Is your auto repair or collision center prepared to handle Chrysler ADAS calibration? If you’re like most auto shops, the answer is probably no. The tools and training required to handle ADAS calibrations in-shop can be cost-prohibitive.
Chrysler has a variety of ADAS systems. Depending on the model, these systems may be standard or available.
The Full-Speed Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking system provides drivers with visual and audible alerts and can automatically apply the brakes if necessary to help prevent collisions.
Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go (ACC+) maintains a set speed and a predetermined distance between the vehicle and the one in front of it all the way down to 0 mph, so it’ll work even in heavy traffic.
The Pedestrian Automatic Emergency Braking system can automatically stop for pedestrians.
LaneSense® Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist helps keep drivers in their own lane and guides them back to their lane if they drift out of it.
With ParkSense® Rear Park Assist, drivers get visual and audible indications about the distance between the rear bumper and objects in the way. It can automatically apply the brakes to help avoid collisions.
When you need a trusted place in Northeast Ohio for Chrysler ADAS Calibration, count on the experts at Weber ADAS Calibration. They have the experience, tools, and training to handle module programming, seat weight calibration, headlamp coding, and other calibration services.