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ahmedakab

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Jun 20, 2020
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Model X, bought it three months ago, a few weeks ago started to see this alarm "Autopilot Safety/Convenience Features Unavailable" and all autopilot and radar not working (can't detect vehicles on the road). Sometimes the alarm disappears for a few minutes and everything comes back to normal but then comes back again.

I called the call center to diagnose, and the agent said there is a wire in the front radar that has been disconnected and I must take it to the Service Center. Can't go as the current lockdown.

I tried some basic diagnosis methods but didn't work.

Please help...
 

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mgdurand

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Jan 19, 2014
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Glendale, AZ
Model X, bought it three months ago, a few weeks ago started to see this alarm "Autopilot Safety/Convenience Features Unavailable" and all autopilot and radar not working (can't detect vehicles on the road). Sometimes the alarm disappears for a few minutes and everything comes back to normal but then comes back again.

I called the call center to diagnose, and the agent said there is a wire in the front radar that has been disconnected and I must take it to the Service Center. Can't go as the current lockdown.

I tried some basic diagnosis methods but didn't work.

Please help...
I'm here looking for an answer to the same problem. If it's jsut a loose radar wire, you can get to that area by popping off the plastic cover. I'll try it myself (out of warranty) and report if I find anything
 

fr100

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Dec 27, 2017
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I had this happen to me twice and both times I was able to get the features restored while driving by doing the two finger MCU scroll wheel restart.
 

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