Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Driving Support System Page 1

Driving Support System Description - Overview
Integrated Driver Support System
This vehicle is equipped with the integrated driver support system, which analyzes information from the monocular camera
(multipurpose camera) and millimeter wave radar in a comprehensive manner to recognize an object. The millimeter wave radar
analyzes and processes the image of the monocular camera and information for control.
Roles of Each Function
The integrated Driver Support System has three main categories of functions: Safety, Comfort and Lighting control functions. When
the integrated driver support system detects a hazard, an alarm and/or warning notification is triggered. The system provides safety
functions that perform a hazard evasion assistance if the driver does not (or cannot) respond to the warning notification or alarm. The
system also provides comfort and lighting control functions controlling the vehicle behavior according to the road conditions to assist
the driver.
Safety Functions Comfort Functions Lighting Control Function
CMBS, Road Departure Mitigation
(RDM)
ACC with Low Speed Follow, LKAS Auto High-Beam
The function is ON all the time (can be
turned off by switch operation)
The function is selectable by the user The function is ON by turning the
combination light switch to the AUTO
position
Operational priority of each function
Operation priority of each function is set among systems. The CMBS gets activated when a risk of collision becomes greater while the
A
CC control is in operation. Once the CMBS becomes active, the ACC will be cancelled. When the RDM System is activated, its
operation has higher priority than LKAS. Between CMBS and RDM System, the brake control of the CMBS has higher priority.
Operation of the Millimeter Wave Radar
Driving Support System Description - Overview 6671 http://techinfo.honda.com/rjanisis/pubs/sm/1/2/Contents/enu/61TBAD/...
1 of 4 12/20/2018 5:07 AM
cardiagn.com

Contents Summary of Driving Support System

  • Page 1Driving Support System Description - Overview Integrated Driver Support System This vehicle is equipped with the integrated driver support system, which analyzes information from the monocular camera (multipurpose camera) and millimeter wave radar in a comprehensive manner to recognize an object. Th
  • Page 2The millimeter wave radar uses millimeter wave bands to detect vehicles and pedestrians (vehicle ahead, opposite vehicles and pedestrian) in front of the vehicle. The radar also calculates the relative speed of the objects and the distance between the objects and the vehicle by transmitting and rece
  • Page 3cardiagn.com Pedestrian Image Processing The multipurpose camera is able to detect pedestrians. When the system detects an object that could be a pedestrian, the system compares the object's characteristics against programmed characteristics for the system to determine if the object is likely a pede
  • Page 4cardiagn.co
  • Page 5Driving Support System Description - Overview Integrated Driver Support System This vehicle is equipped with the Integrated Driver Support System, which integrates and analyzes the information transmitted from the millimeter wave radar and the multipurpose camera to recognize objects. cardiagn.com *
  • Page 6the vehicle. The radar also calculates the relative speed of the objects and the distance between the objects and the vehicle by transmitting and receiving the millimeter waves. cardiagn.com
  • Page 7Operation Conditions Item Leading Vehicle Opposite vehicle Pedestrian output Target Detection Range 0.5 - 120 m (1.6 - 394 ft) 1 - 120 m (3 - 394 ft) 1 - 40 m (3 - 131 ft) Vehicle/Object Detection Process The multipurpose camera unit determines if there is any leading vehicle and/or detected objects
  • Page 8Function Failure Indication cardiagn.com
  • Page 9cardiagn.co
  • Page 10Driving Support DTC Troubleshooting Index NOTE: For the multipurpose camera unit, different indicators may be lit for the same DTCs depending on which functions are in operation at the time of DTC stores. Make sure to check following DTCs with asterisks before Troubleshoot them. Indicator DTC Detect
  • Page 11*6: When the system detects the multipurpose camera unit software failure/multipurpose camera unit connector poor connections while operating. *7: When the system detects the image processing part failure in the multipurpose camera unit while operating. cardiagn.com
  • Page 12Indicator DTC Detection Item ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake System (Amber) P2583-96 Millimeter Wave Radar Internal Electronic Failure ON*5 ON*5 OFF ON*5 ON P2583-97 Dust or Dirt On The Millimeter Wave Radar ON*5 ON*5 OFF ON*5 ON U0029-00 F-CAN Malfunction (BUS-OFF) ON*5 ON*5 ON ON*5 ON U0100-00 Lost Commun
  • Page 13Driving Support DTC Troubleshooting Index NOTE: The DTC troubleshooting index shows DTCs that is stored in the integrated driver support system. Each function of the integrated driver support system operates differently according to which DTC is stored. The functions of the integrated driver support
  • Page 14Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto DTC Detection Item System System System High-Beam (Amber) B2A60-A2 Power Supply Voltage ○ ◎ ◎ ◎ ― ○ Too Low (Multipurpose Camera Unit) B2A60-A3 Power Supply Voltage ○ ◎ ◎ ◎ ― ○ Too High (Multipurpose Camera Unit) *1:
  • Page 15Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure DTC Detection Item ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto System System System High-Beam (Amber) B2A70-12 LDW/RDM Switch ― ― ― ◎ ◎ ― Signal Circuit Short B2A70-14 LDW/RDM Switch ― ― ― ◎ ◎ ― Signal Circuit Short to Power C0023-F0 Brake Light Drive ◎ ◎ ― ◎ ◎
  • Page 16Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto DTC Detection Item System System System High-Beam (Amber) C0063-F0 Yaw Rate Sensor ◎ ◎ ○ ◎ ◎ ◎ (Subfault) Fault Detection By Source Module C1040-00 Wheel Speed Signal ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ― Error C1C00-F0 APP Sensor Signal ― ― ―
  • Page 17Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure DTC Detection Item ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto System System System High-Beam (Amber) P0589-15 Main Switch Signal ◎ ― ◎ ― ◎ ― Circuit Open P0833-14 Clutch ON/OFF Signal ◎ ― ― ― ◎ ― Circuit Error P2583-49 Millimeter Wave Radar ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ― Interna
  • Page 18Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto DTC Detection Item System System System High-Beam (Amber) U0101-F1 Lost Communication ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ With The PCM/TCM (Multipurpose Camera Unit) U0122-00 Lost Communication ◎ ◎ ― ◎ ◎ ― With The VSA Modulator-Control Unit
  • Page 19Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure DTC Detection Item ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto System System System High-Beam (Amber) U0128-00 Lost Communication ◎ ― ― ― ◎ ― With The Electric Parking Brake Control Unit (Millimeter Wave Radar) U0131-00 Lost Communication ◎ ◎ ― ◎ ◎ ― With The E
  • Page 20Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto DTC Detection Item System System System High-Beam (Amber) U0416-92*2 Temporary stop of ― ◎ ― ― ― ― Integrated Driver Support System (Rejected control request by VSA System) U0416-9A Temporary stop of ○ ◎ ○ ◎ ― ○ Integ
  • Page 21Indicator Illumination/Operation in Case of a Failure DTC Detection Item ACC CMBS LKAS RDM Brake Auto System System System High-Beam (Amber) U0423-68*3 Gauge Control ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ― Module Malfunction U0423-68*4 Gauge Control ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ Module Malfunction U1280-00 Lost Communication ― ― ◎ ◎ ◎ ◎ With Th
  • Page 22Driving Support Symptom Troubleshooting Index Symptom Diagnostic procedure Also check for HDS does not communicate with the Troubleshoot the DLC circuit. multipurpose camera unit cardiagn.com
  • Page 23How to Start LaneWatch Camera Aiming NOTE: Do not use this procedure before setting the LaneWatch camera aiming marker. 1. LaneWatch Camera Aiming - Start 1. Do the LaneWatch camera aiming marker preparation. 2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 3. Press and hold the MENU button, the DISPLAY MODE ( )
  • Page 246. Select the LaneWatch icon (A). cardiagn.com 7. Select the Aiming Start icon (A).
  • Page 25How to Start LaneWatch Camera Aiming NOTE: Do not use this procedure before setting the LaneWatch camera aiming marker. 1. LaneWatch Camera Aiming - Start 1. Do the LaneWatch camera aiming marker preparation. 2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 3. Press and hold the MENU button, the DISPLAY MODE ( )
  • Page 266. Select the LaneWatch icon (A). cardiagn.com 7. Select the Aiming Start icon (A).
  • Page 27Multipurpose Camera Aiming Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 cardiagn.com Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100* Attachment Bracket 07AAK-5K0A110
  • Page 28Image Description/Tool Number Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220* Stand Pole 07AAK-5K0A120 cardiagn.com Target Set 070AK-TYPA030
  • Page 29Image Description/Tool Number Target Holder Set 07AAB-TYPA020 *: Use Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100 or Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220 for aiming. cardiagn.com NOTE: The multipurpose camera unit must be re-aimed if the multipurpose camera unit or windshield is removed or replaced. The LKAS and ACC indicators (amber) w
  • Page 30- Make sure that there are no stains, dust, or dirt on the lens of the multipurpose camera unit and the windshield area where the camera is mounted. - Make sure that all doors are closed. - Make sure the suspension has not been modified. - Make sure all the tire sizes are correct and that their pres
  • Page 31Special Tools Set-Up, Target Pattern Surface Height Adjustment, and Positioning 4. Set-up the target: ‐1. Install the stand pole (A) onto the stand (B). NOTE: The stand pole 1,000 mm (39.37 in) is too low to align the multipurpose camera, and cannot be used for this procedure. You must use stand pol
  • Page 325. Install the target holder assemblies onto the attachment bracket (one on each side), with the target mounting holes (A) facing toward the vehicle. NOTE: Make sure each horizontal pole of target holder are fully seated against the attachment bracket. 6. Install the targets onto the horizontal pole
  • Page 33cardiagn.co
  • Page 34Choosing the Setting Value of the Front Wheel Arch Height 9. Measure the right and left front wheel arch height "H1" from the floor surface to the center of the wheel arch. 10. Calculate the average value between the left and right front wheel arch height (H1). This average is referenced as "H2". ca
  • Page 35Implementation of the Static Camera Aiming 13. Apply the parking brake. 14. Connect the HDS. 15. In the DRIVING SUPPORT MENU, then INTEGRATED DRIVER SUPPORT SYSTEM, then ADJUSTMENT, then select Static Camera Aiming on the HDS. After the CAUTION SCREEN, the LKAS indicator blinks and "CAM" is displaye
  • Page 3616. Set the front wheel arch height on the HDS. cardiagn.com NOTE: Use "Setting value number" which was recorded. 17. Select "Target Middle" from the HDS. The CAM indicator on the MID begins to blink when issuing instructions. NOTE: The CAM indicator stops blinking and turns off when the aiming is c
  • Page 3719. Select "Target Left" from the HDS. 20. Confirm "Target Left is completed'' on the HDS. 21. Select "Target Right" from the HDS. 22. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON cardiagn.com mode. 23. Confirm "Static Camera Aiming is completed" on the HDS. NOTE: If the aiming has failed
  • Page 38Precaution for the Dynamic Camera Aiming: Carry out the dynamic camera aiming on a flat and straight road that has several lanes that will allow the vehicle to be driven at speeds between 45-70 mph (72-112 km/h) for 10 minutes or more. You must complete the dynamic camera aiming within 30 minutes or
  • Page 395. Confirm ''Dynamic Camera Aiming is completed'' on the HDS. cardiagn.com 6. Stop the vehicle after confirming that the aiming is done. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode, then to the ON mode, and make sure the LKAS indicator and the CAM indicator do not appear on the MID. If any DTCs are indi
  • Page 40Detection Item Diagnostic Procedure The position of three targets are not correct which is After checking the following, do the aiming procedure prescribed distance, height, or distance between the again: targets are not equal Check that the aiming target is installed correctly on the The target is
  • Page 41Multipurpose Camera Aiming Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Alignment Set 07AAJ-STKA210 cardiagn.com Target Set 07AAK-5K0A100 Stand Pole (Aluminum) 07AAK-5K0A120*
  • Page 42Image Description/Tool Number Target Adjuster 07AAK-5K0A110 Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100* cardiagn.com Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220* *: Switch out the included plastic pole for 07AAK-5K0A120 Aluminum Stand Pole, and use Stand 07AAJ-TK8A100 or Stand Set 07AAJ-STKA220 for aiming. NOTE: The multipurpose camera unit
  • Page 43Cautions for the operation environment: - Multipurpose camera aiming should be done on a flat place. - To aim the multipurpose camera, you need the following amount of open space in front of the vehicle: 7 m (23 ft) measured from the front bumper, 4 m (13 ft) width, and 1.5 m (4.9 ft) height. - Make
  • Page 44Marking of the Target Position: 1. Make spots (Z1, Y1, Z2, and Y2) and set the cord along the center-line of the vehicle. 2. Pull a string (A) between point Z1 and point Y1, and tape both ends of the string on the floor surface. NOTE: Repeat this step for the opposite wheels. 3. Measure and make a n
  • Page 457. Assemble the aiming target. NOTE: For correct orientation of the aiming target panels, make sure the target patterns match the illustration. 8. Dangle two plumb bobs (A) from the lower corners of the target to the floor and secure the plumb bob string to the target with tape. 9. Position the aimi
  • Page 4611. Adjust the aiming target panel (A): ‐1. Put the level on the target panel surface. Turn the adjustable screws (B), and adjust the vertical angle of target panel surface so that the air bubble in the level is centered. ‐2. Put the level on the target panel. Turn the adjustable screws (C), and adj
  • Page 47Multipurpose Camera Unit Connector for Inputs and Outputs Multipurpose Camera Unit 20P Connector Inputs and Outputs Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 Not used Not used ――― 2 F-CAN B_H F-CAN B communication (high) circuit ――― 3 Not used Not used ――― 4 Not used Not used ――― 5 Not used
  • Page 48Multipurpose Camera Unit Connector for Inputs and Outputs Multipurpose Camera Unit Connector Inputs and Outputs for 12P Connector (female terminals) Terminal Terminal name Description Signal number 1 IG1 OPTION Power source for the multipurpose camera unit With vehicle in ON mode: Battery voltage Wi
  • Page 49Multipurpose Camera Unit Removal and Installation 1. Camera Cover - Remove NOTE: When removing the camera cover, take care not to rip the camera cover base. 1. Release the hooks (A), then remove the camera cover lid (B). 2. Remove the camera cover (C). cardiagn.com 2. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Remo
  • Page 50NOTE: The multipurpose camera unit performs a writing process to the EEPROM after the vehicle is turned to the OFF (LOCK) mode. Wait for about three seconds and then disconnect the connector. Do not touch the lens part of the multipurpose camera unit. 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the m
  • Page 513. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 4. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Update 5. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Aim cardiagn.com
  • Page 52Multipurpose Camera Unit Removal and Installation 1. Camera Cover - Remove NOTE: When removing the camera cover, take care not to break the camera cover base. 1. Release the hooks (A), then remove the camera cover lid (B). 2. Remove the camera cover (C). cardiagn.com 2. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Re
  • Page 53NOTE: Do not touch the lens part of the multipurpose camera unit. 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Pull back the multipurpose camera unit (B) to remove it while supporting the camera bracket rib (C) and the front part of the multipurpose camera unit by hand as shown in the figure. 1. Multipurpose
  • Page 541. Install the multipurpose camera unit (B). NOTE: Visually check that the tabs (C) on both sides of the multipurpose camera unit are inserted into between the camera bracket (D) and spring A. 2. Connect the connector (E). cardiagn.com 2. Camera Cover - Install
  • Page 551. Install the camera cover (A). 2. Install the camera cover lid (B). 3. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Update cardiagn.com 4. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Aim
  • Page 56Multipurpose Camera Unit Update Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number MVCI unit with the latest control module (CM) update software installed cardiagn.com 1. Multipurpose Camera Unit - Update NOTE: Check any official service website for more information about updating the MVCI and cont
  • Page 57Rearview Camera Connector for Inputs and Outputs REARVIEW CAMERA 8P CONNECTOR (male terminals) Cavity Terminal Name Description 1*1 CAMERA ADPT Detects connection for rearview camera 2 CAMERA VCC Power source from audio-navigation unit or audio unit 3 CAMERA BIT0 Inputs mode select signal for rearvi
  • Page 58Rearview Camera Removal and Installation 1. Rear License Trim - Remove 2. Rearview Camera - Remove cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the rearview camera in the reverse order of removal.