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LKAS Warning Message No Hands on the wheel

Dex13

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What is Openpilot?
The amount of steering movement required for my 2019 G80 (3,000 miles) to keep the LKA warning off at 70 mph would get me a pulled over for suspected DUI or a ticket for reckless driving. I'm not really interested in a $1000 add-on automated driving system like Open Pilot. I just want the feature to work as described. I got a followup call today from Genesis for the problem. I'll see if they have a solution.
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EdP

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Is there any way to shut off the "hands on wheel alert" on a 2018 G80 without the openpilot? I like the car but I'll never have another one if that racket can't be shut off.
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SuperKing

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Yea... Disable LKAS... Any LKAS system from any brand is going to tell you to keep your hands on the wheel. You can try GM's Super Cruise but that's sold as an semi autonomous driving feature while LKAS is a driver aid. I think even Tesla's Autopilot requires you to keep your hands on the wheel. You can't disable the nag without some serious hacking.
 

illusion209

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Its normal my car does the same thing if im super still holding the steering wheel. Give it a small tug and it will stop the warning nanny.
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Dex13

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I wouldn't say it's normal 'cause my last Genesis with the same LKA system never had the problem. Like other owners have experienced, the warning only activated when you intentionally took your hands off the wheel. After test driving, the local Genesis dealer technicians didn't consider it normal either. As for giving it a small tug that doesn't work. I would have to make a major steering correction every few seconds. Anyway, with the "active" LKA mode selected, the steering wheel is constantly making small corrections to keep the car centered in the lane. I suspect the sensor that monitors the steering movement is the variable and at fault. Genesis has arranged for the local dealer to pickup my car next week for more trouble shooting.
 

Barham

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As I have previously complained, my warning goes off all the time - even with hands on the wheel and making very slight movements on a straight highway - requires some pretty good steering wheel rock to turn off. If any dealer finds a solution, I look forward to hearing about it. From other comments on this thread, it is clear the not all the G80's behave the same. This is my biggest complaint about my Genesis.
 

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