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Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by Kesler, Sep 19, 2015.
Is this a glitch im confused
Have you tried a reboot (hold both scroll wheels for three seconds until the screen goes blank)?
Bad contact in one of the sensors? Not sure if collision warning uses both the radar and the sonar sensors.
Also try cleaning the front of the car, near the frunk. There may be some debris interfering with the sensors.
Rebooting the displays may help too. Hold down the two top buttons to the left and right on the steering wheel for 10-20 seconds. After that reboot completes, press and hold the two scroll center buttons to the left and right on the steering wheel for 10-20 seconds.
Try not following the car in front of you so closely.
Is the error still showing with the beeping? Or do you just hear the 3-note chime constantly?
I've had a case of the "stuck" 3-note chime before - it just keeps going and going and going, even though the error has cleared. A reboot fixes that.
Ditto. Just last week. Chime from being close to the curb making a right turn, chime never shut off till after the reboot.
Mine was doing this yesterday. Red indicator bar kept popping up every time I went below 4 mph telling me to stop. Must have went off 20 times yesterday. I'll have to see if it is better today.
we had the same problem today (for the second time) on our Model X. I discovered that when I toggled with the volume control, the sound suddenly disappeared (even after increasing the volume again). Hope this works next time.