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Hi guys, i had some problem about a month ago where the bsd light in the mirror was not working on the driver side but i desactivated it and reactvated it with the dash button and it was fine.

But this morning the one on the passenger side stopped working and this time its not coming back after desactivation or restarting the car. And it was still not working tonight during my commute.

Anyone else had issues with this?
 

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You could try disconnecting the battery for about 15 minutes, that may do the trick, but if it is actually something wrong it will be back.

Battery trick has been know to fix quite a few quirks.

Tyson
Good idea, ill try that, it did fix a few things on my crossfire a couple years ago ;-)
 

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I find that the warning sound can barely be heard while driving. Anyone have the sane issue or is it just me?
My alert beep is pretty loud and definitely can't be missed. Even when I'm talking on the phone with my wife when she's in her Elantra, I can hear when her blind spot alert goes quite easily over the phone.

Might be an issue in your car... or you're listening to your music too loud. :)
 

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What I have found with the blindspot is if your in a multi lane highway and someone comes into your blind spot from two lanes over it will miss them most of the time. Also depending on the speed they come at you seems to also affect if you get the light in time. If they are traveling that much faster than you they are already passing you by the time the light comes on. These two factors is why I put stick on blindspot mirrors because where I live, people love to ether pass you at a high rate of speed or come into the lane beside you inside your obvious blind spot.
 

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My blind spot detection never fails cause its my neck and head.
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This! Turning my head and checking my blind spot has never let me down.
 

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I find that the warning sound can barely be heard while driving. Anyone have the sane issue or is it just me?

It's definitely loud enough to be heard - even when my kids are arguing in the back. :p


You should bring it into the dealer and haven them take a closer look. That said, I still use my head. :cool:
 
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