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dl_a175 / Cruise Control Not Available after 2022.36.2 Firmware

I was talking to tesla today and they said it's a known issue in this firmware, After diagnosing your car. Try opening and closing all doors, trunk and hood.

And it worked!!!! Cruise control has been restored and works perfectly again đź‘Ś

Abit of a wired fix but I'll take it.

So I tried powering off my car, leaving for a while, rebooting, etc, etc.

But this suggestion above? It worked. Somehow. Opening/closing everything somehow worked.

While searching, I did also find this thread: Strange issue with Tesla related to cruise control and car lock
 
Had the same issue several times with my MX - under both the current (2022.44.25.5) and previous FSD release. Tried opening and closing all the doors but it did not appear to work - it just started working again the next day.

I brought the MX in for service - and since the AP was working at the time, the technician "Was not able to diagnose". When I questioned the SA, they added "Our technician has run Firmware to clear up any malfunctions with it".
 

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