My main point is that what Gruber claims is a repair isn't actually a repair. It's nonsense. If theres a problem at the module level related to cells or cell fuses, that module is trash and by extension the rest of the pack is useless as a pack.
You can't just remove individual cells from the mix or otherwise replace modules or sub-components of a module and except the car to live happily ever after. The cell fuses are a safety mechanism designed to protect the module and pack from a cell failure causing a catastrophic failure (read: fire). They successfully do this. HOWEVER, once this safety is tripped and a fuse blown (or in the case of ignorant "repairs", cut) the module is shot. It may function for a bit before throwing a "Contact Tesla Service" error and even a bit after that before shutting down the vehicle with a hidden SoC imbalance error... but it will inevitably fail because it was never designed to function after such a failure happens.
Only Tesla _may_ have enough stock of recovered modules to possibly match one for use in a pack that needs a replacement. I have data on thousands of individual modules I've tested to-date, and none of them match closely enough that the BMS would be happy indefinitely if I mixed one into another group. Some are close enough that they'd last months, but none close enough to run error free forever.
So, what are your thoughts on my comments. Curious