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Crash control mitigation and lane departure failure show up on display

(2017 Honda Ridgeline)
in Scottsdale, AZ on December 05, 2018
Both of these error messages show up intermittently and cause the vehicle to jiggle the steering wheel ( just like lande departure is activating. Does this at low or high speeds when nothing is around it.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? weather not a problem
How long have you had this problem? for weeks on and off
Tags: honda, ridgeline
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on December 05, 2018

See your other posted question..
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on December 05, 2018
Those features are normal operating characteristics of Honda Sensing, and are automatically "on". The vehicle is functioning as designed. (Slamming of the brakes is the "Collision Mitigation Braking System" - CMBS)

Be advised that you should not have anything affixed to your windshield or mirror except what comes from the factory, as this can disrupt Sensing operation as well.
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