I've had a lot of little issues with my model S over the last 16 months. But the Horn going out, really? How bad is Tesla's build quality that the stupid horn is starting to go out?? Aside from some squeaks and rattles I've had the following major problems with my 2015 S 85 D - Autopilot 1.0 camera fails in cold weather @ 7700 miles - Frunk molding & front bumper sagging @25,500 miles - Condenser fans failing & front bumper sagging AGAIN @ 33,900 miles - Passenger Rear door handles wont present @ 34,350 miles - GPS Harness Loose and Driver rear door handle wont present @ 35,150 miles - Broken armrest & loose seats @ 36,900 - Seats Pending parts 10 weeks after loose seat was found & counting - Wont fully Charge to 100% & slow charging @ 39,650 miles - Pending battery replacement (approved 4 weeks after issue found) - 12V battery replaced @ 39,670 miles TODAY @ 40,700 miles the ****ing horn sounds like it's being chocked out. My wife and I could not help but laugh our ass off. Now before the nasty comments come in, I completely understand that Tesla is still a new company and is still figuring things out. And I know their quality improvements get implemented far faster than any other manufacturer. I knew what I was getting into when I bought the car and the main reason I wanted a couple of years to get an S. What is my point? All of this would be OK if I could get into service in a reasonable amount of time All of this would be OK if I could get part replacement in days or week not Months All of this would be OK if I could call to get into service without being told NO I've been waiting for seats for almost 2.5 months now with no update. My battery is having issues and it took a month just to get a battery replacement approved, still waiting to hear on when I will get a new battery. I offered to just drop off my car to help escalate the need to have the battery replaced and was told no. With the Horn starting to fail I wonder what else is going to show up and how long those will take to fix.