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Model Y Service Bulletins

artnalex

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May 31, 2020
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Just had 3 PT sensors (heat pump) replaced as part of service request (UI_0006 error).
 

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PagodaY

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Dec 23, 2019
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Hudson Valley, NY
I wish everyone who has had this work done, or experienced the problem, would post their VIN#s. I know there is no sequence to VIN/production date, but at least we can get a crowd-determined time frame for these issues.
My MY does not have the greatest heat, sometimes it gets cold in the car, sometimes the heat works fine. I don't know if I should schedule a visit to my local service center, one I have no inclination to trust to fix the issue without either creating more issues or not doing the work in a timely manner.
Is there any way for Tesla to remote diagnose these issues?
VIN 480xx
 
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Snow Drift

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I wish everyone who has had this work done, or experienced the problem, would post their VIN#s. I know there is no sequence to VIN/production date, but at least we can get a crowd-determined time frame for these issues.
My MY does not have the greatest heat, sometimes it gets cold in the car, sometimes the heat works fine. I don't know if I should schedule a visit to my local service center, one I have no inclination to trust to fix the issue without either creating more issues or not doing the work in a timely manner.
Is there any way for Tesla to remote diagnose these issues?
VIN 480xx
VIN 32XXX

You have to remember these cars are from California. I find that outside of winter, until 74 deg F the car (even our old Model 3) will blow coldish air. If you want to be warmer, go 74+ and then dial it back.
 
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DayTrippin

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Apr 30, 2021
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Jax
Do the cars built after the TSB's are issued have the corrections done at the factory? Or is there a chance your newly delivered car will have outstanding service bulletins that needa addressed?
 

jf64k

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May 9, 2020
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Los Angeles
Data point:

A motorcycle broke the passenger mirror while lane splitting a couple of days ago. Made a service appt to have it replaced, and the estimate automatically included the replacement of the P/T sensors. My VIN is 35xxx. 2020 MY LR.

I‘ve never had any issues with cooling or heating, but I’ll take the upgraded parts just the same, haha!!
 

hgp57

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Feb 19, 2021
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waterloo ontario
Took my 2021 MY LR into the Kitchener SC to have some trim work fixed and while I was there I ask if my vin 140,XXX was included in the sensor fix bulletin.
He looked it up in the system and said nope its not on the list.
We ordered the car March 3rd 2021 and received it on March 15th
 

andaconda

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Apr 3, 2021
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Took my 2021 MY LR into the Kitchener SC to have some trim work fixed and while I was there I ask if my vin 140,XXX was included in the sensor fix bulletin
He looked it up in the system and said nope its not on the list.
We ordered the car March 3rd 2021 and received it on March 15th
We picked up our March build on the 22nd of March with the same vin as yours. Our heat failed on the FIRST day we drove it. About froze on the 450 mile trip home with it. The following week they picked it up by flatbed, and trucked it 300 miles one way to have it fixed, and returned it 3 days later.
 

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