With AcuraWatch™ ADAS systems now standard on all Acura sedans and SUVs, most auto repair and body shops don’t have the tools or training to handle the advanced ADAS calibration needs of modern Acuras.
That’s where Weber Automotive ADAS Calibration comes in. We have all the latest training and tools to handle airbag replacement, module programming, electrical diagnostics, and more.
The AcuraWatch™ system involves a variety of different safety systems, all of which require special training and tools to repair.
Acura’s Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS) uses radar and a camera to detect obstacles, alert the driver, and stop the vehicle if the driver doesn’t take action.
Adaptive cruise control lets the driver set a desired speed from 20 to 95 mph and a preferred distance between their vehicle and the one ahead of them. The vehicle will automatically slow down when it detects the vehicle ahead decelerating.
Lane Keeping Assist uses a forward-facing camera to detect lane markers and alerts drivers if they get too close to the edge of the lane without using their turn signal. If the vehicle continues to drift into another lane, the system will steer the car back into the correct lane.
Acura’s Road Departure Mitigation works like Lane Keeping Assist, but it can also apply the brakes to keep the vehicle on the road.
The 2021 Acura TLX has advanced Traffic Jam Assistance that automatically resumes travel when vehicles ahead move forward, saving the driver from needing to hit the accelerator to start moving forward again.
When you need assistance with AcuraWatch™ Calibration in Northeast Ohio, turn to the experts at Weber Automotive ADAS Calibration. We have the tools, training, and experience to handle all Acura ADAS calibrations.