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  1. zoltarp

    2013 car mystery wire

    I took the bottom shroud off my car to get a look at my headlight and found this laying on top of the shroud. Any ideas on where it was supposed to go?
  2. R

    Wire hanging under passenger seat?

    Hi, does anyone know what this wire is or where it goes?
  3. jebinc

    Wire gauge (AWG) for HPWC (Telsa Wall Connector)

    Hello all, I believe 6 gauge, stranded, is all one needs for a 60 amp circuit with 48 amps continues draw (HPWC) - for distances less than a certain amount of feet. My installation will be 35 running feet of wire from my main panel and I was thinking of going with 4 gauge wire (actually 4/3...
  4. willow_hiller

    Mystery cable hanging underneath glove box?

    Today I took the piece of trim under my glove box off to check the HW version (definitely HW2.5 for a late March SR+, if anyone's curious). There was also some sort of connector just hanging loose in there; it looked like some sort of multi-pin clip with only 1 or 2 wires going to it. I tried...
  5. D.E.

    Does the S steer by wire?

    Does the S steer by wire? I'm trying to rationalize the comfort/normal/sport steering ratio options. David
  6. Naonak

    18awg wire for HPWC Master/Slave

    I have installed a second HPWC in my garage and I'm upgrading my circuit to a 100a to feed both chargers. I plan on putting the signaling wire between the two - the manual calls for an 18awg TP shielded wire. Does anyone know what the best wire to use for this is? I have tons of CAT5e and CAT6...
  7. mnx

    Electric Cable for sale in Ontario 4C 2AWG 80 feet

    Selling 80ft of 4 conductor 2 AWG Teck Cable. $500obo This is a deal for my fellow Tesla owners as it retails for >12$ per foot! Pictures on kijiji @ 80ft 4C 2AWG Teck Cable - Hamilton Buy Sell Items - Kijiji Hamilton It's overkill for a HPWC installation, but if you're putting in a subpanel...

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