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    Swap in J1772 cable to HPWC?

    If you swap any cables or even use the JJapter be sure it can handler the power without getting hot. If the cable gauge is smaller It can get hot and fail. In fact I like to charge at lower power so I don't waste energy and time cooling the battery and system using higher power. In the garage...
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    8 Stall Urban Charger at Kierland Commons in Scottsdale AZ

    Every site needs shade in AZ. They should all be like the Kattleman California site with Solar PV shade, Battery Power Packs to cover demand and or outages. This site so close to the Scottsdale Commons shaded garage just doesn't make sense.
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    Supercharger - Phoenix, AZ - East Camelback Road

    The Solar PV and controllers (huawei) at the Biltmore SC are not Tesla brand. They can't seem to get their solar panels going yet. The Power Pack and Wall are also sold out and going to Australia and other places but not the US. I'd sure like to see their Solar PV and Power Walls all over...
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    Supercharger - Fort Stockton, Texas

    FYI Walmart of al places is where the majority of Electrify America DOT com are going. They are 150 kW with 2 350 kW at each location. 4 to 10 ports at each with CHAdeMO and CCS connectors. No UMC Tesla ports yet but there is talk about it.
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    Noise from the suspension area

    My 2012 S 85 has a similar problem. A broken sway bar. At 48K miles.
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    Supercharger - Fort Stockton, Texas

    OK Tesla it's been way too long. Pick a new location and get this needed SC in and working. Or at least put in a Urban SC to close this big gap in the SC Network.
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    Model 3 Supercharging vs S and X

    Were in HOT Phoenix and the fans seem to run on our Model S and 3. Both seem very good and can handle the heat fine. It seems with the air cond on if we are just getting a short SC the fans go crazy on a HOT day. I hope all Super Charger locations in the South get Solar PV shade and large...
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    Supercharger - Payson AZ

    It would be perfect to see some progress and have it going while all the Phoenix area snow birds go up to this area to cool off in the Summer.
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    Supercharger - Pecos, TX

    I wonder if the ElectrifyAmerica.com project will complete before this and or Ft Stockton. This area seems to have a problem with power. Maybe Tesla can swing a smaller Urban Super Charger ,they seem to complete and go much faster. 60-70 kW is better than nothing right now.
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    Supercharger - Fort Stockton, Texas

    QUOTE=OK everyone, pick a date. I'd say April 1, 2020 or at least some time in April. Could end up the 1st of Never.
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    Dash covers?

    DashMat doesn't have a model 3 dash cover yet.
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    Turo Model 3 in Vegas

    we also rent the model 3 but at only $160 a day with discounts for a week and month. Were in the greater Phoenix Arizona area . You can also rent the model S X and Roadster from us. check it out www.SPARCrental.com
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    Supercharger - Phoenix, AZ - East Camelback Road

    A friend just sent me a picture and she is charging her Tesla S on Free Sun Shine now too. The Urban Super Chargers get in and working very fast ! WOW
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    Does the Model S have an OBD-II connector?

    My 2012 model S 85 has an OBDII. I use it to get lost of great trips data for a FleetCarma study. It works fine.
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    Supercharger - NW Phoenix

    It's been 128 days so far. Others seem to get done in 60 days. It sure would be nice if Tesla installwts would share updates,with us,we have,an idea of,when to expect the final completion.

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