I took delivery of my MS Signature last night and have obviously have a whale of a time since then. This is the first bunch of cars delivered into Sweden. I am happier than a pig is shit for the car, and, is it creating looks and comments!!!!
But here's something odd:
in my garage I have ceiling lamps with movement sensors, that is, when I open the door and walk in, all lamps light up. Then they close after some minutes, if there is no movement, indeed, if I stand stock still, they go out.
This works when the garage is empty or if my previos car, a Ford Focus, stood there.
When the Tesla S is standing there, the lights never go out, even though the car is standing absolutely still. This applies to whether the car is charging or not.
So the lights are on 24 hours a day.
How can this be? Electric radiation? Magnetic fields?
Grateful for advice - I don't want the lamps to burn and I don't want to park the car outside. Of course I can cut the fuse, but then I don't see anything when I want to...
Best - Robert von Bahr, Sweden