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Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Maximapolak, Feb 14, 2017.
It's not unusual for sensors to have small variations between readings. Software will usually average this out so the display is smoother.
But, if there's a hardware problem causing larger than expected variations, the problem should be checked at a Service Center.
Seems worthwhile to submit a bug report and possibly also send an e-mail to Tesla and give them an opportunity to provide confirmation it's a software problem or have them direct you to a Service Center to review the problem.
FWIW, my AP1 MS with 2.52.22 does this sometimes when stopped at a signal behind others. It also does it when parked (after switching into "P") in multiple parking lots -- more likely when there is an empty stall with clearly marked lines in front of me. I never had this bouncing line thing occur until the most recent release and have had it occur several times since it became available (I don't keep an exact log).