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    Taking apart a Roadster charging plug

    A few years ago, I posted a series of pictures documenting how I took apart an MC120 plug. The original post is half way down this page: J1772 Charging for the Tesla Roadster - Page 3 Since then, a few of you have asked for more detailed instructions, so I put this document together: Opening...
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    Charging in an enclosed garage

    Even though I've had my Roadster for over two years now, I have never charged it inside a fully enclosed garage except once. That one time was in a very small one car garage and I had just driven 140Miles. It got pretty hot inside, so much so, that we kept the garage roll up door opened a few...
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    SF Bay Area: EV expo and rally on Saturday, September 24th

    I will be showing and giving rides in my Roadster this coming Saturday in Palo Alto. In past years, several Roadsters showed up along with a wide variety of home built and conversion EVs. Rumor has it TEG usually makes an appearance :cool::wink: EV Rally
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    Tesla charging plug lock

    With the J1772 adapter an easy target for thieves, I decided to make a lock that would prevent its removal from the car. I put it together in a few hours, so it's not pretty but gets the job done. I think a much nicer version could be made using water jet parts... It is made of 1/2" by 1/8"...
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    Open house at the Menlo Park store November 26th and 27th

    Model S will be on display :biggrin:
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    Roadster 2.5 review on Hooniverse.com

    The Roadster gets gets minor dings for its interior fit and finish in this mostly positive review: http://hooniverse.com/2010/09/16/2010-tesla-roadster-sport-2-5/#more-28316 Greetings, David
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    Charging plug caddy

    Hi, As I charge my Roadster in a carport with a concrete floor, I did not want the charging plug to get damaged by having it just lay around on the ground when not plugged into the car. I first considered some sort of hook on the wall that lines one side of the carport, but as a renter I...
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    Strange bracket in the bottom of the center console

    Hi, I just noticed an odd bracket in the bottom of the center console area (under the "transmission" buttons). In this poor quality photo, the item in question is the double headed clip on the left. My car is a MY 2010. Greetings, David

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