I'm logged into my Tesla account and went to the Shop under Model S and went to the details section of the Model S Key Fob. It says "Note: Compatible with Model S vehicles produced in 2021+." My Model S is a 2023. But, on the top, it also says "Accessory is not compatible with any of your vehicles". I do not remember this being there when I order the fob... I'm just wondering why it has both these statements when I'm logged into my account and it clearly shows my 2023 Model S as my car. Curious...I bought a new fob from Tesla for my new 2023 MS, followed instructions for adding fob as a key, the car chimed when pairing was complete. I've done this twice. Chimed both times. But fob doesn't work. I've tried pressing to open the trunk, frunk, and unlock. This is my third MS, I know how fobs work. I'm curious why the car chimed when pairing was complete but the fob doesn't work... Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Thanks very much!Return the FOB you bought online- obviously the web site is not up to speed to get the right part number. Contact the service center- give them your serial number and ask them to order you the proper FOB to match the 2023 Model S. Part numbers are specific to the NFC transmitter/receiver installed in your car. Good luck- we tried 3 different FOBS that were on the shelf and none worked. Once we got with the service advisor- got it solved in 14 days