FYI: Problem when tinting windows Yesterday I had the windows tinted on my new Model 3. After leaving the shop, I immediately got a warning to the effect: "Blindspot Detection Limited, Camera Visibility Reduced". This warning would not go away and I was unable to use my Autopilot at all. At first I thought it was because I choose a front tint that was too dark. But that didn't make sense because you wouldn't think the blindspot cameras were inside the car. After a few hours of sitting in the sun, and several trips, the warning went away. Apparently some moisture had gotten into wherever the blindspot cameras are located and then dried enough to turn off the alert. I did notice that the area under the plastic housing surrounding the base of the rearview mirror on the front windshield was completely saturated with water. I don't understand how an area that looks forward can detect the blindspots, but that seems to be what happened. When that area dried out, the alert cleared. A fellow Model 3 owner got her car done at the same time and shop as mine, and she didn't get the alert. So I guess my installer was just too liberal with the water.