Cruise Control Distance Sensors

Cruise Control Distance (CCD) Sensors measure the distance to the leading vehicle. This information drives the adaptive cruise control system and emergency braking system. A key component of a vehicle's Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), the sensors are located behind a vehicle’s front grille opening area.

Cruise Control Distance Sensor (CCD10), part of the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), from Standard Motor Products

CCD Sensors can be damaged in frontal collisions, even if the impact is minor.

NAPA® Echlin® CCD Sensors are designed and manufactured to stringent quality standards to match the original and deliver precision performance. Easy plug-and-play installation may require some initial calibration.