That appears to be a "Customer Service Campaign" not a recall.Recalls happened for issues not even related to safety.
I had a CR-V with recall for possible rust on license plate holder and Nissan for other minor issue.
That appears to be a "Customer Service Campaign" not a recall.
2008 HONDA CR-V 4 DR AWD/FWD
Internet joke which seems to be real - do not trust users with numbers in name (because many of them trolls/bots)
Just to think about - that "issue" was found quite a time ago, no service bulletin or recall for that - maybe it's do a nothingburger...?
I have to say of all issues that detract from an otherwise awesome car this has to be the least meaningful, and by a significant margin. The Model Y is fantastic in too many ways to list, but some of the early cars (including mine) do exhibit a number of problems that stem from poor workmanship and ultimately take away from the ownership experience. This bot looks forward to time when these things are resolved and it can actually enjoy the car!
I agree with the explanation but I don't think it's irrational to be worried about this fix. That's probably a very expensive assembly. I predict that Tesla will change the design to eliminate the strap. When that happens I suppose someone could argue that they only redesigned it to eliminate the labor of the putting on the strap but I suspect that it's a real reliability issue. Only time will tell!
The new M3 and MY do not include Homelink and you actually have to purchase through online store and have mobile tech or service install. The cost including installation is US$300 (C$400).
I can't believe people are still defending Tesla on their bandaid fixes.
I think maybe I'll just get another S. Unless the Plaid models are going balsa wood too...
Except the MY isn't built in China yet (or if it is, it's only for China market consumption). All US MY's are built in the US of A.Don't know if anyone has already said this but it looks the wood pieces were added perhaps during shipping from China to the US. Tesla peeps then forgot to remove the band and the wood pieces. The condenser doesn't appear to jut up against anything so it was likely added ad hoc during the shipping process to keep them from damage.
Wow, this thread has turned into something else.... I have to say, as far as we know, I think the only MY with the wood pieces was the OP's car, correct?