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MorrisonHiker

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What section of the app or place are you able to close the windows. I don’t see it. Is it under security and does the car need
To be hooked to wifi to do this?
Look under Climate...but it doesn't work on all cars. I saw the option was showing up for our 2017 S 100D but it said the windows can't be closed remotely, just like with the Vent option.
 

MorrisonHiker

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I do see vent under climate. Is that for the small vent windows? I have a 21 S LR
It should work on the new S. So yes, if you click Vent, it will open all windows slightly and then you should be able to close the windows with it as well. If the windows are already open, you should be able to close them.
 

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I got it last night too and this AM when I went for a drive, I noticed the 'hash marks' for instant energy consumption were missing (i.e. it would usually show 50, 100, 150, 200 on my dial but now there is nothing). I did a reboot but still missing. Did Tesla remove them? Or is it a bug?
Same for me, the 'hash marks' for instant energy consumption are missing.
 
Looks like model 3s are getting the new immersive sound settings. Any idea what “additional granularity” means in this context?

5 levels of selection vs 3, new slider control, new "Auto" button which supposedly dynamically adjusts immersion based on the audio (ick) and the slider is moved to the EQ settings screen (which is great).
 
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MorrisonHiker

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is that a new feature because on my car if you select the vent option you receive a prompt that says if you vent them you're unable to close them remotely.
If you have an old Model S (pre-2019), you will receive the warning. I'm not sure if 2019-2020 S & X have the functionality. If you have a 3, Y or 2021+ Model S, it works fine to vent the windows or roll them back up.
 

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If you have an old Model S (pre-2019), you will receive the warning. I'm not sure if 2019-2020 S & X have the functionality. If you have a 3, Y or 2021+ Model S, it works fine to vent the windows or roll them back up.
2020 MS LR here and only have vent even though I see the button tnat says close it gives and error that my car can not use this feature which sucks
 
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