I just got my Model X and have a question about autopilot. When I test drove a Model S, I noticed that the autopilot only needs you to lightly touch the steering wheel when asked to make the message on the screen go away, which to me seemed like they have some sort of a capacitive sensor in the wheel to detect when hands are on the wheel, however on my Model X I noticed that the message doesn't go away when I put my hands on the wheel, even with both hands gripping at 10 and 2. I have to shake the wheel left and right to make the message go away or it will keep beeping at me louder to put my hands on the wheel. The shaking or pushing of the wheel left or right sometimes disengages autopilot which is annoying, also I have a problem with my horn (it only makes a "blip" sound, no sustained honk), so I'm wondering if there is something wrong with the wiring in the steering wheel. Is this correct?