Tell them you want a loaner. A warranty repair that takes more than a day or two is exactly when you should get one. And it should be as good as or better than the car you're having repaired. Then you can happily put miles on their loaner car and not worry about it while they take as long as they like. That's worked nicely for me in the past.Ugh. So sorry to hear @Spyderman09
I haven’t received an update from them since earlier in the week when they told me they were ordering the drive unit. Luckily for me, I’m heading off on vacation on Sunday for a week so it doesn’t matter for me if they don’t get the part. That said, I bet my wife that I wouldn’t get the car back until April. (Expect the worst hope for the best)
I couldn’t imagine dealing with this if it were my only car. Thanks for the stupid Uber credits Tesla! /facepalm.