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Interesting error when I started my car this morning

Discussion in 'Model S' started by battleroyale, Sep 4, 2017.

  1. battleroyale

    battleroyale Member

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    Got a "park assist disabled" when I got into and tired to start my car this morning. Had to do a hard reset to get it to boot. Interesting since my P85+ is a pre AP car.

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  2. Tiger

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    Well, then it is true Park Assist is disabled ;) Bug report?
     
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  3. murphyS90D

    murphyS90D Member

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    My pre-AP S85 had 8 parking sensors. It did not have automatic parking.
     
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  4. 12Pack

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    Refers to the parking sensors. The AP parking is "AutoPark" in the Tesla nomenclature
     
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  5. Nick B

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    Had that happen once, it's the parking sensors not working. The error disappeared the next time I took the car.
     
  6. David29

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    Any crap on your sensors? Bird doo, mud, etc.? Maybe even moisture from rain or fog? I have had that happen in my AP1 car in winter when there is snow or ice on the car.
     
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  7. Solarman004

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    12pack is correct. This error is for the parking obstacle sensors, not autopark. I've had this error on my non-AP MX a few times in the winter when wet snow, ice or slush accumulated on the front of the car and disrupted the sensors.
     
  8. battleroyale

    battleroyale Member

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    Car was clean nothing on the sensors at all.
     
  9. Solarman004

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    If it's recurring, it may be a loose or faulty sensor. The Service Center can repair that fairly quickly.
     
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