Took it for service yesterday and came home to find HomeLink unable to open garage though it was a saved setting. Same for software update, WiFi connnected but updater still telling me I need to connect.
Scheduled new service, but the mavericks at Tesla got into my car and deleted and reinstalled some firmware, then downloaded software over LTE while I was driving kid to school, back home I could reprogam HomeLink and car updated. No more glitches for a while I hope.
Did you reboot the IC as well as the MCU? I saw this problem happen a couple of times a few weeks ago on my 2015 MS, then after a software update it stopped happening. Rebooting both IC and MCU fixed it each time, though it took way longer than normal (10 minutes). I have a new emmc chip in that car.Hi everyone. Just purchased a 2012 Model S back in April 2020 with (at the time) had 40k miles (now at 45k miles). In that time, I've had the rear drive unit replaced once for the 'whirring' sound (under warranty). A few weeks ago I had to get a second drive unit replacement for another reason. At the same time I went ahead and had them replace my MCU Tegra daughter board (64gb) in advanced response to the whole eMMC issue that causes the MCU to fail. Yesterday when getting in the car to go to work, upon startup, the center cluster display showed the 'center display unavailable' message. I tried rebooting both the center and MCU screen a few times. The MCU came up but the message was still there. After getting to work I tried rebooting again with no luck. 12 hours later when leaving work, the message was gone. Anyone already replaced/ugraded their daughter board and experience this issue? Thanks in advance.
Thanks. First world problems, certainly, but annoying nonetheless.
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Looks like that has just happened. Car still quite drivable though.
Got an email last month saying the mcu memory failure problem is now warranted out to 8 years.
Especially as my centre screen just went blank. Unable to fix with scroll wheel reboot. Here’s the email. (Screenshot posted).
Guess it will just wait till January since I live remotely from the nearest service centre.
My eMMC was replaced under recall last month. Now I have "Center Display unavailable".
The car disappeared off the smartphone app on Saturday. Error message in app read as if to say Tesla servers were down for maintenance. Checked in the car on Monday and found center display black. Reboot lit the center display which seems to work but instrument display still says it can not talk to the center. App seems to be working now. Also "Park Assist unavailable" has been added.
Appointment has been made with the SC. But they don't seem to read their messages until a day or two before the appointment, June 29.