How do I disable CMBS Acura MDX?

1 Answer:
  • Al Nima
    To turn CMBS off, press and hold the CMBS OFF button for 2 seconds – located on the panel to the left of the steering wheel. The system will beep and message will appear in the MID: Collision Mitigation Braking System OFF. Press and hold the button again to turn the system back on.
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