Self Study Program 289 – Adaptive cruise control in the Audi A8
VAG SSP 289. Adaptive cruise control is a new system designed to assist drivers and offers a much wider range of functions than the conventional Tempomat.
Driver convenience is considerably enhanced, as fewer accelerator and brake pedal operations are required. Speed restrictions and safe distances are reliably observed and the flow of traffic thus better regulated.
- Summary of adaptive cruise control
- Limits of adaptive cruise control system
- Requirements for adaptive cruise control operation
- Radar basic principles
- System components
- General view of vehicle
- Distance control sender G259 and distance control unit J428
- Cover for distance control sender
- System functions
- Operation and driver information concept
- System statuses
- Operation and driver information
- System settings
- Fault displays/deactivation
- Mode of operation
- General mode of operation of adaptive cruise control
- Status diagram
- Data flow
- System layout
- CAN data exchange
- Block diagram
- Setting of distance control sender
- Special tools
The Self Study Programme contains information on design features and functions.
The Self Study Programme is not intended as a Workshop Manual.
Values given are only intended to help explain the subject matter and relate to the software version applicable when the SSP was compiled.
Use should always be made of the latest technical publications when performing maintenance and repair work.