As a safety-critical cyber-physical system, cybersecurity and related safety issues for Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) have been important research topics for a while. Among all the modules on AVs, perception is one of the most accessible attack surfaces, as drivers and AVs have no control over the outside environment. Most current work targeting perception security for AVs focuses on perception correctness. In this work, we propose an impact analysis based on inference time attacks for autonomous vehicles. We demonstrate in a simulation system that such inference time attacks can also threaten the safety of both the ego vehicle and other traffic participants.