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It Isn't just Nissan , most manufacturers that are now fitting this technology, are having the same problem, Go back to your dealer and ask them to put the Update in the software, from Nissan, that is Available, Not faff about with it
We have had ours done, and it Cured it, Completely, so there is no reason, for them to keep it to test it, when there is an Update to lessen the Sensitivity, what is wrong with some of these dealers, when Nissan have made the update available, for every dealership, why can't they
look at what updates are available, and just do it, my dealer did just that.
 

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It Isn't just Nissan , most manufacturers that are now fitting this technology, are having the same problem Take it back to your dealer and ask them to put the Update in the software, from Nissan, that is available.
We have had ours done, and it cured it, so there is no reason, for them to keep it to test it, when there is an Update to lessen the sensitivity, what is wrong with some of these dealers, when Nissan have made the update available, why can't they look at what updates are available, my dealer did just that.
Can I just ask. Did your car just suddenly stop in a live lane on its own. Because that's very scary and someone will get killed I mean I was doing 40 if a car was close to me when that happened I think I would have found it very hard to explain to the insurance company for them to believe what I am telling them. I really hope it is software because I do like the car just that's one **** of a scary fault
 

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No, not stop, but It attempted to apply the brakes several times, for no reason, even with pedestrians on the footpath, I immediately took it back, and the tech said straight away, I will check which software your car has in, [they knew] and it didn't have the latest in, it had version 5 in, not 6, so he did it, straight away , if the dealer can't be bothered to find out about software update's that are coming through, off Nissan to help their customers, it doesn't say a lot about the dealer's customer service, I have come across, the same thing with other makes, take it to another dealership, as I did with my Mokka, to get updates done, as that was cutting out
on pulling away from a junction, [a launch control they put in it, to protect the clutch] That
was very dangerous also and an update sorted it out
One thing I will add, Manufacturers putting this new technology on cars these days, await feedback off the customer, as to what Tweeks the software needs, that is the way it is, I'm afraid, as they can only test a car so much.
I do think this new Juke is a superb car,
 

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The collision avoidance system on our 2020 Juke has the annoying habit of coming on for no apparent reason causing the car to come to an emergency stop. It’s been back to the dealer twice now and they can find no problem with the system and claim to have had no other customers reporting it. Apparently, the sensors/ radar cannot be adjusted nor disconnected. Has anyone else experienced this problem?
This happens regularly to me on my 70 plate Juke. It’s definitely a safety concern, jamming the brakes on for no reason!
It seems to happen when approaching a bend with parked cars around.
I think it definitely requires a recall.
 

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You need to take your car to Nissan, and the update, which is available for the emergency braking
needs doing, my dealership knew about it when I asked, and promptly did it, since ours has been
done it has been no problem at all
 

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You need to take your car to Nissan, and the update, which is available for the emergency braking
needs doing, my dealership knew about it when I asked, and promptly did it, since ours has been
done it has been no problem at all
Hi Dav, do you mind me asking which Nissan dealer you used? My local one is saying there is no update or recall available, I have had 3 near missed with people almost going up the back of me in the last 3 months!! Its literally terrifying…
 

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No I don't mind at all, Middlehurst Nissan in St Helens, Merseyside, did ours, they are not my nearest dealer, but are a GTR specialist, and are brilliant, the car has been great since, I had this attitude with my previous Vauxhall, dealers saying updates were not available, when Vauxhall themselves had told me they were, the trouble is some dealers can't be bothered looking, or don't know and just fob you off, I suggest you try another dealer
 

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The collision avoidance system on our 70 plate almost comes on flashing with every journey. Cars 3 months old and been back to nissan 4 times nissan say there is no fault code and they have can not get it to fault either.... it sounds like im going mad and nothing better to do with my new car than take it back for the fun of it. Nissan claim this is a normal thing. Its very frustrating, also there are a few other niggly faults,
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when I've had the rear window wiper on and stop the car, it doesn't automatically start up again. I have to reset the arm.
When we have the heater on with screen, once the screen is clear, we turn it to heating only, it turns the AC on...

Can anyone advise on this
The radar controls objects you may hit. It sends a beam out in a narrow angle about the width of the lane your in. So if there's a slight bend the beam won't bend with the car... It will detect tho other objects that weren't moving with you..IE people on the path etc... That's what causes strange moments of braking...it's not a fault... There's nothing really to fix it other than make the radar turn with the steering wheel like the qashqai headlights.
The AC coming on is not a device simply making it cold. The clues in the name.. Air Conditioning.. it removes moisture from the air especially the screen.. if you have it on screen the SC will be designed to come on.
The rear wiper...dunno... Sounds fubarred
 

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There is a fix for the Emergency braking, and it is a fault, according to Nissan, that is why they brought a software update, out, our car had it done months ago, it reduces the sensitivity, it now warns you when near an object, and doesn't put the brakes on as it did, and now ignores pedestrians on the footpath, which it didn't.
 

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There is a fix for the Emergency braking, and it is a fault, according to Nissan, that is why they brought a software update, out, our car had it done months ago, it reduces the sensitivity, it now warns you when near an object, and doesn't put the brakes on as it did, and now ignores pedestrians on the footpath, which it didn't.
We complained to Nissan about this and they never mentioned an update and said they knew have no one else reporting it or any fault. It’s really dangerous and puts us off having another joke. We hope there was a way of switching the whole thing off it’s so dangerous and annoying!
 

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Nissan won't admit to that, you have gone up the wrong avenue, asking Nissan, I had the same issue with Vauxhall, not admitting to a software glitch, but the dealership had the update, and re-programmed the software on my Mokka, and it affected loads of them, all done on the quiet through the dealers, Sounds like the normal fob off, I suggest you find a Nissan dealership who know what they are doing and are prepared to look on Nissan's factory update site, and install the update which is there and available, funny how my Dealership knew about it and updated my car software and it stopped it,
you can switch it off in the settings on the dash, through the buttons on the steering wheel, which may or may not invalidate your insurance
 
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