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    An honest review of the yoke

    I also would prefer a wheel over the yoke in my '22 MSLR. A few weeks back a tech was out to the house to reinstall the door weather strip that was delivered hanging out of the door. While he was here I asked him what was happening with the yoke and he matter-of-factly stated that the factory...
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    Left side inner taillight panel fitment

    I completely agree. My wife just said the same thing, "just quit looking at it". More than anything else it bums me out that they either think that it's OK or worse, nobody even looks. I can imagine they're getting pushed way beyond what they were in 2017 just trying to keep up with demand and...
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    Left side inner taillight panel fitment

    Dave said "The plastic parts do not fit the same. Looks like the plastic is definitely off. The plastic on the left goes out a good 1/2 inch past the top of the tailight, while the right is even at the top with the tailight. The plastic is definitely different on each side all the way down, but...
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    Left side inner taillight panel fitment

    It looks like it is both. The top fender cap on the left side looks like it was welded on so that it protrudes to the rear about 5 mm too much. It also looks like the same cap is angled higher as well. You could conceivably fix the lower part by remounting the plastic panel in and up but that...
  5. M

    Left side inner taillight panel fitment

    Here is the right side for comparison.
  6. M

    Left side inner taillight panel fitment

    '22 SLR I have no idea how the heck they are going to fix this. The bigger question is how does it get out of the factory like this. There must not be anyone who cares which is pretty sad. My 2017 didn't have any issues at all and this new one is already beginning to look a bit shoddy. Marc
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    Key & Profile question

    Thanks for posting this as I've been messing with it all morning. Same thing, both phones were near the car. The procedure we will use going forward is to have whoever is going to drive approach the car first when we are leaving together. When we are alone it works perfectly of course. Thanks...
  8. M

    2022 Driver's Door Loose

    Fun Funny you should say that. When the service guy called to say the car was done I asked him if they checked the other doors. His response was, "why, did you have an issue with any of the other ones?" Duh! "How would I know if you don't checked them? If one is loose who's to say another one...
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    2022 Driver's Door Loose

    New Model S LR picked up last week. My wife takes it for her her first round of errands only to come back to tell me that the driver's door is making a clunking noise when she opens it. Sure enough the top hinge is loose! Unbelievable! Both bolts are a bit more than hand tight. I already had an...

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