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There's a private wifi for Tesla cars
yup, that means it is detecting a lot of abnormal voltage drop for the current drawn.
pending now! :)
Sold my S so I'm selling the 21" turbines I had on it (changed to 19s for road trips).
tires already mounted, though the wear is getting close...
meh, looks like a pr hoax. why were they filming? why would they AP on an undivided road?
I have that same exact problem, but my remote is significantly stronger than my vehicle homelink.
If you don't want yours, I'd love a spare as a gag gift :)
that's awesome! I wonder how other common vehicles do?
Easy solution, retrofit option! :D
I was offered free 2 years of inspections (not service) by my OA.. bah.
well, you're going to hate this photo then. Apologies for the quality..
there go my worries! alas, my big brake dreams are shattered.
alright, now how about P3D- folks? :)
I sure wish they'd have used the same tires as the first test with the beta code, multiple variables makes things messy.
I have pretty much the same appearance on mine, and it is blue as well.
hm, photo did not load?
which ssd? I'm thinking a desktop ssd has capacitors in it which may be gracefully shutting down.
what'd you use to wrap the handles? I want to do that with mine :)
that would effectively not penalize Tesla as much, as then the credit would be spent with them.
this is normal behavior as the neural net is still learning, from what I've been reading.
The main concern is from someone in a model 3 crash reporting they got cut on the center screen. unfortunately there are no photos that I'm aware...
would a metal piece added to the screen mount like that change how you would impact the screen in a crash? (or vice versa)?
that's how a hunk of chrome works, unfortunately.
except there's no latch or lock :P
better off sharing build date. I'm pretty sure it's because they stopped using flufferbot.
you might trip on the charge cable?
what do you have it linked to? I wouldn't want it on all the time
Battery doesn't cost that much anyways... my money is that the OEM decided to sell that for themselves. To be honest, that's still a high price...
I actually made a mobile service appointment through the website for Nov 5, but I was contacted by them earlier last week. I made the appointment...
careful there. AP V1 had a lot of similar claims that never happened. no upgrades or refunds happened.
I have a mobile service appointment to get mine replaced today 10/22. looking forwards to it.
I've seen plenty of times on bay area (california) highways where there have been multiple inches of water on the highways.
every single electric car I've driven has made an electric whine when accelerating
You checked around yourself but didn't notice a Model S? o_O
I see no point in showing off to other people, but I'll punch it at red lights and...
My guess is AP1. Switching to in-house on AP2 really set them back for quite some time, imo.
You're kidding me, right? Teslafi API reports Vehicle values from the JSON API.
teslafi reports based on what the tesla reports...
it is, make sure to enable sleep mode. what teslafi is doing is effectively pinging the car to stay awake 24/7
They remove the center caps if you remove the aero covers and install this kit:
Model 3 Aero Wheel Cap Kit
wait, at least for my purpose I should not use a wet application method. I'm going to be doing the matte install and I believe it's the Avery...
is there any reason why we don't use a little bit of soapy water for the install?
Flawless phone as key, samsung note 8. I'm very surprised due to all the complaints on this forum.
Mine did not come with it mounted, no paper "zero emissions" plate so no point.
that's going to be a very big sandbar that can do 50kW ;)
most of the bay area tinting/wrapping companies are very backlogged now :(
my experience in the S has been pretty efficient ~330 W/mi air con on or off.
that's what pin to drive is for if you're really worried ;)
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence.
this is a very common break in style for the tesla model s, and now clearly the same for the model 3.