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Cabin noise after accident

Discussion in 'Model S' started by skris, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. skris

    skris New Member

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    I had my first accident 2 days ago :( Rear ended another car. Bumper needs replacement. Before I go to the body shop, I wanted to have Tesla take a look at the car to make sure there was no structural damage. I may be imagining things, but I'm feeling like there's more noise in the cabin then before. Is there a way to verify this?
     
  2. ticopowell

    ticopowell Member

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    You could get a decibel meter, I'm sure amazon has them. Then compare your car to another car and see the noise level difference.
     

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