Submitted by wickrem on February 25, 2020
My warning light on my Tesla MS with 49,000 miles has “Acceleration reduced” warning light. The car is also making drive unit noises, hissing grinding noise, inverter noise. Tesla forwarded me an estimate invoice. I want to know why I am getting charged $1032 for the pyro fuse and contactors which are in the battery pack and which should be under the 8 yr warranty.
-Field kit pyro fuse pack 1089619-00-D $340
-Contactors connector 1064696-01-B $110
-Assembly harness contactors 1067510-00-A $16
The service appointment is on feb 29 at Augora hills California. Shouldn’t this issue be fixed under warranty like the drive unit problem. Also why am I getting charged when other with the same issue have gotten the issue fixed free and or A revised part of the pyro fuse and the contactors where replaced earlier under a revision campaign. Attached is the estimate invoice.
Please can some one from Tesla let me know why am I charged or would anyone know what I am being charged for. Is there a class action lawsuit on these that I am not aware.