I’m confident my Model X is a lemon now. I have had issue after issue since I bought it, and it only has 4000 miles and I’ve had it since May. Some issues: -I’ve needed the cooling system repaired TWICE. -The passenger door motor was busted the day I picked up the car. They let me drive off the lot with a broken door. Had to go back in and get that replaced with a day of owning it. -Driver seat wobbled (needed to put in brackets) -Trunk actuator suddenly didn’t work one day and needed to be replaced. -The car wasn’t installing the firmware updates of the software updates (for whatever reason, they never said why) -And now, and they still don’t know why it’s doing this, the entire front right of the car stops working. Right directional won’t go on, and when you signal for a right directional there’s no confirmation from the car with visual cues or sounds. Right headlight out. Left works fine, just the right one. Right front sensors aren’t detecting obstacles. Gives me a “limited autopilot” warning. The service tech said the last one he’s never seen before... great... My question is, why should I do about getting the car replaced under Lemon Law?