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Repair for LED strip that is out in headlight?

My passenger side headlight’s LED strip is out. I believe I have heard of others having this issue. It isn’t software related as I’ve had a couple updates since. I’m sure the service center would just replace the entire headlamp assembly. I’m looking for a solution to repair it, if it makes sense to. I do not have any warranty coverage from Tesla. I outlined above the strip in black.
 

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Yes, it gets replaced by Tesla with an updated part number that presumably doesn't have the issue.

Not sure of your circumstances and why you don't have a warranty, but I think you'll either need to pay tesla to do it or purchase the assembly and do it yourself. I believe it requires removing the bumper to replace.

Here is the new headlight part number that they replaced my defective unit with.

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