@jcanoe - thank you for the full details (and sorry if that was in the other threads - might need to make that on the front page )There isn't a Tesla customer process for checking if your vehicle is affected by a service bulletin except by contacting the service department. Tesla service will apply any needed updates to your vehicle at the next service appointment. I.e. if your vehicle is not experiencing any HVAC issues, at the next service appointment Tesla may replace the pressure/temperature sensors in your vehicle depending on the VIN.
This is similar to the way other auto manufacturers handle engineering change notices. The dealership's service department is not required to apply an ECN change to the customer's vehicle unless the customer has experienced an issue that is addressed by the ECN for the vehicle. The dealer may be required to confirm the problem with the vehicle before applying the change.
Recall notices are handled under a different process. Recalls are either safety related or emissions related. For an EV you can bet that any recall will be safety related. Even then, manufacturers may not have to complete the necessary repairs quickly depending on the availability of needed parts. I.e., Takata air bags were used in millions of vehicles, were later recalled. In some cases it was years before the defective Takata air bags were replaced. Vehicles registered in states with high levels of humidity, coastal areas were made the priority for the Takata airbag replacement program.