Mcu1 fsd beta still not working and nothing has been addressed from tesla. Tesla states we will mcu1 will be supported for fsd.
The headlight high beams do not properly light upward and the service center refuses to replace the headlight. They also had another new car the same way. Both defective which is a manufacturing problem and safety risk.
While driving northbound on the ca111 freeway along an elevated ramp leading to the interstate 10 freeway, in the evening after sunset, and on a dry road, without another vehicle beside the car, with the 'autopilot' (not full version) engaged, the car suddenly initiated an uncommanded acceleration which required the driver to aggressively depress the brake pedal to stop the acceleration and to disengage the automated driving feature. This sudden acceleration placed the driver and occupants at risk to the car traveling around an elevated tight curve with a ramp speed limit that the car exceeded. Witnesses were in the car when this incident occurred.
While driving eastbound on the ca60 freeway and merging onto the interstate 10 freeway, on a clear sunny day and on a dry road, without another vehicle beside the car, with the 'autopilot' (not full version) engaged, the car suddenly initiated an uncommanded acceleration which required the driver to aggressively depress the brake pedal to stop the acceleration and to disengage the automated driving feature. This sudden acceleration brought the vehicle dangerously close to another vehicle traveling in front before it could be stopped. Witnesses were in the car when this incident occurred.
The falcon wing doors fail to open properly and keep detecting ghost objects, ie there is nothing there, but door detects there is something imminently close by.
This was a case of phantom braking. While on the freeway with the cruise control set to 80 mph the car suddenly and unexpectedly slammed on the brakes. I had to step on the throttle to make the car stop braking. We were nearly rear ended by the car behind us. You can definitely come and inspect the car. I have not taken the vehicle to tesla for inspection. No accident resulted from this incident, however it was definitely a very close call. There wasn’t a vehicle in sight ahead of us for at least a half mile. The car had no reason to slow down the way it did. I use autopilot on my tesla all the time. This is the first time i’ve experienced this behavior.
How was your safety or the safety of others put at risk? -due to the suspension recall that was released in march 2023. My car spinned out of control on the high causing my car to loose control on hw 85 south i nearly lost my life but the car stopped due to a limb in the grass. Has the vehicle or component been inspected by the manufacturer, police, insurance representatives or others? No, because the accident before the recall was experienced. Were there any warning lamps, messages or other symptoms of the problem prior to the failure, and when did they first appear? No
I was driving on interstate 25 north towards santa fe nm at about 75mph with the cruise control engaged. The car abruptly slowed down to about 60 mph for no apparent reason. The slow down was so quick that passengers were pushed forward in their seats. This has happened before when cruise control was engaged. I had hoped that this was resolved by tesla. There was not any vehicles in front of me for the car to believe a slowdown was necessary. I reported this to tesla for repair and they replied that a repair was not necessary. They gave me instructions to override the action by pressing the acceleration pedal. I don't believe that is the solution to the problem and fear that if another car was following to close behind me that an accident could have happened. This car was purchased with cruise control but i cannot utilize it for fear of this braking problem
The contact owns a 2017 tesla model s. The contact received notification of nhtsa campaign number: 23v085000 (steering, electrical system) however, the part to do the recall repair was unavailable. The contact stated that the manufacturer had exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The contact stated that the vehicle failed to make right and left turns as signaled by the software. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue and the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 64,000. Parts distribution disconnect.
I have an alert that says "front passenger safety restraint system fault". I took the car in to tesla service in late april. Was told it would be about $270 to replace the sensor in the seat that detects it someone is sitting in it. They told me that when the parts people went in, that wasn't the issue and that to fix the sensor they thought it was they would have to tear the whole seat apart and that takes too long so instead i need to buy a whole new seat at the cost of $3000. I didn't have time to deal with it further at that point and the seat was back ordered anyway. I asked if the issue would affect the operation of the airbags or seat belts thus causing a safety concern and was told that it would not. That the car was still safe. I took the car back without repair. I have since noticed that when a passenger is in the seat, the symbol that states that the airbag is not engaged is still on. So it would appear that the airbag is not working properly. I called tesla today to inquire and ask for clarification if this is a safety concern and if the airbag is not working. They told me a manager would call me back. They said there is not a tesla wide recall- even though it would appear that this issue is causing the airbag not to work. From research online it seems like other customers have experienced the same or similar issues.