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Components in the trunk

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Hornedfrog1, Feb 13, 2018.

  1. Hornedfrog1

    Hornedfrog1 Member

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    Ninth trip to the trip to the SVC for problems in 15 months. This time we are dealing with more radio and phone connectivity issues, again, my odometer resetting to zero, what seems to be a low powered hvac unit, and scariest of all, a steering problem. When I looked at my mobile tesla app, to see if my car was in the shop or sitting outside, at 10 pm my car showed that the trunk and trunk were open. Obviously they need to be in the trunk to figure out the steering and check the hvac unit but does anyone know what components Are in the trunk? Why would they be in there?
     
  2. jplasmd

    jplasmd Member

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    Perhaps to access the AM/FM antenna, booster, and filter located in the liftgate.
     

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