Is that what the issue is, metal bridges?Always be ready to switch off the nanny systems. The button will be normally right next to your right thumb.
I've never had problems.
Maybe they can link hotspots to the GPS so the systems switch off when the car gets to the metal bridges.
Too early to say, but that isn't stopping people from speculating (including me )Is that what the issue is, metal bridges?
I have a 2013 QX56 so let me first apologize for posting here and not being a JX owner. I am having this exact issue with our vehicle and I would assume they are similar setups. First of all there is a difference between IBA and (LDW, DCA and BSW). IBA is on by default and has to be disabled via a button located under the dash to the right of the steering wheel. The other three have to be activated by the button on the steering wheel. They are two totally separate systems that do two totally different things.The button on the steering wheel switches off all the intervention systems. What you will be left with just the warning chimes.
I think the issue here is the "metal barriers" that give off a high "reflective" signal that makes the lasers think you're about to hit another car. If this situation happened to me and my wife, and I know it's always the same spot, I wouldn't return the car. But that's just me and I'm sure others will have their own opinions also. I specifically bought the JX since I liked all the driver assistance packages. There are times when it DOES brake all of a sudden and then "recovers". When it does occur, I do notice some sort of road anomaly. I personally LOVE it. The best part is that I can always turn it off.Our QX has a laser mounted under the front grill. My understanding is that IBA uses the laser. The others use sonar and cameras.