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    A White powdery substance under car on the garage floor

    I've got a white powdery residue under my model y. I will sweep it away and it will build back up over time. It's not road salt because it hasn't been used on the roads yet. I would like to think this is not some sort of coolant leak. I've seen this topic come up before but no plausible answer...
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    2022.36.5 Update: sounds and clicking while installing update

    I installed the 2022.36.5 a few days ago and happened to walk by the car and there was a fury of strange clicking from the front of the car. It was quite rapid. Scary sounding. I presume this was from the climate octavalve. Was this normal? Has anyone else noticed this? So far, no apparent problems.
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    Corded Mobile Connector Button Not Opening Charge Port Door

    Update: I'm thinking this is a not fully awake condition. I just returned from driving it and the button opened it right up. It seems to behave differently from the Mobile Connector that came with the car which always opened the door.
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    Corded Mobile Connector Button Not Opening Charge Port Door

    Yes, I'm right there by the door. I'm thinking it's fully awake but I will make sure and try it. Thanks for the idea.
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    Corded Mobile Connector Button Not Opening Charge Port Door

    That's kinda where I'm at. It's not a show stopper. All I have to do is tap the door for it to open but when you buy something, you want it to be fully functional.
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    Corded Mobile Connector Button Not Opening Charge Port Door

    The Corded Mobile Connector was available for a short time a few days ago and I was able to get ahold of one. However, the button on the plug will not open the charge port door. So far, I've been just tapping the door and it opens fine. Is there something I can do to allow this to work? Pressing...

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