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So... my car is now holding the "low" position.

Discussion in 'Model S' started by einTier, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. einTier

    einTier Member

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    I have P85+ I got just a couple months ago. It's on the latest firmware, so I've never had the low setting above a walking speed.

    This afternoon I set it for demonstration and then drove off. I'm on the freeway at about 40mph (rush hour traffic) and notice it's still in low.

    Did we get it back? Anyone else confirm?
     
  2. Chris Naps

    Chris Naps Member

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    Call the tech support. They can access your vehicle and change the settings from their end / see if anything is wrong. Also you could try to hold down the two rockers on the steering wheel for 10 seconds to allow the system to reboot, that may help.
     
  3. Al Sherman

    Al Sherman It's about THIS car.

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    Did you upgrade to software version 5.9? If so, maybe it's set in the "always" position.
     
  4. einTier

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    I mean, I can set it to whatever setting I want and it will stay. If it's in low, I stay in low. If it's in normal, it stays there.
     
  5. gnychis

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    If you set it to "Very High" will it at least lower itself above 10 or 20mph?
     
  6. einTier

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    Display lied. I was wrong.
     
  7. Al Sherman

    Al Sherman It's about THIS car.

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    I'm still confused as to what you had. But I assume everything's ok?
     
  8. yobigd20

    yobigd20 Well-Known Member

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    The display is buggy. If you play with it enough, you can trick it to stay in position.
     

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