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[Web app] What does the option codes for your car mean?

Discussion in 'Model S: Ordering, Production, Delivery' started by frosken, Jan 29, 2015.

  1. Jonas_man

    Jonas_man Member

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    Here's my codes:
    MDLS,REEU,ADPX2,ADX4,ADX6,ADX7,ADX8,AF02,AU00,BC0B,BP00,BR00,BS00,BTX4,CDM0,CF01,CH04,PBSB,CW02,DA02,DCF0,DRLH,DSH7,DV4W,FG02,HP00,IDBA,IX01,LP01,ME02,MI01,PA00,PF00,PI01,PK00,PS01,PSPX4,PX00,QNEB,RFP2,SC01,SP01,SR01,ST02,SU01,TM00,TP03,TR00,UTAB,WTAS,WXW1,WXW2,WXW3,X001,X003,X007,X011,X014,X021,X025,X027,X028,X031,X037,X039,X044,YFFC,COFI

    I think i found some more not on the website:
    ST02 = heated steering wheel, because ST01 is no heated steering wheel. (I have heated)
    BC0B = normal brakes, because BC0R = red calipers, (i have normal grey ones)
    UTAB = maybe dark headliner or alcantara, because UTZW = light headliner (i have dark alcantara)
    COFI = Finland, based on the others (mine is in Finland)

    Also not found on the website (not complete):
    MDLS, REEU, QNEB, SC01, SR01, TP03, X001, X021, X039
     
  2. Grunk

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    FYI - I found these options codes for a not-yet-delivered Model 3. They include two not listed in the options web site - SU3C and AU3P.
    AD15,MDL3,PBSB,RENA,BT37,ID3W,RF3G,S3PB,DRLH,DV2W,W39B,APF0,COUS,BC3B,CH07,PC30,FC3P,FG31,GLFR,HL31,HM31,IL31,LTPB,MR31,FM3B,RS3H,SA3P,STCP,SC04,SU3C,T3CA,TW00,TM00,UT3P,WR00,AU3P,APH3,AF00,ZCST,MI00,CDM0
     
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  3. Stephanvs

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    Here are my codes:

    I also have the CW02 (Subzero Weather Package) and the ST01 (Non-heated Leather Steering Wheel) so I think maybe the descriptions are confusing?

    I also have the SC04 (Pay-per-use Supercharging) even though I have used a referral code. I initially ordered without using the referral link, but sales support updated my order with the referral before the grace period passed. So I'm positive confident that eventually I'll be able to supercharge for free :)
     
  4. Stephanvs

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    Forgot to actually include my codes, so here they are: AD15,AF02,AH00,APF1,APH3,APPB,AU01,BCMB,BP00,BR00,BS00,BTX5,CC04,CDM0,CH05,COUS,CW02,DRLH,DSH5,DU00,DV4W,FG02,FMP6,FR01,GLFR,HC00,HP00,IDCF,INBPP,IX00,LLP1,LP01,LT5P,MDLX,ME02,MI02,PF00,PI01,PK00,PPSW,QLPP,RCX0,RENA,RFPX,S02P,SC04,SP00,SR06,ST01,SU01,TIC4,TM00,TR01,TRA1,TW01,UM01,USSB,UTSB,WT20,X001,X003,X007,X011,X013,X021,X025,X026,X028,X031,X037,X040,X042,X043,YFFC
     
  5. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    That certainly is strange and has to be a coding error.
     
  6. Superendo

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    What is the code for HW 2.5 or for HW2.0?
     
  7. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    APH3 is for AP2.5
    APH2 or APPA is AP2.0
     
  8. Superendo

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    02E65CCF-5095-423A-BAA8-8802EC98BFBB.jpeg
    I have got APPB I think
     
  9. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    You asked for AP 2 or 2.5 hardware.

    APPB is EAP— that’s software that runs on both.
     
  10. Superendo

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    BD4A7ED9-B3A5-43FA-8EB6-8F90000FBC99.jpeg

    That is all I get. Maybe I am doing something wrong.


     
  11. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    Where are you getting the above info from?
     
  12. Superendo

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    I get this info from my Tesla page: rightcklick on the picture of my car and copy it to options.teslastuf.net
     
  13. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    Try using the option lookup tool link in my sig line below.
     
  14. Superendo

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    Thnx,,

    Do i read this right? My car has been produced in 2016? and no info HW2.0 or HW2.5
    I ordered my car 23 September 2017

    Sorry to botter you but now i am flabbergasted.

    This is what your site shows:

    Extracted Options List: APPB, CH04, DRLH, FG02, MI01, PI01, COL2, PPSB, RFP2
    Accessories
    FG02 Exterior Lighting Package
    PI01 Premium Upgrades Package

    AutopilotAPPB Enhanced Autopilot

    ChargingCH04 High Amperage Charger Upgrade

    ColorCOL2 Metallic
    PPSB Deep Sea Blue

    ModelDRLH Left Hand Drive
    MI01 2016 production (1)

    RoofRFP2 All Glass Panoramic Roof v2

    Option codes supplied by
    EV-CPO.com
     
  15. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    You can ignore the MI01 2016 production (1) code.

    My records show that I added code for AP2.5 in August of 2017. So it's likely your car has AP2.5, but without the rest of the option codes (you can get them all from TeslaFi), I can't tell you for sure.

    The link you use from the image only has option codes to produce the car images, not all option codes for your car.
     
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  16. Superendo

    Superendo Member

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    Hank thanks,

    I will stop to nag. You don’t have to apply torque on the steering wheel ;) to stop me.


    I will wait and see.

    Sincerely Rene.
     
  17. HankLloydRight

    HankLloydRight No Roads

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    No worries! I'm happy to help.
     
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