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Hi,

the unit you have sent appears listed as not equipped for SBS. Are you sure your car is equipped with SCBS?.

According to your ABS unit your car is a 2016-2017 CX-3. On these models the Forward Sensing Camera was a second generation unit and thus SCBS was commanded by the camera and not by a LIDAR sensor.

Do you have a camera on the windshield?. Or can you send me your VIN number to check if the above stated data of no SBS capability on your ABS unit is correct?. If my findings are correct you will have to replace the ABS unit in order to get full SBS capability.
 

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Hi everyone!

I have a 2018 Mazda 6 GT North American model and I'm trying to change the lane-keep assist timing to early.
I haven't seen anyone else mention this, so just in case you're not aware of this feature, I'll describe it below:
It appears that all other regions other than North America get an additional setting in the cmu where they can choose between "Late" and "Early" for the lane-keep assist system. When set to early, the car constantly tries to keep the vehicle in the center of the lane. When set to late (the default setting that can't be changed in NA), the car only corrects the steering once you are already out of your lane. I took a look at the cmu firmware, and the setting is prevented from showing when
Code:
framework.localize.getRegion() === "Region_NorthAmerica"
is true in the file: \jci\gui\apps\vehsettings\js\vehsettingsApp.js.
To see how it works, check out this video:
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I'm not very famililar with ASBuilt, but I was wondering if it is possible to change the setting through ASBuilt?
 

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Hello Guys, my car is Mazda 6 2016 Sport, few month ago I installed seats from GT trim, everything works except seat memory.
I think it's because need to change IC configuration and add DSM, I'll be glad if somebody will give me advice which bites need to change.
 

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In relation to the nonworking MRCC from @Willy7684 I have found that his car, although it has SCBS with the second gen FSC camera, is equipped with an ABS unit non SBS capable (see attached picture). I asume that this is the reason behind its MRCC retrofit not braking when the car behind him reduces the speed while MRCC is activated (just in case someone faces the same problem).
 

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How can you be so sure it won't work? Let's say I wanted to do a region change, how would it be done? Do I need to change any hardware or is it just changing asbuilt data. I ordered an OBDII adapter and will begin experimenting once it arrives Thursday.

Can anyone with a NA Mazda w/ LKAS take a screenshot of all available options to select in FORScan for the LDWS Timing setting in FSC module config.

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Can someone also upload their IC and FSC modules .abt files for when intervention timing is set to early and late. (it is my understanding that asbuilt config data changes when such settings are changed).
 

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In relation to the nonworking MRCC from @Willy7684 I have found that his car, although it has SCBS with the second gen FSC camera, is equipped with an ABS unit non SBS capable (see attached picture). I asume that this is the reason behind its MRCC retrofit not braking when the car behind him reduces the speed while MRCC is activated (just in case someone faces the same problem).
Thank you
 

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I was one of the first able to enable LAS on 2017 FSC Gen 2 model w/o LAS from factory. So I studyed FSC data a lot!!

Try with this FSC data :

070601016C80900072FD
07060102840000000094
07060103000000000011
07060104000012
070602016C80900072FE
070602028495

If it still doesn't work you'll have to change your region in IC Imo.
 

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Hi, thats my FSC readings:
;Block 1
706G1G100009000009F
706G1G2000000001020
706G1G3000000000011
706G1G4000012
;Block 2
706G2G100008800029A
706G2G20011

I have 2018 Mazda3 with SCBS-F, trying to fiddle some new features and came into my attention that SCBS-F description in xlsx can be incorrect:
273317


just FYI

btw thx to everyone involved in making all this possible, you guys rock.
 

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Hi, thats my FSC readings:
;Block 1
706G1G100009000009F
706G1G2000000001020
706G1G3000000000011
706G1G4000012
;Block 2
706G2G100008800029A
706G2G20011

I have 2018 Mazda3 with SCBS-F, trying to fiddle some new features and came into my attention that SCBS-F description in xlsx can be incorrect:
View attachment 273317

just FYI

btw thx to everyone involved in making all this possible, you guys rock.
Yes I have noticed the same thing with the SCBS-F.
Can you provide more information about your Mazda 3. Judging from the FSC data, I think it is a 2018 Mazda 3 (North America region?) w/ SCBS-F -- w/o SBCS-R, SBS, LDWS, LAS, HBC, TSR, and DAA.

Here is my FSC data. My car is a 2018 Mazda 6 (NA) w/ SCBS-F, SBS, LDWS, LAS, HBC -- w/o SCBS-R, TSR, and DAA.
;Block 1
706G1G16C80900072FD
706G1G284AC00001050
706G1G3202100000052
706G1G4000012
;Block 2
706G2G14C80880072D6
706G2G28495

Also one question, why do we have 'G' instead of a 0 in our FSC data. G isn't a valid hex number and it makes me worried that if there is a bug in FORscan with reading the data, then writing data may not work correctly and mess up my car.

@hellow
Thanks for the data! I have not yet tried them - I'm trying to study FSC data like you have before I risk messing up anything with my car.
 

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Yes I have noticed the same thing with the SCBS-F.
Can you provide more information about your Mazda 3. Judging from the FSC data, I think it is a 2018 Mazda 3 (North America region?) w/ SCBS-F -- w/o SBCS-R, SBS, LDWS, LAS, HBC, TSR, and DAA.

Here is my FSC data. My car is a 2018 Mazda 6 (NA) w/ SCBS-F, SBS, LDWS, LAS, HBC -- w/o SCBS-R, TSR, and DAA.
;Block 1
706G1G16C80900072FD
706G1G284AC00001050
706G1G3202100000052
706G1G4000012
;Block 2
706G2G14C80880072D6
706G2G28495

Also one question, why do we have 'G' instead of a 0 in our FSC data. G isn't a valid hex number and it makes me worried that if there is a bug in FORscan with reading the data, then writing data may not work correctly and mess up my car.

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Thanks for the data! I have not yet tried them - I'm trying to study FSC data like you have before I risk messing up anything with my car.
sure i have Mazda3 2017 (not 2018 as stated earlier, time goes by... ehh) European (Poland)

I attached price list (in polish but easy to translate, also i can help when you ask particular question) to better find out what is inside my car, my choice was 165KM 6MT Hatchback SkyENERGY + LED option.

but what you wrote is true: w/ SCBS-F -- w/o SBCS-R, SBS, LDWS, LAS, HBC, TSR, and DAA.

I would appreciate some help with enabling LAS and HBC, i tried only changing FSC data but nothing happens (no additional options in MZD menus, it seems IC reconfiguring is also needed), interesting thing that after changing LAS and HBC bits in FSC, 88 value changed itself to 90 after reading (then it fits xlsx description), after clearing back LAS and HBC bits and changing 90 to 88, that value stays after reading. Don't know why setting HBC and LAS bits shifting left SCBS-F bit (b3 -> b4).

That G letters are seem to be new FORscan feature, also H in other modules, you have explanation here:

best regards
 

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I've somehow managed to modify MRCC to work between 1-200 km/h on my 2015 Mazda 3. You can activate the MRCC once you reach 2 km/h. As soon as you activate it, it sets to 30 km/h minimum and starts to accelerate to 30 km/h. While braking, it deaccelerate to 5 km/h using the brakes, below 5 km/h just coasts but still active. If the gap between your car and the car in front of you is so close, it starts yelling at you to BRAKE but does not deactive the MRCC.
How did you do?
 

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Hello, I have a 2016 CX-5 with lane-keep assist. For safety reasons the system is disables in just a few second if I don't keep my hands on the steering wheel. Unfortunately I suspect that the only way the car senses my hands is through small movements and not by means of a fancy capacitive touch sensor.
If the road is very smooth and straight the lane-keep assist is disabled as if I were removing my hands from the wheel. To make it work I have to keep doing micro-movements with the hands.
Of course there is no problem while driving on a rough surface because the steering wheel vibrates by itself.

Is there any way to overcome this problem or at least extend the watch dog timer before the lkas is disabled?
 

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Hello, I have a 2016 CX-5 with lane-keep assist. For safety reasons the system is disables in just a few second if I don't keep my hands on the steering wheel. Unfortunately I suspect that the only way the car senses my hands is through small movements and not by means of a fancy capacitive touch sensor.
If the road is very smooth and straight the lane-keep assist is disabled as if I were removing my hands from the wheel. To make it work I have to keep doing micro-movements with the hands.
Of course there is no problem while driving on a rough surface because the steering wheel vibrates by itself.

Is there any way to overcome this problem or at least extend the watch dog timer before the lkas is disabled?
The LAS system controls if you are hanging the steering wheel by means of the torque sensor. I mean it measures if you are making some effort on the steering while the system is correcting the car trajectory. If it feels no resistance it will disable the system.

The strange thing is that it disables on straight roads....that should not happen because the camera should be ranging the road lines and indicating the car that no correction is needed and thus no resistance needs to be measured. I am certainly not sure about if there is some strategy implemented to force you to keep your hands on the steering, but it seems strange that they force you to do it so by disabling the LAS.

Enviado desde mi Redmi 6 Pro mediante Tapatalk
 

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By changing my car's settings and looking at which bits changed in the FSC asbuilt data, I was able to figure out what some of the bits do for my car.
Take a look at the attached excel sheet if interested. All my changes are in the FSC Gen 2 sheet and are highlighted in blue.

Also I'll mention this again, please someone with a non-North American car with LAS, upload your FSC asbuilt for when you set the Intervention Timing setting to early and late (in Settings > Safety > Lane-Keep Assist System).
 

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My modules for CX-3;

706-01-016C80 9000 008B
706-01-020028 0000 0038
706-01-034040 0000 0091
706-01-040000 12
720-01-01A305 7B36 8002
720-01-026960 B2F7 902C
720-01-038000 0000 00AB
720-01-040000 0000 002C
720-01-050000 0000 002D
720-01-060000 0000 002E
720-01-070000 2F
731-01-014014 C024 2193
731-01-021709 1847 904A
731-01-030220 005E
737-01-01EAFC EFEC F0F1
737-01-027E78 0000 0037
737-01-031CF5 53

How can I make changes to automatically lock the doors while driving? Does anyone have any ideas?
Thank you ...
 

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when I compared 2018 Mazda6(mine) and 2019 Mazda6 finded bit that responsible turn signal control - I installed long time ago to front turn lights switchback amber/white LEDs and of course it ended with hyperflash(blink rapidly)and must install resistors also. 2019 Mazda6 front turn lightsi s led so I changed 726-01-02 B3 b0 from 0(halogen front turn) to 1 (led front turn) and led turn lights working without resistors :) I dont know other mazdas if it work or not :)

my turn lights
 
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