What specific errors?
Interesting. Today, I was on a road similar to the one you describe, including the intervening trees, except it was around noon and sunny when it happened to me.I've gotten this message a few times. Always in the same general area. The road leading to my house is unlined, unlit, no reflectors and the houses are set well back from the road with intervening trees. so far it's always in the dark and overcast or misty when it happens to me. I just assumed it was letting me know it couldn't see anything at all. Also 12.2 at the moment but it also did it with 27.something it was delivered with.
I've seen these messages once or twice since buying my Tesla about six months ago. I'm not overly concerned with that frequency, but if it happened often, I'd take the car to Tesla for service. I'd also suggest taking notes, and maybe photographing the surroundings if possible (maybe save a TeslaCam recording), for a few instances. This might help the service center diagnose and fix the problem.
Just an FYI to consider, when I read your subject line ("Blindspot monitoring and Lane Departure avoidance errors"), I interpreted that to mean either that you were seeing false alarms (warnings about cars in lanes when none existed, or about lane departure events when you were tracking straight) or misses (no alerts about cars or events when they were present or happening). Without seeing what you saw, an "error" could be interpreted as just about anything. I'm not trying to pick on you or be pedantic, just use this as an illustration of the importance of clear communication when asking for help about a problem.
Same firmware here - 12.2....Thanks for clarifying the specific error messages you see. I’m on 32.12.2 and have not seen these messages. However since getting 12.2; I sometimes see the “take control immediately” warns for no apparent reason. I didn’t see ‘this message on 12.1 or earlier versions.
I am on 32.12.3 ... i had similar messages a while back and when they persisted it turned out my front camera was defective and had to be replaced.....
Thanks for sharing any response you receive here, if you every receive one.What I have found a couple times, now that it has gotten cold here, is that the b pillar cameras are forming condensation right in front of the camera. This causes the alarm you are talking about. I’ve read that there are heaters to clear this but don’t know if that is good info. Mine clears on its own over time. I’ve sent pictures to Tesla as requested awaiting response.
I'm getting both of these as well, (one or the other/rarely at the same time), about once every 2 or 3 drives. Sometimes they will go away in a few minutes. Other times, they'll stay on through several drives... I checked the cameras for dirt/debris/condensation and they all appear to be clear. Just got 32.12.2 last night so I'm going to see if that makes any difference.
More of an annoyance than anything. Just don't like to see that alert on the screen.