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Missing rubber on HVAC knob

Discussion in 'Roadster' started by MileHighMotoring, Oct 19, 2015.

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  1. MileHighMotoring

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    One knob is missing the rubber grip, and another's is loose. Any fixes, replacements for these? I'm afraid to ask Tesla their price. This is on a 2010 2.0.

    (Sorry if it's not clear, by HVAC I mean the Heat, A/C temperature knobs)
     
  2. wiztecy

    wiztecy Active Member

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    tvuolo Supporting Member

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    I bought a few packs of these: Radioshack - Products

    They are a bit large, but have a nice feel. I'll try to take a picture when I get back in town.
     
  4. MileHighMotoring

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    I remember you showed me those - I wasn't sure if the 2.0 was the same since they redesigned / relocated the climate controls a bit.
     
  5. jason.auch

    jason.auch Roadster Sport 2.5 #1071

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    Just bought one from Tesla for $51.25 cad each. :frown:

    I am debating making some knurled aluminum ones for the next time they break.
     
  6. spaceballs

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    Yeah I also bought some from Tesla a few years ago, not cheap.

    I saw an photo of the aftermarket ones here (I think Bill said they were from RadioShack)
    Will A Tesla Roadster-8708_zpsrszfp5cx.jpg Photo by Shifttech | Photobucket
     

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