Guide to Using Ford Pre-Collision Assist

By Product Expert | Posted in Safety, Technology on Monday, September 9th, 2019 at 4:57 pm
Ford Pre-Collision Assist warning in MID

How to Turn Ford Pre-Collision Assist On/Off

With the intelligent Pre-Collision Assist system quickly spreading through the Ford lineup, drivers are given an extra line of defense against unexpected road hazards. Learn how to turn Ford Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking on/off or check out this Ford-produced video guide for a more in-depth look into how the system works.

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How to Enable or Disable Automatic Emergency Braking

The Pre-Collision Assist System cannot be disabled, but you can choose to disable the Active Braking feature.

From the Settings menu, select Driver Assist > Pre-Collision.

Toggle Active Braking on or off.

With Active Braking disabled, the Ford Pre-Collision Assist will notify you when a collision risk is detected but will not assist in braking to avoid a collision.

How to Adjust Alert Sensitivity

From the Settings menu, select Driver Assist > Pre-Collision > Alert Sensitivity.

Choose between High, Normal and Low sensitivity settings.

Note: High means earlier, more frequent warnings. Low means fewer warnings.

One Response to “Guide to Using Ford Pre-Collision Assist”

  1. DAWN Sommerville says:

    Where is the pre collison sensors located son the 2020 Ford Ranger?

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