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  1. alnmurray

    Now running 2022.4.5.20 V 10.11.1. Since there are no notes/change log will have to test drive...

    Now running 2022.4.5.20 V 10.11.1. Since there are no notes/change log will have to test drive to find out this morning.
  2. alnmurray

    Starts charging on it own

    Juice box by Enel X North America, Inc does not need your car login; it runs on it own internal clock to start charging. I reconnect to Teslafi & the charging schedule still works. I’ll be adding others later to see if the scheduler misbehaves.
  3. alnmurray

    Is there a certain time that the calendar updates in the car?

    I updated my calendar during the day from my home computer or iPhone and it appears that the calendar will only update late at night for use in the morning. Anything I put on the calendar for the current day never makes it to the car calendar. Is there a way to force an update to the car calendar?
  4. alnmurray

    Starts charging on it own

    I changed my Tesla car log-in and now my schedule charge time is being honored. I'll be adding those 3rd party apps back slowly to see which one has been causing the problem.
  5. alnmurray

    Starts charging on it own

    My third-party charge scheduler is off. And I do get a kickback if I charge after 12midnight. :D
  6. alnmurray

    Starts charging on it own

    Thanks, I basically work from home. So, I don't have a scheduled work departure time unless I have a job or task to do. My job comes in on a moment's notice so, the departure charging may not work for me. I'd hate to have my battery down to 10% and have to make a 60-minute drive in the middle of...
  7. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    Yes, what you say is correct. BUT I was told the nail was in the sidewall, BUT it was found in the middle of the tread area.
  8. alnmurray

    Starts charging on it own

    Recently I started using the tesla on-board charging schedule, but what I found is that regardless of the time it is set to charge it will start charging within minutes of plugging it in. When I saw this happening I stopped the charge, but I would continue charging a short time later. Using FSD...
  9. alnmurray

    FSD FOMO

    Issues with10.8.1 While stopped at a traffic light my steering wheel quickly started to turn into the other lane. If my hand wasn't on the wheel I would have run into the vehicle next to me. This is why it is important to hold on to the wheel even when stopped. When turning right the vehicle...
  10. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    No, I just won't go there again & will do my tire service elsewhere. :rolleyes:
  11. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    If they told me I had a nail in my sidewall & it turned out the nail is in the tread. The difference between those two areas is called what....pause for dramatic effect, a Lie not a liability.
  12. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    My business as a mobile notary public requires me to travel a lot to different areas of Long Island, NY so my route is never the same. I recently had to replace a bathtub valve so perhaps it was those visits to Home Depot or Lowes where I picked up those nails. No, they don't show any photos of...
  13. alnmurray

    Replacing tires

    Hi, I've experienced more nails in 15 months of ownership in my tire than 15 years in any other car that I've ever owned. On two occasions I was told I need a new tire only to find out the second time it happened they didn't have my tire so I went to a tire service center & they found a nail in...
  14. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    What I was trying to convey, did the service center lie when they told me I had a sidewall puncture on two occupations only to find out the sidewall puncture the second time was really a simple thread puncture.
  15. alnmurray

    Did I really need a new tire?

    It's understandable not to repair a Sidewall puncture. My doubt is did I really have a sidewall puncture the first time since I was told that I had another sidewall puncture the second time & it was really a regular tread puncture.

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