I was getting black screen constantly started on 5.15 then it got a little better on 8.3 and for a short while I thought it was resolved on 8.5 which is what I am currently on. Well it's still there but the issue does not happen anywhere close to how often it did before. I would say 10% of the time compared to 80-90% before. But it is still there and still annoying and at times not safe. Sending another bug report on this again. :-(
So I put the Model 3 in reverse and the backup camera takes roughly 7 seconds to go from a black screen to showing the video feed. I say 7 seconds because it probably feels like 20 seconds and in reality is much shorter. The video feed used to show up as soon as you were in reverse and we've gone through over 3 firmware updates and still have the issue. I don't notice a bad video feed once it does switch over, so it seems like an odd failure that's somewhere between software and hardware. Thoughts or experiences before I call Tesla?
Me too (we need to set up a poll for this). No backup camera happened to me twice this weekend. I also got a cruise control not available error. Perhaps that was because I had inactive cameras. I wish I had thought about blind spot warnings too. I don't know if that was working or not.
I personally have had this issue since update 2019.5.15 and still continues with 2019.8.5, each time it happens I send a bug report to Tesla. It is defiantly annoying and I hope that it gets fixed soon.
My back up camera also goes black occasionally. But what I find to be worse is my entire screen goes black. Sometimes preceded by a loud buzz sound and sometimes just goes black without noise. I have reported to to Tesla and they say a software fix will correct the problem but I don't know when the fix will come.