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I'm new to this forum and have had my E Pace since March. Does anyone else have a weird intermittent pulling on the steering. Not sure if its the car or the tyres on some sections of our not very good roads.

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Can you better quantify why it acts and feels like lane assist but you don't think that it is lane assist? What feedback have you received from the dealer? I know my lane assist kicks in at some pretty strange times
 

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Oh, there is also the collision avoidance. The first time that corrected my steering I was really caught off guard. You can toggle that behavior on and off as well. It is not lane assistance.
 

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Can you better quantify why it acts and feels like lane assist but you don't think that it is lane assist? What feedback have you received from the dealer? I know my lane assist kicks in at some pretty strange times
If it was lane assist it would do it more often, it is very intermittent. The car has just been in for a recall and they have turned lane assist off and it's done it 3 times driving home.
 

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Oh, there is also the collision avoidance. The first time that corrected my steering I was really caught off guard. You can toggle that behavior on and off as well. It is not lane assistance.
I don't think it's Collision Avoidance, that is very definite and the first time it did it to me it frightened the life out of me.
 

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Yes, it is unnerving, but you can also turn off collision avoidance as well in an attempt to isolate what might be causing the steering wheel to be yanked occasionally
 

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I will wager that if you turn off all the steering assist features that the behavior you are experiencing will stop. This will prove that it is one of the programs that provides 'safety'. This is helpful info that you can then provide to the dealer. First you turn off all programs and determine that the behavior is gone. Then turn only one steering assist program on and test again. Then turn that program off and turn on the next program and keep repeating until you know exactly which 'assistance program' is introducing the behavior. With that info in hand, the dealership should be able to take action better that just telling them 'it happens sometimes'
 
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