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I cringe every time i see an EV with _all_ the stickers applied.
It reminds me of that skittlespox kid.
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In other news, a handful of Model 3's and a Model X suddenly appear under CPO. "Low miles & minor imperfections"
I had to look up the email thread when I went through the process, but i received immediate and timely response. apparently there is a separate...
If your panel can support it, why not install both? Best of both worlds and also futureproof for the next EV.
Also need to consider how much your time is worth because you now have to allocate time out of your day to charge.
As others have said, at least...
I stumbled across this SC location today.
All empty stalls except one which was ICE'd :(
Have you tried from inside the the frunk and behind the front bumber?
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AFAIK changing the tires shouldn't require replacing the TPMS sensors. Did they say why they changed them?
Ask them to put the original sensors back.
It's been mentioned previously, but the double HOV lanes start in Palo Alto 6.5 miles north of the 85 HOV split and it's not unusual for non HOV...
Sorry. I think i fixed it. try again now?
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Video from my BlackVue yesterday at 8AM.
The barrier appears at the 30 second mark.
Does not look like it was...
“Good luck with sale”
No. We need a snowflake button.
FWIW, my wife’s GL350 does this too. I think it’s a feature of most vehicles with air/self-leveling suspension.
And yes, I’ve noticed it happen...
From the Waze support forum:
"The feature is not completely rolled out yet, it should all be sorted out soon."
Waze gains support for HOV lanes, motorcycles and voice activation
Personally I find this new feature especially useful when I visit SoCal...
Anyone know how bad this location was ICE’d today with the Black Friday shopping?
yes for both. that's how i do it.
if you have smart suspension, remember to enable 'jack mode' via the touch screen too.
Interesting. I've noticed this vibration as well on my 2013 P85. Haven't taken mine in for service yet, but plan to mention the vibration at next...
Just installed v8.1 2017.42 a88c8d5 over WiFi.
Release notes: "Minor fixes and improvements"
Just adding a different datapoint, Homelink on my 2013 has been rock-solid.
Have never had an issue with Homelink kicking in when approaching my...
If you're trying to log in with your Tesla provided Slacker account on the center display, you can't because it's the default account associated...
Short answer, yes. It's more than just replacing the individual sensors.
There is a corresponding receiver that also needs to be replaced in...
Yes. It is possible. Just ask.
While I was waiting for service at the Burlingame Service Center, I saw another Model S owner walk in, asked...
Updated to 17.24.28 on 6/23 via wifi at home.
Only noticeable difference is that I am seeing is "Systems are powering up, press brake when this...
I like my DIY version better. Samsung Gear 360 on Whispbar rack: (click on image for 360 view)
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There is a fitness gym right next door to that SC location.
And too often I've seen people park their Teslas at the SC then walk straight to...
Just spent 30 minutes going through their Instagram page. Looks like they do some amazing work, especially on Teslas.
I might be going down for a...
Yeah, that part number is the older Baolong sensor.
All of mine were replaced with the newer Continental sensors. Guess I got a lucky break from...
Also looking for a recommendation in the SF area, preferably along the Peninsula.
Interesting. When I had 2 failed sensors replaced, they had to replace all 4 sensors + receiver to the newer TPMS system.
See Firmware 8.0 - For...
It's a feature not available on every Model S. My 'classic' non-AP Model S P85 for example doesn't have it.
I don't know when permanent hill-hold...
It doesn't work because the Tesla account is already logged in by default. The 'sign-in' option is for personal/non-Tesla accounts only.
Multiple trips to the SC and no one has ever touched my cameras.
The techs simply place blue tape on the front & rear windows to obscure the...
....For the better I imagine. But a happy Tesla is still a connected Tesla.
Try Tesla's response here.
FAQ is your friend
Can the recordings be automatically uploaded on BlackVue Cloud?
Even if you use the feature, you are limited to the amount...
And not to nit pick (ok, i am), but HPWC != charger. It's a connector.
The charger is onboard and inside the car.
Just enabled the Alexa app. works great! thanks!
Firmware + TPMS sensors + TPMS ECU receiver (and programming to 'learn' the new sensors). That's pretty much it in the service invoice....
Except when I did have charging problems, it was user error and I didn't insert the plug all the way or not enough force.
Exact same situation for me. Was pleasantly surprised when I got the call from my SC tech advisor that they were upgrading me to the new style...
'Free' + $200 extended warranty deductible to replace the failing TPMS sensors + upgrade ECU. Also received brand new lug nuts, but no idea why.
My 2013 P85 received 17.8.16 at the Service Center last week. Not sure if it was a requirement for the TPMS replacement/upgrade, which...
My 2013 non-AP P85 was just at the SC for TPMS sensor replacement/upgrades (I now get the individual TPMS readings on my console) and I received...
Same with the Burlingame Service Center. Have always had great service and experience there.
My bad, I typo'd.
The quote does say 13.5kWh Powerwall 2 (AC).
It's for a sIngle Powerwall (10kWh).
I'll have to get more details on the price (what is actually included that justifies the...
Rarely lose power (knock-on-wood). Most likely for power shifting, but as @Merrill mentioned, i'm still evaluating if powerwall makes sense with...