ACC can't be added. It uses a radar unit in the grill. If the car wasn't made with it, it can't be added. If you post a pic of your grill, we can confirm/deny it has it. The controls should be on the steering wheel though.I have a "fully loaded" '17 Volt Premier w/Driver's Confidence 1 and 2 packages. but I can't for the life of me find the ACC or LSFAB features. I've read that ACC displaces the LSFAB, but I can't locate or enable either. Did someone forget to sell me the feature even though I was told i bought all available feature packages? Volt Support via OnStar and Chevy Sales are both stumped. Maybe someone can provide some insights on this. BTW, I do have Forward Collision Alert and Lane Keep Alert features. Hoping that ACC can be added with a software update. Thoughts?
I have a 2017 Volt with Adaptive Cruise Control. I have heard the warning beeps, and of course, I brake accordingly. Does FAB engage to bring the car to a stop even if Adaptive Cruise Control isn't on? I know if Adaptive Cruise Control is on, the car will slow down as needed, and even come to a complete stop, but of course I haven't tried testing the FAB...ACC and FAB are easy to test, I have and it works as advertised.
Low speed FAB is another story. I discovered I don't have the guts to let the FCA sound off and them allow the FAB to engage. I have always intervened first. But about two weeks ago I approached my garage a bit faster then usual and the garage door hadn't opened enough and BAMB the FCA goes off and the car came to what I would call a "controlled panic stop" in just a few feet.