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Window not fully closed alerts

Dakster

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Dec 8, 2016
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MD
On late 2016 Model S, after the latest update, 2020.32.2, I keep getting window not fully closed alerts on my phone even though window is closed.

I went back in car to make sure, windows were closed. Alerts are from different windows too, it’s not the same every time.

anyone else with this issue?
 

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ShawnA

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Nov 13, 2017
937
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Edwardsburg, MI
Hi All,

I had a similar alert with TeslaFi that a window was open.
I determined it was the driver's side rear window...
Trying to raise the window from the driver controls did not clear the error.

From the back seat, lowering the window completely
and raising the window completely cleared the error condition.

Good luck,

Shawn
 

g1000x

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Mar 25, 2018
179
161
Denver
I had this issue the first time I left my car after the update. I fully opened and closed all four windows and haven’t had the issue since.
 

g1000x

Member
Mar 25, 2018
179
161
Denver
Yikes, I spoke too soon apparently. Haven’t had a single issue for two days. I’ve been parked with windows fully closed for 10 hours, and I just now get the notification, and it’s not even open lol. Jinxed myself big time.

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Snowstorm

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Dec 8, 2016
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Hi All,

I had a similar alert with TeslaFi that a window was open.
I determined it was the driver's side rear window...
Trying to raise the window from the driver controls did not clear the error.

From the back seat, lowering the window completely
and raising the window completely cleared the error condition.

Good luck,

Shawn
You can control the window through the app? Or did you do it with the physical buttons?
 

ShawnA

Supporting Member
Nov 13, 2017
937
682
Edwardsburg, MI
Hi @Snowstorm,

I used the physical buttons to run the window fully down and then up.
It cleared the condition.
To look at it the window appeared to be fully up in spite of the original warning...

Shawn
 
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BESLA

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Mar 12, 2020
50
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Belgium
Updated yesterday to version 2020.32.3 ...and by mistake left my passenger side window half-open for the first time.
No notifications received the entire night and apparently it rained during the night .... luckily no visible water damage inside.

The place where the car was placed had a very weak signal ...maybe that could be a reason why it did not send any notifications. In europe Tesla hasn't rolled out auto window close on locking the car
 

Tress

Member
Sep 20, 2018
79
78
Houston, TX
I have the opposite issue, after upgrading to 2020.32.3 both my spouse and I stopped receiving all app notifications. :(. Summon, charging, nothing...
 

David29

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Aug 1, 2015
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DEDHAM, MA
Oddly, today (August 31) my car (2015 Model S, AP1) is getting alerts that the sunroof is not closed (although it is) but the phone app says it has not updated since August 25 and does not show the current software version that was installed last night (which I assume is 2020.32.3, since that is what looks to be next for AP1 cars from the firmware tracking log) -- I am too lazy to walk out to my car, which is some distance from my condo, to double-check right now. So there is enough connectivity to send me annoying/incorrect alerts, but not enough to tell the phone the other details of the car's status, including the current software version. (And yes, my MCU memory has been replaced.)
 

scottsdca

Member
Nov 20, 2018
10
5
San Diego, CA
I'm getting these alerts also even after I turned off notifications for them in the car's settings.... I also out of the blue am now getting a tire pressure monitor failure notification also. Is it just an overall glitch? All since the update.
 

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