Hi folks, Last month I got a few power train errors (with the ominous "service required" message), and ended up with two visits to the SC. First one they spent an hour doing a bit of de-leafing in the PEM, followed by a second visit for a complete yearly service, 4 months earlier than planned. They said the cleaned out a bunch more leaves and stuff, and gave the car a clean bill of health. Today on the way home I got what I think was an error ID of 1111. Hard to see while driving in traffic, and it want away on its own after a few seconds. Came back twice, also to disappear quickly. The table of errors (Roadster - Tesla Motors Club - Enthusiasts & Owners Forum) lists the earlier 1144, but not 1111. The issue occurred just as I was exiting the freeway here in town. The last few miles are up hill, then it's a nice down-hill exit ramp (40kw recharge for about 5-10 seconds). The first beep occurred right after that, and the next after turning onto the (level) street after the stop sign. All the temps on the VDS were well below the colored squares. The earlier 1144 errors seemed to occur after a hard acceleration, not regen. So, two questions: 1. Does anyone know what the 1111 error code refers to? 2. In situations like this, where they JUST completed a service, what sort of "warranty" to they give on follow-up repairs? The car is out of warranty, overall. These frequent trips to the shop are getting a bit annoying. My 21 year old ICE with 269,000 miles on it (Acura Integra GS-R) is much more reliable (though not nearly as fun to drive!). Seems like the car just wants attention. Thanks, Greg.