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    Wanted: Model Y Performance Reservation

    Looking for a MYP Reservation preferably Deep Blue Metallic or White, send me a PM if you got one to part with.
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    MPP Sport Coilovers & Lightweight Rear Spring Arm w/ Sport Springs

    if the spring arm sale falls through let me know I will take them.
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    That blows..... that's the major issue I have with Service is the lack of consistency on what they will or won't do.
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    I saw that mentioned that you could request a re-install via the app after I performed my upgrade and for this situation would be perfect vs all that windshield time.
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    Yeah before I took a 4hr road trip I would wait for a new OTA, that's a long way for a 5 minute stop just to queue it up!
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    I have heard that as well, I have been lucky anytime I need parts I simply open a service request in the app under "Something Else" and just put in the notes to "Please order 1x part#" and schedule the appt for 10 days out. The SC will reply with a invoice to approve and if part isn't gonna be...
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    The easier and safer method is to drive to the service center, go into service mode while connected to Tesla WiFi, force a s/w download, wait 30 seconds, exit service mode, wait for the orange clock to inform that you have a s/w update downloaded and ready. Drive home, power car down, swap ECU...
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    Yeah you are always gonna find some turds... I tested a 150kW EA Charger yesterday that would only muster 34kW (starting SOC 18%) but I think the whole station was having issues because of the 6 stalls (2x350kW and 4x150kW) only 3 were working (1x350kW, 2x150kW) and the others all said...
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    How was compatibility across all those CCS stations?
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    I am leaving on a 8 day road trip on Thursday starting Toledo, OH - Harrisburg, PA - Bowie, MD - Richmond, VA - Williamsburg, VA - Charlotte, - Pigeon Forge, and ending back in Toledo, OH and it looks like there are a quite a few of the EA 350kW chargers so I will try and see if I can do the...
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    CCS1 Adapter

    Since your car is a 2021 all you need to do is order the ECU from your local service center and request that they install it. You car has one of the stripped ECU's due to the component shortages. ECU is $140 direct from Tesla and the shop labor is whatever their minimum is as it takes about 5...
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    I noticed this as well, All the EA rates are the same as the Supercharger rate ($0.41 in Ohio) and if you subscribe to the Pass+ the rates are $0.31. I stopped up in Ann Arbor, MI and all 8 stalls were full and there was a wait, I drove a couple miles to the EA Charger and there was No wait and...
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    WTT: 4 Brand New Michelin Pilot Sport 4S size 245/35ZR20 for 4 Pilot Sport 4 All Season's in 235/245/35ZR20

    Title says it all, I am located in Northwest Ohio but depending on distance will travel.
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    Retrofit CCS compatibility onto earlier (NA) Model 3 - DIY approach

    Finished my retrofit earlier this week and today had a chance to test it out today using one of Electrify America's 350kw CCS stations. 2018 M3P SOC when session started was 1% and and floated between 172kW - 174kW and peaked at 178kW

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