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"reduced front camera visibility" TACC error

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Matias, Oct 7, 2015.

  1. Matias

    Matias Active Member

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    #1 Matias, Oct 7, 2015
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    I sometimes get many times in a row "reduced front camera visibility" TACC error. Eventually TACC always starts. Have others experienced this?
     
  2. Majerus

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    record the time this happens, and contact service. I had this happen a while back, they were able to resolve it.
     
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    Do you know what they did?
     
  4. MikeInFL

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    Sometimes the sensor may have a build up of bugs or other substances blocking the radar. I would suggest giving it a quick look before contacting Service and attempting a scroll wheel reset. If that does not work then I would contact Service.
     
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    Corrections: Cruise Control General Diagnosis

    Per toolbox case #76618, camera and radar both require calibration. Successfully calibrated both the camera and radar. Performed function test of brake light switch, switch is operating correctly. Vehicle operation is norm
     
  6. rxlawdude

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    I've not seen the camera error, but the radar error pops up randomly every week or so. It seems to revert to working after 10 minutes. Of note, the error has popped up three times in the same stretch of road (a long, relatively narrow HOV lane flyover) in both directions. Maybe RF interference, but it's weird.
     

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