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Should I accept the answer!

Discussion in 'Model S' started by aollivierre, Sep 19, 2018.


Should Tesla fix it?

  1. Yes

  2. No

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  1. aollivierre

    aollivierre Member

    Aug 8, 2017
    When I purchased my model s, I was excited. I am still somewhat excited about the car until I have to take it for service. The good thing, I purchased a certified pre owned vehicle. It has saved me a great deal of spin buying a car with this service option. I am quickly approaching 100k miles so I need to make sure I get everything fixed. The last two items I’ve had to fight to replace and I have yet to win. But I am not stopping. What do you guys think?

    Windshield is in my opinion, potentially de-glueing. And my seats are cracking for a 2014. Can I win to have either items replaced? Attached is the picture of my windshield. Tell me what you think....

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  2. tranzndance

    tranzndance Member

    Sep 10, 2017
    Bay Area
    Is Tesla refusing to fix it at all or will fix it only if you pay?
  3. johnster007

    johnster007 Member

    Jan 23, 2013
    Minneapolis, MN
    Windshield should be fixed if it’s original OEM and installed by Tesla. Leather cracks are normal wear and tear IMHO.
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