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Discussion in 'Model Y' started by Brown1428, Sep 8, 2020.
Someone made a run to Home Depot to make Q2 numbers:
You got the new Battery Day breakthrough!
I’ve always wondered what it would be like to pay full price for an engineering prototype
Wow. Where exactly is this and how did you get to it to see it?
I spent considerable time fixing my own panel gaps after Tesla refused. This was under the cowling in the frunk.
So really no way to check this without removing the frunk insert?
You have to remove the cowling and the frunk insert, although I wouldn’t recommend doing it just to look for this. The only reason I did it was to tweak the fenders and headlights that were horribly misaligned.
I will bet that the shorts would love that picture. That should be reported to the NTSB Is that an item that gets very hot? If it is that is dangerous..
Looks almost like transportation protection for the individual part and someone on the line said "not my job" and just moved it forward.
I’ve seen the green plastic in pictures of other cars, so I think if that assembly generated/dissipated significant amounts of heat it would melt the green plastic. Not really concerned about it from a safety perspective but would love to know if I should be.
Has anyone else had a look? Maybe this is standard issue.
It is one of the coolant to refrigerant heat exchangers. It will get hot (battery pack temp plus some delta), but not hot hot.
You found the LCC. What's the big deal?
The Tesla Model Y's Octovalve And Cooling System Manifolds Are Simply Amazing
All very helpful, thank you.
Is it a big deal that Tesla used faux wood trim during assembly of my vehicle? No. Is it funny? Yes, yes it is!
I’d probably think it was funnier had I not had to spend 10 + hours disassembling and reassembling my vehicle to correct the gaps and alignment.
well the only thing that matters....did you fix/correct the gaps? =]
I did, for the most part. My car was a particularly bad example. My SC seriously damaged the car on their last attempt to fix the doors, so I decided to adjust every bolt-on panel on the car myself. I'm pleased now that I can finally enjoy the car instead of obsessing over poor workmanship!
You forgot to explain the functionality of the wooden trim
I have it too! My Vin is 19X and I took this picture as HomeLink was being installed. Sorry for crappy photo. It's the best I have.
Mine has exactly the same thing. Serial number 23XXX