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Wow, there is just a metric ton of complaints.

Some perhaps, are valid, and the consumer has exercised due diligence to figure it out.

Others seem to do their best to bury those threads with more complaints, most of the time those complaints don't appear to be real. To me, anyway.

Tesla Support has a LARGE presence on their Home page. Try it out.

https://www.tesla.com/support/do-it-yourself-guides

andy.connor.e | 31 décembre 2019

You're new here. You missed the metric shit load of complaints when the Model 3 got unveiled. You'll humble down soon enough.

TeslaTap.com | 31 décembre 2019

@Badger - Good find - I wasn't aware of the DIY guides - perhaps they are new.

jordanrichard | 31 décembre 2019

TT +1. These are new. Just another example of Tesla doing what another company wouldn’t do, help you sort things out so that you don’t have to come in for an appointment.

BadgerErickson | 1 janvier 2020

Yes, it is better than an Owner's Manual in the glovebox.

These vehicles are living documents, always changing and adapting, so we adapt with them.

The breadth of info. in the Support section here is astonishing. Just incredible when you take the time to look in it.

I like it.

jimglas | 1 janvier 2020

Bookmarked! thanks BE!

BadgerErickson | 3 janvier 2020

Yes Sir jim,

it's a jar of happiness!!!