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    Selling Model 3 SR+ Vehicle - Located in Southern California

    To save people a click: $50,500.
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    Possible to organize (for sale forum) a bit? Separate section for reservation sale/transfer? Maybe even separate sections for each model?

    Yes to dividing by model. Also time to require asking price in the title and to get better about marking as sold once it’s sold.
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    HVAC issues and or questions 2013 P85

    I'm about to troubleshoot my lack of cabin heat, and am trying to figure out my chances of needing a new PTC. Has your fuse blown since you replaced it the first time?
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    PTC heater woes

    What part number did you end up going with? Tesla wants to replace mine (January 2013 S85) with 1041265-00-F, but I'm planning to do it myself and I can't find that part available. Do you know if the PTC part numbers are compatible, other than the shorter wires? I see a lot of 6007385-00-J (and...
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    DC - DC converter / AC compressor repair

    Did you ever find the part number for the 20 amp fuses? I am about to replace the 40 amp fuses and would like to have the 20s on hand just in case.
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    My cabin heater is not working. What's the easiest way to tell if my battery heater is/isn't working?

    Thank you. Yes, January 2013 Model S 85. I guess what I’m not sure about is at the dangerous temps, is the battery heater running to keep the battery from getting too cold? If my battery heater is broken, does it put my battery in more danger due until I fix it?
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    My cabin heater is not working. What's the easiest way to tell if my battery heater is/isn't working?

    So Friday, after getting some snow, I went for a drive and noticed that my cabin heater was not working. Another longer drive yesterday confirmed this. I know it is probably the fuse in the DC/DC, the heater core, or both. But my question is, how do I tell if my battery heater is currently...
  8. iamthewaughrus

    My cabin heater is not working. What's the easiest way to tell if my battery heater is/isn't working?

    So Friday, after getting some snow, I went for a drive and noticed that my cabin heater was not working. Another longer drive yesterday confirmed this. I know it is probably the fuse in the DC/DC, the heater core, or both. But my question is, how do I tell if my battery heater is currently...
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    Model S middle console - in like-new condition. Asking $300 shipped within 48 states.

    Thanks for the pics. It looks like it matches my leather color (gray), but not my wood grain. I’m hoping to find one that matches both, thanks.
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    Car status missing?

    Did you ever find out more about this? Just bought S #4408 and from what I can see, it does not have "Car Status" either. It must have TPMS, since I am getting a "Tire Pressure Monitoring System Fault" error off and on.
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    2014 Model S P85 for sale

    Please at least skim the threads before posting. The seller clearly says above that “Car is officially sold at asking price:)”. TMC should really delete these threads or at least mark them as “SOLD”.
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    2016 Tesla s 75/ like new

    Would you consider $32k? I have a chance to buy another 2016 S75 for that right now, but yours is in better shape and has fewer miles, so I’d prefer yours if you can match that price.
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    2017 Tesla Model S75D - 43K miles CLEAN

    Don’t bids only work in your favor if we know the current highest bid? Otherwise, it won’t get competitive. Did you find out if your free supercharging transfers or not? I’m guessing not, but Tesla can easily tell you for sure.
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    FS: 2015 Model S 85D for $37.5k

    LOL at all the forum lurkers digging up old posts and wishing prices were the same as they were back then! This OP hasn’t even logged into the site since April! His car is long since sold. Give it a rest.

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