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Today’s vehicles have a tremendous amount of technology embedded in them, and they are becoming more like computers on wheels every year. Hardware (Cameras, Radar) combined with millions of lines of code to provide customers with safety features like Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), Adaptive Cruise Control, Blind Spot Monitors, Lane Keep Assist. These Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) are becoming more prevalent, and they require calibration after being replaced or having other collision work done. Vehicle manufacturers provide the proper procedures and tools needed to calibrate these systems to OE specifications. asTech technicians leverage these tools and procedures to properly calibrate and return vehicles to OE standards.
When repairing vehicles after a collision, the research of OEM procedures is paramount.
How do I know if ADAS systems are working correctly?
Unlike wheel alignment, there is no way to know if a car’s ADAS systems are properly calibrated. ADAS systems don’t typically show an error code on the dashboard. This is why you should work with trained technicians who are going to return the vehicle to OE standards.
What does it take to complete a proper ADAS calibration?
The technical data and steps required to properly perform an ADAS calibration are continuously updated by the vehicle manufacturer. Our technicians pull the manufacturer’s service procedures and leverage OE tools for every vehicle we service. With our mission in mind, we are focused on protecting people’s lives by ensuring the proper repair of automotive electronic systems, including ADAS.