Tossed my water bottle on the front seat at lunch yesterday, heard the top make noise over a bump, noted that some water had pooled on the seat. Immediately pulled over and cleaned up the water that was visible, all was good went on my way to work.
On trip home after work fault error popped up: "Front passenger safety restraint system fault" Contact Tesla Service. Has displayed now 3 times. (morning, lunch, quick inter-office drive).
Contacted Tesla Support, they said contact service center.... which is 100 miles away.
Anyone know if the seat can be accessed to dry out sensors? Is there a fix short of bringing it into Service Center?
Before anyone jumps to conclusions, it was about a cup of water in total that spilled on seat, the majority of which pooled against the back of seat and into the box of Girl Scout Thin Mints. (meant to calm the office trolls) Total time the water was on seat, approximately 4 minutes before I dried up the visible water.