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- Reboot the center screen by pressing and holding both the rollers on the steering wheel for about 15 seconds
- Reboot the dashboard display by pressing and holding the top buttons on both sides of the steering wheel as above
- Get in with the key, put the car into gear and then into park again, and then get out
- Plug in the charging cable
R129 - 85kWh White/Tan
[ Oct 2010 - Oct 2012 ][ Roadster 2.5 ][ 1077 ][ Very Orange ][Forged Wheels ][ Electronics Package ]
[ Oct 2012 - Sep 2015 ][ Model S P85 ][ S246 ][ Signature Red ][ Black Interior / Carbon Fiber ][ 21" Silver Wheels ][ Panoramic Sunroof ]
[ Sep 2015 - NOW ][ Model S 90D ][ 104407 ][ Deep Blue Metallic ][ Grey Next Gen / Piano Black / Black Alcantara ][ 19" Wheels ][ Panoramic Sunroof ][ Autopilot ][ Air ][ Subzero ]
Fixed it! The right door wasn't closed all the way. I knew this was ping to be a problem....
Last edited by contaygious; 2012-12-09 at 12:22 AM.
P427 Performance White/Tan
Is there a way to turn off auto updates?
Model S P85 #1299: Black with tan leather and obeche wood gloss, 19" wheels, pano roof, tech pkg, sound studio pkg, air suspension, twin chargers
Model X (Reservation #6034, Reserved 9/30/13)
[SOLD] Roadster 2.0 Sport #502: Fusion Red w/Black, CF accents.
Does the Model S navigation have access to the traffic data? While it's visible on the Google Maps - that doesn't necessarily mean that the navigation software also sees and uses it for routing.
Weird issue with the XM. When I'm listening to one channel and then I use the slider to get to another channel, a few seconds later the slider and display will show the channel number for the old channel. The audio is still for the new channel. I haven't experimented enough to track it down to when it happens, but it happened a few times today.
Model S - R140 - 5YJSA1DN4CFP01275 - 85kWh, Dolphin Gray, Black Leather, Piano, Tech, Audio, Suspension, 19", Pano, Twin, HPWC.
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