Principle of Operation
When you are going downhill, your vehicle speed may increase above the set speed. The system will not apply the brakes but a warning displays. Failure to follow this warning could result in serious personal injury or death.|
The system allows you to set a speed to which your vehicle then becomes limited. The set speed becomes the effective maximum speed of your vehicle, but with the option to temporarily exceed this limit if required.
Using the System
The set speed limit can be intentionally exceeded for a short period of time if required. For example, when overtaking another vehicle.
The system is operated by adjustment controls mounted on the steering wheel.
Switching the System On and Off
Press LIM to set the limiter in standby mode. The information display prompts you to set a speed. Press LIM again to turn the system off.
Setting the Speed Limit
- Press SET+ or SET- with the limiter in standby mode to set the limiter to the current vehicle speed.
- Press SET+ or SET- to select your desired speed limit. The speed is displayed in the information display and stored as the set speed. You can adjust the set speed in small or large increments. Press the button once to adjust the set speed in small increments. Press and hold the button to adjust the set speed in large increments.
- Press CAN to cancel the limiter and place it in standby mode. The information display confirms this has been turned off by showing the set speed crossed out.
- Press RES to resume the limiter. The information display confirms this has been turned on by showing the set speed again.
Intentionally Exceeding the Set Speed Limit
Depress the accelerator fully to temporarily turn the system off. The system reactivates once your vehicle speed drops below the set speed.
If you accidently exceed the set speed, the set speed indication flashes in the information display and a tone sounds.
If you intentionally exceed the set speed, the set speed indication flashes in the information display.