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Salvage P90DL refresh, air suspension stores crash data?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by ce2078, Mar 5, 2017.

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  1. ce2078

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    I am in the final stages of repairing a late 2016 P90DL and discovered the air suspension doesn't want to work. I have cleared the crash data from the air bag module and it's OK. Factory mode shows 'TAS_w025_CrashEvent'. Anyone have any experience with repairing a refreshed MS that deployed airbags? Seems they recently switched from the Continental module to a Tesla module.
     
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  2. Loverman

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    I have a model X airbag module that I need to reprogram as well as a suspension that doesn’t work. PM me if you can assist.
     
  3. dennisvab

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    Where did you get your module cleared? I heard someone say that some folks don’t clear the data on the Tesla modules correctly. Maybe this could be your issue?
     
  4. ce2078

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    Still trying to get this one resolved. I *can* properly clear crash data from the SRS module but I have not figured out how to clear the crash data stored in the newer style TAS. Anyone have any ideas? Likely just a CAN command.
     
  5. Qurix

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    Hi any news in the subject ? Have same problem... Car is repaired drives and suspension stuck... Red light warning.... Do i have to clear crash data ? Really ? How ? Where is airbag sensor located in X ?
     

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