You may have wait overnight which I did and the message goes away by itself. May be you need to drive the car for a bit to reset the sensor.I have same issue. Alert remains even after replacing tires, soft reset, TPMS sensor reset, and driving vehicle 15+ minutes. Anyone have a solution?
I’m having the same issue with staggered tires. Did you ever get the error message to go away?I got staggered wheels and got the message, newer tires too. I'm not digging this new "Safety" Alert. Still plenty of tread on these tires. There should be a way to disable this alert.
I also just got staggered wheels/tires, we’re you able to get the warning alert off? I have tried everything that had been suggested with no luck.I got staggered wheels and got the message, newer tires too. I'm not digging this new "Safety" Alert. Still plenty of tread on these tires. There should be a way to disable this alert.
You will need to drive the car at highway speed for a while for the system to caliber. Mine went away in a day. I don't know if there are much highway in Victoria. You may need to take it over the mainland. When I replaced my tires, I replaced them all with OEM tires. You replacement tire may be the culprit if it has different thread pattern.I am wondering the same as well on how to clear this message. My car has only done 2300km, only difference is that i recently had a puncher and had to replace one of the rear tire (same model tire except not the T1 OEM variance).
Yeah warnings like this are based on longer-term observations by the car, so they take a bit of time before the car can realize the condition has been addressed. Kinda clever of the car though (I assume its monitoring differential wheel rotation and correlating to steering input to detect the slight difference in tire diameter as they wear.)The warning went away by itself. Must be some kind of sensing like the TPM. Thanks for the suggestion, however.
I'm a little concerned that because you personally dont like it you feel no-one else should be allowed to have this warning.I really don't need warning like this especially I cannot make the warning go away. For years, we visualized the wear of tire and we rotate the tires. Get rid of this warning thing at the next software update, Elon!
Elon can certainly make it off and on selective. Most cars send out service alert but also provide instruction to mute or delete it. May be Tesla should do that same. However, this is the first time I heard any vehicle that provides tire wear alert that becomes a nuisance for some of us. I think weeks of warning is long enough.I'm a little concerned that because you personally dont like it you feel no-one else should be allowed to have this warning.