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Cabin overheat protection greyed out

NorfolkMustard

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Apr 18, 2019
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M3P w/FSD
Yeah. The internal sensor for the alarm uses a change in air pressure. Eg when a window is broken or a door opens.

a fan blowing air around, especially with variable speed, will confuse it

the S and X are the same, but they say so in the manual. The model 3 manual doesn’t say it and I thought they’d got around it somehow.
 

m3p_uk

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Aug 1, 2019
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Yeah. The internal sensor for the alarm uses a change in air pressure. Eg when a window is broken or a door opens.

a fan blowing air around, especially with variable speed, will confuse it

the S and X are the same, but they say so in the manual. The model 3 manual doesn’t say it and I thought they’d got around it somehow.

Don't think that there are actually any sensors in the model 3 for movement - just a tilt sensor?
 

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