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Old 05-31-2019, 02:15 PM
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Question ACC stop&go time to resume driving

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When using adaptive cruise control in traffic jams, the car becomes in HOLD mode after stopping for 4 seconds. To continue driving you need to press briefly on the gas or the cruise control joystick.
How to increase this time from 4 seconds to 10-15 seconds?
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Lots of folks have asked the same for other Audi models and the answer has always been that it can't be done. I imagine the same is true here.
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That is possible you can see below, main question "How?"
I read it in Self Study Program 620 - Audi ACC Systems. Document is here https://procarmanuals.com/self-study...i-acc-systems/
And some pages from this document:

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Very brief description does not allow to increase RESUME time



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Very brief description does not allow to increase RESUME time



ACC resume time
I believe what this refers to is that if the initial duration has expired, you can pull the stalk to the resume position for an additional 4s if you are still stopped, and I guess you can do it two more times for a total of 15s. Each pull of the stalk gives you 4 more seconds and the last one only 3. This is kinda how DISTRONIC works in my new C63. However, the initial duration for me is 30 seconds on multi-lane, structurally separate roadways such as Interstates. The system is smart and behaves differently depending on the road.
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Ive had this S8 for almost two years and Im still learning stuff about it
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Originally Posted by superswiss View Post
I believe what this refers to is that if the initial duration has expired, you can pull the stalk to the resume position for an additional 4s if you are still stopped, and I guess you can do it two more times for a total of 15s. Each pull of the stalk gives you 4 more seconds and the last one only 3. This is kinda how DISTRONIC works in my new C63. However, the initial duration for me is 30 seconds on multi-lane, structurally separate roadways such as Interstates. The system is smart and behaves differently depending on the road.
I checked, RESUME can be pressed quite a lot of times and always for 4 seconds.
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