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    Fuse Box on 2016 S

    Hello, I have a late-2016 Model S (and a 2013 S which is not pertinent to the current question) that I'm trying to tap into a 12v switched feed. There are no diagrams at all for the fuse boxes in the new Tesla. Don't ask me to check the manual as they haven't included the word fuse at all in the...
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    Escort 8500ci/9500ci or Beltronics STiR on a new Model S?

    Hi there, I'm selling my 2013 Model S (131,000 miles on it!) with the old nosecone that so helpfully housed my 8500ci these past 4 years, and getting a new Model S. Short question - I'm not sure where to put the 8500ci's radar/laser receiver with the new Model S lacking the nosecone! Has...
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    Can't browse songs on iPhone?

    Hi, I have an iPhone 5 connected via bluetooth with my Model S. I cannot, however browse the songs on the iPhone. Any idea why? I can start and stop songs from the iPhone itself, but when I tap to browse the iPhone 5 on the screen I can't see any songs. Can anyone else see songs on their...
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    Adding images/icons to contacts?

    Hi there, I have my iPhone 5 connecting to my Model S via bluetooth. I'm curious, how can we (or can we at all) add icons/faces to the contacts list? I have googled but can't seem to locate info on this. Thanks in advance
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    Switched 12v power line to tap into?

    Hi, I'm installing a built in radar detector to my Model S and am looking to tap the equivalent of switched (ignition on) power in the cabin. Has anyone done something similar? I don't want to do an always-on tap in case my RD doesn't auto-shut-off after inactivity. Any suggestions appreciated...

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