaching the object)

  1. Yellow: 28 to 35 in (70 to 90 cm)

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Short proximity alert (approaching the object closer)

  1. Orange: 20 to 28 in (50 to 70 cm)

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Closest proximity alert (too close to the object)

  1. Red: 20 in (50 cm) or less

When an object is detected in the reversing direction, the range of detected object will be shown on the audio/navigation monitor.

A warning alarm will sound and, depending on the speed, either torque control to generate engine braking or automatic braking will be applied.

Object close behind warning

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Automatic braking warning

  1. Warning message

If the vehicle continues to go in reverse, the system may determine the risk of collision with the object. In this case, short warning beeps or continuous warning beeps will sound and either strong automatic braking or torque control will be applied to prevent collision.

Subaru Forester. Obstacle detected and alert level

Depress brake pedal warning

  1. Warning message

Make sure to depress the brake pedal once the vehicle has been stopped by automatic braking. Until the brake pedal is depressed, a message will be displayed on the audio/navigation monitor and the continuous beep will remain sounding. At this time, a warning message is also displayed on the combination meter display (color LCD).

WARNING

Depress the brake pedal immediately after the system stops the vehicle by automatic braking. Depending on the conditions of the road surface and tires, the vehicle may not remain stopped, possibly leading to an unexpected accident.

    Reverse Automatic Braking (RAB) system operation

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    After the vehicle is stopped by the system

    RAB OFF indicator After the brake pedal is depressed, the RAB OFF indicator will illuminate and the system will temporarily stop operating. The RAB OFF indicator will turn off when the select lever is shifted to a position other than the “R” position...

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