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Automatic Emergy Braking Disabled

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Max*, Aug 3, 2015.

  1. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    Can I reset it on my own? Or is this another service issue?

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    (Yes I restarted the car, twice. No, I didn't click on it to be disabled through the setting screen. It happened right after I had an early collision warning and slammed on the breaks to stop)
     
  2. Joe Harsanyi

    Joe Harsanyi Member

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    This happened to me too. Rebooting both screens fixed the problem.
     
  3. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    By holding the two scroll wheels (I did this, no luck)? Or is there a different way?
     
  4. imherkimer

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    Hold down the two buttons above the scroll wheels. Continue holding until the Tesla logo appears. This resets the dash screen; holding down the scroll wheels resets the center touch screen.
     
  5. Joe Harsanyi

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    What he said.

    I was told by Rockville SC to do that every few months for good measure. I have only had to do it to solve the problem you are having, and when 3G stopped working at one point.
     
  6. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    Ah, thanks! I'll try that, didn't know that.
     
  7. JPP

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    ...also be sure that all of the ultrasonic PDC sensors and the radar unit in the front bumper and grille are clean.
     
  8. Vger

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    Good reminder. I have started paying special attention to that area of the windshield when I clean it, but need to remember to check the radar as well!
     
  9. Zythryn

    Zythryn MS 70D, MX 90D

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    for me after the car was turned off, and then on again after a few minutes it came back.
    This is as designed. You can find a full description in the online manual.
     
  10. Max*

    Max* Autopilot != Autonomous

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    Sorry, meant to update earlier. When I came back to the car, it worked fine. I didn't need to restart the other screen, but I did anyways. All good now.
     

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