Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Perpendicular / Parallel parking

Parallel parking

NOTE:

When detecting a space on the left side, then the park assist system will only use the park assist sensors on the left side of the vehicle. If detecting a space on the right side, then the park assist system will only use the park assist sensors on the right side of the vehicle.

Parallel parking

  1. Parallel Parking Sequence

When parallel parking is selected, the system automatically searches for a space that is big enough to manoeuver into using the park assist sensors.

When a parking space has been identified, the park assist sensors inform the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) so that the PACM calculates the parking trajectory. The PACM then sends a High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus message via the Gateway Module (GWM) to the Instrument Cluster (IC). A message will then be displayed in the Instrument Cluster (IC) message center and a audio warning from the speakers will inform the driver of this.

The Instrument Cluster (IC) message center will then instruct the driver to drive past the space slowly until the instructions on the IC message center tells you to stop. Once the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) has established that vehicle has stopped, The PACM will then send information to the IC message center, for the driver to let go off the steering wheel.

The Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) will then inform the Instrument Cluster (IC) to instruct the driver to select Reverse (R) gear. Once driver has followed these instructions, information is then sent to the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and Power Steering Control Module (PSCM) and back to the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) for parallel parking sequence to begin.

During the parallel parking sequence, the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM), Power Steering Control Module (PSCM), Instrument Cluster (IC) will continue to communicate with each other. The PACM will send out information that it receives, and send back to the IC message center for the driver to follow instructions.

PERPENDICULAR PARKING

NOTE:

When detecting a space on the left side, then the park assist system will only use the park assist sensors on the left side of the vehicle. If detecting a space on the right side, then the park assist system will only use the park assist sensors on the right side of the vehicle.

PERPENDICULAR PARKING

  1. Perpendicular Parking Sequence

When perpendicular parking is selected, the system automatically searches for a space that is big enough to manoeuver into using the park assist sensors.

When a parking space has been identified, the park assist sensors inform the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) so that the PACM control calculate the parking trajectory. The PACM then sends a High Speed (HS) Controller Area Network (CAN) chassis bus message via the Gateway Module (GWM) to the Instrument Cluster (IC). A message will then be displayed in the Instrument Cluster (IC) message center and a audio warning from the speakers will inform the driver of this.

The Instrument Cluster (IC) message center will then instruct the driver to drive past the space slowly until the instructions on the IC message center tells you to stop. Once the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) has established that vehicle has stopped, The PACM will then send information to the IC message center, for the driver to let go off the steering wheel.

The Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) will then inform the Instrument Cluster (IC) to instruct the driver to select Reverse (R) gear. Once driver has followed these instructions, information is then sent to the Transmission Control Module (TCM) and Power Steering Control Module (PSCM) and back to the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM) for perpendicular parking sequence to begin.

During the perpendicular parking sequence, the Parking Aid Control Module (PACM), Power Steering Control Module (PSCM), Instrument Cluster (IC) will continue to communicate with each other. The parking aid sensors will also inform the PACM of any detections. The PACM will send out information that it receives, and send back to the IC message center for the driver to follow instructions.

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