I got my Model S back in August of last year. I have driven it 23,000 miles. When I got the car I noticed the A/C cuts out and get the message that its being diverted to battery. At first the Tech said this is normal. When summer it, it was doing it would do this once a day and after 15 minutes. This is the 3rd time its been in the shop for this issue. They seem to have a hard time trying to figure it out, as I been out of a car near 2 weeks at one time. The loaners I had, have not had this issue occur at all. As I near lemon law at 24,000 miles that I am curious that it maybe time to declare Lemon Law on this and start the process. As much as I love the Model S, and I would get another upon replacement, but I also probably would have to get an attorney to recoup the state taxes that I had to pay separately from the vehicle and amount I would have to pay again when I get another Model S, summing to around $10k. So question is, has anybody had to do this with their Model S and as Tesla is hell bent on customer service were they more then helpful in the process? Over the year I had the tachometer(dash) go out and replaced. Rear tail light replaced(adhesive was coming undone Fans replaced A/C checked out 3 times with same issue.