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Fuse map

Discussion in 'Model X: Interior & Exterior' started by qadaemon, Oct 18, 2016.

  1. qadaemon

    qadaemon Member

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    Is there a published fuse map for the X? Tech support sent me a manual but there's nothing in there. My right front fog light and turn signal are out and I'm trying what I can before sending it back to the sc, given I just got it back this afternoon.

    Thanks!
     
  2. bwestlak

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    Can't help with fuse map, but my X is in for service with both front turn signals not working. After weeks of troubleshooting I was told there is an update on the turn signals requiring they both be replaced. Sounds like they may have internal current sensing? waiting for new parts.
     
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  3. ptsagcy

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    Join the party - my left front went out a month ago. After waiting 2 weeks for the parts, they replaced both light modules (turn signal/fog lamp). It was fine for a couple of weeks and now the right one went out. Waiting 4 days so far for the part.

    Some kind of design defect for sure.
     
  4. qadaemon

    qadaemon Member

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    I'm still waiting on replacement modules as well. Only pulled over for inop signal once so far, so I guess that's good. All the problems are honestly getting a bit ridiculous, but parts availability would significantly help.
     

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