Part itself is $120. Labor is around $200 depending on what part of the country you’re in. In my case it was $170. So $320’ish in the case of reimbursement for those that paid for full MCU. Otherwise should be exact amt you paid for the daughter board replacement.I would understand if Elon mailed out cheques for $420, but has anyone figured out what $320 is supposed to represent?
I think my case was pretty extreme. On 6/26/20 the iphone app lost connection with the car. I didn't think too much about it, I figured it was my new VPN. But on 6/30/20 when I tried to drive the main screen was blank, so was the dash display. I tried multiple times to reboot/start the car but could not get any of the displays to come online. Unfortunately I have set up a passcode for driving, with a dead main screen I couldn't start. I had the car flatbedded to the Raleigh SC on 6/30 and the car was not fixed until 8/11/20. So yeah. it took that long. In the SC's defense they were moving to a new location (I did not know this until later) which may have slowed their work. Also, with my car dead the app doesn't work for communicating with Tesla. I had to navigate endless phone trees and occasionally reached a real human. Very frustrating experience.It took them that long to fit the MCU2 ?
Are you implying there is a connection? If so, perhaps greedy worked out well for you, service horrors being a small price to pay for the money you made on the stock?Well not really, I got the product before they turned greedy, I got the shares before they skyrocketed.
Yeah I feel like the CEO of a tobacco company, I like to see the product sales increase but the cost to long term customers can't be ignored.Are you implying there is a connection? If so, perhaps greedy worked out well for you, service horrors being a small price to pay for the money you made on the stock?