I literally just posted about this in the CX60 problems thread, it happened to me for the first time last night.2. Problem with automatic wipers ( litle rain but the frequency/speed of wiping is very high and not decreasing to the point that there is nothing to wipe) - and yes it is set to automatic mode for those in doubt..
Maybe because you are sitting on the wrong side and driving.😆There is also one more thing with regards energy recovery process.
3. High frequency sound when braking.
When pressing braking pedal there is very high frequency unpleasant noise coming from, I presume, left speaker (car is in normal mode - this electronic squeaking is very much noticeable when on motorway). Since The sound comes from only one side of the vehicle, I'm very curious what our English friends experience.. Do you hear any high frequency sounds at all and if so is it coming from the right or still left side of the vehicle? I remember having test drive and not experiencing such a sound therefore I can only imagine it is faulty cable shielding of the left speaker or something. (I did flagged it with service and they confirmed it is there... but of course they have no clue what that is and how to fix it - at least for now..)
Can I ask, no increased body roll from the softer struts?Hi, i just got my car back from suspension swap. Drives much smoother although still firm. My suspension is and was relatively silent except from that dreaded clonking noise from the right hand side of the car (dunno if from front or back, depends on where you are sitting in the car it appears to come from the side, sometimes from the front). This clonking sound is still there after the upgrade and noone could locate it yet.
How does yours aound exactly? With mine I am not even sure if it is coming from the suspension itself or maybe from some other parts that are moving.
Wonderful, thanks dude..I think if anyone wanted a sporty SUV then you'd buy an Alfa Romeo Stelvio, so this new suspension sounds like a much better compromise over the bone shaking originals!Body roll is a tiny bit more pronounced now but still quite sporty for an suv. Would trade it again every day for the smoother ride.
Interesting, this means by applying brake force while going through road imperfections should eliminate the nose, which I don't think is the case but will double check. The noise you are referring to is easily heard when reversing and braking.Rattling noise from the suspension
I took my car to a local inspection shop. What we found is that the brake pads are too small and hit against the brake calipers. The noise if most noticeable when going over speed bumps and potholes. I initially thought that this was the suspension but the service checked it twice.
Every time you change a setting that you want to keep permanently, you need to save it under your name in the driver personalisation menu. The car won´t do it by itself.Customisation Settings are not being stored and being reset every time vehicle is turned on again