I don't understand your tweets. Is there something in particular you're looking for?
It is really ridiculous to have this issue and not take it seriously enough to fix. Being able to use your key to drive is pretty important functionally.
So we started looking at other cars (Lexus, Volvo, Benz, Acura, bmw etc). Sadly there isn’t anything comparable right now. My wife loves her Tesla. So we are looking at model y and instead leasing. Market might be different in three years. Maybe.
I have what seems to be a slightly different problem than most here. I normally unlock the car with a double-tap on the roof part of the fob, get in and, drive away. But, if I linger inside the car for more than just a few minutes, then the "Fob not in car - can't drive" message comes up, even though the fob is in the car. If I double-click the fob again, then it registers and driving capability is restored. Is this normal?
This just happened to our model x. In Tetons, stopped recognizing keys. Called Tesla spent 8 hours dealing with it and said it was our fault for going to a place without cell service ( to access it via app). Towed it to super charger and used cell service. Needless to say we had to stop vaca early and now have to use app to drive. Going to figure out what next. If anyone finds out about the fix, let me know.
Think so? Doors for us are too flashy. We love the auto open/close doors. We love the screen but have the yellowing issue ( fixed already once). Not a done deal and going to test drive Friday.
Y is cheaper, no falcon doors, more miles, lease which IMO decreases risk on what tech might change. In two years..a ton has already changed.
firmware update resets all modules so it does not matter what version you got other than the one you were runnning - it would reset the current error condition. you just have to hope it never arise againReceived an OTA update to 2020.32.2 last night. Key Fob function has returned. Nothing in the release notes about it. Sure hoping Key Fob keeps working, I have a long trip home in to areas with little to no cell service.