Kia Soul: Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) system / LKA system function change

Kia Soul (SK3) 2020-2022 Owners Manual / Driving your vehicle / Lane Keeping Assist (LKA) system / LKA system function change

The driver can change LKA to Lane Departure Warning (LDW) or change LKA mode from the User Settings Mode on the LCD display.

Lane keeping assist

LKA mode guides the driver to keep the vehicle within the lanes. It rarely controls the steering wheel, when the vehicle drives well inside the lanes. However, it starts to control the steering wheel, when the vehicle is about to deviate from the lanes.

Lane departure warning

LDW alerts the driver with a visual and acoustic warning when the system detects the vehicle leaving the lane. In this mode, the steering wheel will not be controlled. When the vehicle’s front wheel contacts the inside edge of lane line, LKA issues the lane departure warning.

LKA system malfunction
• If there is a problem with the system a message will appear. If the problem continues LKA system fail indicator will illuminate. LKA system fail indicator LKA system fail indicator (yellow) will illuminate ...

Forward collision-avoidance assist-lane-change oncoming function (if FCA equipped)
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist- Lane-Change Oncoming function detects the oncoming vehicle with a front view camera at the front wihdshield. And it assists the driver’s steering to help avoiding ...

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