Does this message mean MCU1 is now maxed out - faulty?
And some people that respond to the message by doing as it directs 'schedule service" are being told, naw, it's not failing - it will be okay.
Maybe I'll be offered a discount on MCU2?
@Vegas, Why would they offer you a discount? I've seen no reports here from anyone - anywhere that they extended a discount for that message. By all means, ask. But don't be disappointed if they don't.Thanks MP3Mike and Akikiki.
Maybe I'll be offered a discount on MCU2? - I'm going ahead in any case - plan to keep car for another 5 years, so I'm future proofing.
2015 MS, MCU1/AP1, P90D
Why would they offer you a discount? I've seen no reports here from anyone - anywhere that they extended a discount for that message. By all means, ask. But don't be disappointed if they don't.
Your rationale is fine, but it's not what they do. Lots of people have asked, or demanded, or jumped up and down and held their breath until they turned blue.My rationale was that, if MCU1 needs to be replaced under warranty it would cost Tesla $x. So perhaps they may charge me MCU2 - $x.
Probably not, and like I said earlier, I'm going ahead with it anyway ($4,000 AUD) - I'll ask though.
Just reach out to your SC and askHey everyone. Sorry I haven't read every post in this thread but just tried to catch up on the last few pages...I have one of the configurations of Model S that was NOT able to be upgraded up until recently (AP 1.0, no power lift gate). I just checked the Tesla infotainment upgrade page and the little chart showing which cars are eligible is missing. I'm hoping this means my car is eligible now...has anyone with this configuration gotten their infotainment computer upgraded?
As we predicted... Tesla may now be forced to do the right thing for its customers.
With a 158,000 Model S/X vehicles now requiring some kind of service (less those already fixed), Tesla service is going to be slammed once they start this. This is going to hurt those without the problem.