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2013 Model S 85 Part Out

Discussion in 'Tesla Parts for Sale' started by TM Parts, Aug 13, 2018.

  1. TM Parts

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    Everything you see is available. Driver seat is bent back from the impact. Headliner is grey. Regular dash. Black Turbine wheels with a paint chip on rear right rim and slight curb rash on the front left.



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  2. Derek Kessler

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    What dash wood is that? Hard to tell from the low-res photo.
     
  3. TM Parts

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    I have to take it off and look at the sticker. I haven't seen it before.

    Looking at online photos actually, looks like lace wood.
     
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    How much for the center console?
     
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    Trim, sorry... how much for the center console trim.
     
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    How much for the headliner and all associated pieces (pillars, etc...) and are you willing to ship to 97223?
     
  8. TM Parts

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    The lacewood trim off of the center console?
     
  9. TM Parts

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    Possibly, I can talk to a friend who drives a semi truck up and down the west coast. If you are willing to meet him, somewhere along I5 then it's doable.

    I can send you some pictures if you'd like.
     
  10. strider

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    Hi there. How skilled are you at disassembly? I need the motor/solenoid that opens the driver's side rear door. At least I think I do. That door won't open. The window lowers when you pull the handle and if you use the emergency cable it opens just fine.
     
  11. ks808

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    Please do, I am right off of I5 in Portland, so that would not be an issue whatsoever.
     
  12. TM Parts

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    Fairly skilled. I have all the service manuals too, so that's not a problem. What's your production date? I can look and see if there may be a fuse for the door lock.
     
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    How much are you selling the rims for and what size wheels are those? Which ones aren't damaged? Please PM me.
     
  14. TM Parts

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    Pm'd
     
  15. digitalboi

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    I pmd you :)
     
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    How much for the wheels and tires if they haven’t sold?
     
  17. strider

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    Thanks! December, 2012.
     
  18. TM Parts

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    Check these two.
     
  19. strider

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    Thanks for the assist! Fuses are fine however. I'm pretty sure it's the motor/solenoid that unlatches the door. It worked perfectly. Then for a few weeks it would work sometimes. Now it won't work at all. That seems like a mechanical failure rather than an electrical one.
     
  20. TM Parts

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    Have you noticed it working when it's colder rather than hotter?
     

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