Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Fountain Valley, CA US of A
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You are correct. What I have noticed is the sensitivity of the lane departure function is unreal. Asphalt seams and asphalt sealant lines that run somewhat parallel or at an angle to the lane/line of travel will cause the steering wheel to shake violently.
I'm just now working through the owner's manual on my 2019 F-350, but it's pretty easy to turn the sensitivity down or shut the lane departure off completely...
2019 4x4 "Limited" F350 SRW 6.7L CrewCab Short Bed.
2007 4x4 F550 DRW 6.0L CrewCab Long Bed. RealPower 12kw PTO Driven Generator. Kelderman Air-Ride Suspension. 25,000# Hitchmasters Hitch, Road Armor Front & Rear Bumpers, Mag-Hytec Tranny Pan, Banks 3 Gauge A-Pillar, Banks Six-Gun w/ Ram-Air Intake & Monster Dual Exhaust, Banks SpeedBrake, C-Betr Mirrors.
2001 4x4 "No Boundaries" 7.3L Excursion. Banks Powerpack w/ Monster Exhaust & Power Elbow, BTS Tranny, Code "X" Springs, 4" Rear Blocks, RS9000X, BFG TA/KO 295's, BFT Grille, Banks 3 Gauge A-Pillar, AIC, Ride-Rites w/ Compressor & Tank, C-Betr Mirrors, PSWL, 15,000# Hitchmasters Hitch, Mag-Hytec Tranny Pan & Rear Diff. Cover, TYMAR Intake, Removed Cladding, Stitchcraft Custom Console, 3 Kenwood TV's, DVD, VCR, Back-up Camera, 3 360 watt Rockford Fosgate Amps, Cerwin Vega Separates and 12" Cerwin Vega Subwoofer.