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Autopilot and Trust

mark95476

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Jun 21, 2020
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Yes, you can disengage AS while keeping TACC engaged. I don't do this often so I might be wrong, but if you yank the wheel to change lanes manually then I believe TACC remains engaged.

I haven't tried, but I've read that you can signal and then manually switch lanes and your car won't resist. I think AS may remain engaged in this case.

I typically push the stalk up then down once to re-egage TACC. I'm not sure you can disengage AS without also disengaging TACC. The manual isn't really clear about that.
 

finman100

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Feb 4, 2016
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Albany, OR
with my basic autopilot engaged, when i signal to change lanes, autopilot bing-bongs the "I'm off autopilot" chime and there's no resistance to turning the steering wheel to change lanes. TACC stays engaged. i signal again to get back in the driving lane (typically this scenario is on the interstate, passing slower vehicles), then engage Autopilot again. rinse and repeat.

If i fail to signal and steer into the passing lane with basic autopilot engaged, there's resistance, but the same bing-bong chime telling me auotpilot is dis-engaged. TACC still remains on.

I'd really like basic autopilot to add the lane-change feature...but, alas, that is part of the 10 grand i will never spend on Full Self driving.
 
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