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AP 2.0 Q

Discussion in 'Model S' started by scottflys, Jan 26, 2017.

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  1. scottflys

    scottflys Member

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    So I got mine to work driving on this hwy a few days ago pretty good. Seemed to be searching in the lane a bit but I didn't use it very long.
    Driving around town where it won't engage I can see the AP looking at the lanes but they are almost wobbly on the animated screen in front of the car. In fact they are still animated when I'm at a stop. Is this normal?
     
  2. xsi123

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    Known issue:

    Tesla’s new Enhanced Autopilot has a known bug causing wobbly road lines on the instrument cluster
     
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  3. Hrhkee

    Hrhkee Doing research. Brb

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    Mine did this today. Had to seize control and steer it the correct way. Was a bit jarring. 75/85 south in Atlanta, far right exit lane to 20W, car doing 40Mph started following cars to left as road curved to the right. Lines in dash wobbling left.

    Also, in 35 MPh zone changing to 45mph zone , car stayed 35mph.

    On Highway auto speed at 70mph max set to 75mph but after combination of auto speed up auto slowdown, car stayed at 70mph.

    Don't know why.
    Thinking of getting an in car camera.

     
  4. xsi123

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    This is a limitation of the autopilot system (as it works today). It is clearly stated in the manual. You have to pull and hold the cruise control switch for a second in order to adjust to the new speed limit.
     
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  5. Andyw2100

    Andyw2100 Supporting Member

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    Because the car isn't supposed to change the TACC speed on its own. That's a feature that has not been implemented yet.
     
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  6. martin.p

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  7. Hrhkee

    Hrhkee Doing research. Brb

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    Thx guys. Just can't wait for it to read the speed limit signs and behave accordingly.
     
  8. Phoenixhawk101

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    All in good time. It's a fun ride so just sit back and watch the upgrades change your car for the better.
     
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