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Peugeot 2008: Driving / Full Park Assist

Refer to the General recommendations on the use of driving and manoeuvring aids.

This system provides active parking assistance for vehicles fitted with the EAT8 automatic gearbox or a gear selector: it detects a free "parallel" or "bay" parking space and then operates the vehicle, parking it with no need for driver intervention. It also allows you to drive out of a "parallel parking" space automatically.

The system controls the steering, direction, acceleration and braking. The system measures the available parking spaces and calculates the distances to obstacles using 12 ultrasonic sensors built into the front and rear bumpers of the vehicle.

To help the driver monitor the successful completion of the manoeuvre, the system automatically displays the Visiopark 1 and activates the parking sensors.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist

To initiate parking assistance when approaching a parking area:

  • Reduce the speed of the vehicle to a maximum of 19  mph (30  km/h).

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist

  • Press the button on the gear selector or, on the touch screen, select Driving  / Vehicle >   Full Park Assist.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Activating the system deactivates Blind Spot Monitoring System.

Sequence

Once the system is activated, the following steps will be performed successively:

  • Select the type of manoeuvre via the touch screen.
  • Search for an available space.
  • Prepare for the manoeuvre.
  • Perform the manoeuvre.
  • Finalise the manoeuvre.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist It is possible to deactivate the system at any time until the start of the manoeuvre, by pressing the red arrow in the upper left corner of the screen.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Full Park Assist is not always able to react automatically and appropriately due to the performance limits inherent to the system.

The manoeuvre remains the responsibility of the driver, who must not leave the driving position and must never try to lock the system control button.

The driver's seat belt must remain fastened during the manoeuvre.

Choice of the type of manoeuvre and search for space

Depending on whether the vehicle has been driven or not since the ignition was switched on, the function proposes the entry to or exit from a parking space on the touch screen.

  • Select the type and side of the manoeuvre to activate the parking space search.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Illumination of this lamp confirms activation.

It is possible to change the type of manoeuvre at any time, including during the available space search phase.

  • Drive at a distance of 0.50 to 1.50  m from the row of parked vehicles, not exceeding 19  mph (30  km/h), until the system finds an available space (indicated by OK on the display and an audible signal).

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist For "parallel" parking, the space must at least equal to the length of your vehicle plus 1  m.

For "bay" parking, the space must at least equal to the width of your vehicle plus 0.70  m.

Preparing for the manoeuvre

  • Move very slowly until the request to stop the vehicle and the "STOP" sign are displayed, accompanied by an audible signal.

Once the vehicle has stopped, an instructions page is displayed on the screen.

  • To prepare for the manoeuvre, you must fulfil all of these instructions.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist This symbol will be displayed automatically when the instruction has been applied.

When all instructions have been validated, a new screen is displayed, indicating that you can undertake the manoeuvre.

  • Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist To undertake the manoeuvre, press this button.
  • While holding down the button, gradually release the brake pedal.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist The button must be held down throughout the manoeuvre.

The start of the manoeuvre is indicated by the display of a screen with the message "Manoeuvre under way", accompanied by an audible signal.

Visiopark 1 and the parking sensors are automatically activated to help you monitor the immediate area around your vehicle during the manoeuvre.

Performing the manoeuvre

As soon as the driver releases the brake pedal, the system automatically takes control of choosing the travel direction, forwards or reverse, acceleration, braking and the steering direction.

The manoeuvring status is indicated by these symbols:

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Manoeuvre in progress.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Manoeuvre interrupted.

Manoeuvre completed or abandoned (white arrows indicate that the driver must take back control of their vehicle).

The direction of the manoeuvre is indicated by these symbols:

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Forward gear.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Reverse gear.

The central arrow is green whilst the vehicle is moving, or white to indicate the next manoeuvring direction.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Throughout the whole manoeuvre, indicated by the green "AUTO" symbol, the driver must hold the selector button down.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist During manoeuvring phases, the steering wheel performs rapid turns: do not hold the steering wheel or put your hands between the spokes of the steering wheel. Watch out for any objects that could interfere with the manoeuvre (loose clothing, scarf, tie, etc.). Risk of injury!

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist If the vehicle slows down significantly, the brake lamps may come on.

Pausing/resuming the manoeuvre

The manoeuvre can be interrupted temporarily at any time, either automatically by the system if an obstacle is detected, or by driver action. If the driver notices a hazard, they may also interrupt the manoeuvre permanently.

To suspend the manoeuvre, the driver can:

  • Release the function control button.
  • Depress the brake pedal.
  • Resume control of the steering.
  • Change the gearbox status (except changing to P).

The vehicle is immediately immobilised if the manoeuvre is suspended.

This is confirmed by the display of this symbol, accompanied by the message "Manoeuvre suspended".

Resuming the manoeuvre after resolving the conditions for suspending it:

  • Release all controls (brake pedal, function control button, steering wheel, etc.).
  • Press the function control button again.

Permanent interruption after suspending the manoeuvre:

  • Depress the brake pedal and engage a gear.

Abandoning the manoeuvre

The manoeuvre is abandoned in the following situations:

  • No action by the driver within 30 seconds of the manoeuvre being suspended.
  • Intentional application of the parking brake.
  • Gearbox mode P engaged by the driver.
  • Driver's seat belt unfastened.
  • Opening of a door or the boot.
  • Activation of the direction indicator lamps on the opposite side to that of the manoeuvre.
  • In certain cases, when a wheel of the vehicle hits a pavement or a low obstacle.
  • Triggering of anti-slip regulation on a slippery road.
  • Engine stalling.
  • Sudden appearance in the field of the manoeuvre of an obstacle not detected by the system before the manoeuvre was started, with the obstacle remaining for more than 30 seconds.
  • After 10 manoeuvres to enter or exit a "parallel" parking space and after 7 manoeuvres to enter a "bay" parking space,
  • System malfunction during the manoeuvre.

Abandoning the manoeuvre immediately triggers the vehicle’s brakes and automatically deactivates the function.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist This symbol is displayed, accompanied by the message "Manoeuvre abandoned" on the touch screen.

A message prompts the driver to take back control of the vehicle.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist The function is deactivated after a few seconds; this indicator lamp goes off on the instrument panel and the initial display is resumed.

The system automatically engages gearbox mode P after 4 seconds.

End of manoeuvre

The vehicle stops as soon as the manoeuvre is completed.

This symbol is displayed, accompanied by the message "Manoeuvre completed" on the touch screen.

When the function is deactivated, this indicator lamp on the instrument panel goes off and the original display is restored.

  • If entering a parking space, the driver may be required to complete the manoeuvre.

The gearbox changes to  P 4  seconds after completion of the manoeuvre.

  • When exiting a parking space, the gearbox changes to  N when the manoeuvre is complete.

A message and symbols prompt the driver to take back control of the vehicle.

The gearbox automatically changes to mode P if no action is taken by the driver within 30 secondss.

Operating limits

The system may suggest an inappropriate parking space (parking prohibited, work in progress with damaged road surface, location alongside a ditch, etc.).

  • The system may indicate that a space has been found but will not offer it because of a fixed obstacle on the opposite side of the manoeuvre, which does not allow the vehicle to follow the trajectory required for parking.
  • The system may indicate that a space has been found but the manoeuvre will not be triggered because the width of the lane is insufficient.
  • The system is not designed to perform parking manoeuvres on a steep slope or on a sharp curve.
  • The system does not detect spaces that are much larger than the vehicle itself or that are delimited by obstacles that are too low (pavements, studs, etc.) or too thin (trees, posts, wire fences, etc.).
  • The system may be impaired by incorrect inflation of the vehicle’s tyres.
  • The tilting of the vehicle if the boot is heavily loaded can affect the distance measurements.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Do not use the function under the following exterior conditions:

  • Alongside a soft shoulder (ditch) or quay or on the edge of a drop.
  • When the road surface is slippery (ice).

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Do not use the function in the presence of one of the following malfunctions:

  • If a tyre is under-inflated.
  • If one of the bumpers is damaged.
  • If one of the cameras is faulty.
  • If the brake lamps are not working.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist Do not use the function if the vehicle has been subject to one of the following modifications:

  • When carrying an object extending beyond the dimensions of the vehicle (ladder on the roof bars, bicycle carrier on the tailgate, etc.).
  • With a non-approved towball in place.
  • With snow chains fitted.
  • When driving on a small-diameter or "space-saver" type spare wheel.
  • When the wheels fitted are a different size from the original ones.
  • After modifying one or both bumpers (added protection).
  • If the sensors have been repainted outside the PEUGEOT dealer network.

With sensors not approved for the vehicle.

Malfunctions

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist When the function is not activated, the temporary flashing of this warning lamp and an audible signal indicate a Full Park Assist malfunction.

If the malfunction occurs while the system is in use, the warning lamp goes off.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist If a parking sensor malfunction, indicated by one of these warning lamps coming on, occurs during Full Park Assist use, the function is deactivated.

Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

Peugeot 2008. Full Park Assist In the event of a power steering malfunction, this warning lamp is displayed on the instrument panel, accompanied by a message.

You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.

Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

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