Personally done all that, and have done a "hard reboot" already too.
Yes. Tesla repushed the same update I am on (in my case 24.3) and after the update my vents are back to normal. It seems like just doing any update fixes it. The tech was able to do so remotely before my appointment so now I don't have to go to the service center. He said he conversed with other techs to find this solution.I have the same exact issue. Just got my windshield replaced and it will only blow out of the upper vent while on auto. Nothing I have done seems to fix it. Anyone find a fix?
I also had the service center remotely re-push the update 2021.24.4. Tested briefly last night and things seem to be working properly again. Took a couple days to get through to the advisor through the app messaging, but everything seems fine now with the auto climate and forward vents.I had the front windshield on my 2018 Model 3 changed on Aug 31 at the Fremont service center and have the exact same issue. On Auto climate control, air only comes out of the top windshield vents. I have done a soft reset three times and power cycled the car twice in the security settings. None of this has helped. I was already on the 2021.24.4 software. Have a message in to the service center as my ticket still open.
Please share resolution when y’all get one.
Now I feel like a jerk because I really tore into to them about it. Maybe I should send them some flowers or something…
I just picked up my my car after getting the windshield replaced and noticed on my drive home that I have this issue as well.
I brought the car in with version 2021.12.25. It looks like they pushed the latest update and am on 2021.24.5.
Do I call to request to revert back to previous firmware?
I`m not really sure where did you get the 24.10 and 24.11. Maybe not available in NorCal yet.Have them repush the update or wait for the new one. I just got 24.11 last night.