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2020.36.3

M0del Yada

Member
Jun 23, 2020
58
18
Florida
Just took a 30 minute drive to work. No noticeable changes. Although, it only detected about a third of the speed limit signs...and I got a nice hard phantom brake while passing a semi turning in the left lane :) B-E-A-UTIFUL
 

LevelHeaded

Member
Dec 31, 2019
530
390
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Unfortunately 36.3 didn't resolve my hood latch sensor issue. So it looks like my 800 mi trip back home tomorrow will have to be driven the VERY old fashioned way: without even basic cruise control. Joy! Though I guess I should just consider myself lucky if the whole of the front suspension doesn't fall out from under the car during the trip
 

Matsayz

Active Member
Jul 6, 2019
1,147
851
Las Vegas
Unfortunately 36.3 didn't resolve my hood latch sensor issue. So it looks like my 800 mi trip back home tomorrow will have to be driven the VERY old fashioned way: without even basic cruise control. Joy! Though I guess I should just consider myself lucky if the whole of the front suspension doesn't fall out from under the car during the trip

What’s this issue? I’ve read about adjusting the bump stops for the hatch but not much else
 

Dennisis

Supporting Member
Feb 11, 2020
568
517
Tucson
Unfortunately 36.3 didn't resolve my hood latch sensor issue. So it looks like my 800 mi trip back home tomorrow will have to be driven the VERY old fashioned way: without even basic cruise control. Joy! Though I guess I should just consider myself lucky if the whole of the front suspension doesn't fall out from under the car during the trip
Yeah, because Tesla's are on the roadsides all over sidelined by broken suspensions.... :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

Klau2

Member
Mar 25, 2019
398
229
Boyds, MD
Unfortunately 36.3 didn't resolve my hood latch sensor issue. So it looks like my 800 mi trip back home tomorrow will have to be driven the VERY old fashioned way: without even basic cruise control. Joy! Though I guess I should just consider myself lucky if the whole of the front suspension doesn't fall out from under the car during the trip
The hood latch i think is a known issue. I don't think it can be fixed from an update. The video below talks about it.

 

Klau2

Member
Mar 25, 2019
398
229
Boyds, MD
Yeah, I just of course had no issue with it for 1600 miles and then it went bad when I was 800 mi from home :(
yeah, that sucks. i have the backseat alignment issue, they ordered the parts for it over a month ago, still waiting for them. Tesla QC issue definitely not the greatest.
 

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