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  1. Model Y
    Tire pressure sensors for rear tires of Model Y display opposite tire readings. Right rear tire repaired after puncture and at that repair left rear checked for slow leak. No reason for slow leak found. Right puncture repair successful but still have slow leak in left rear tire. My main problem...
  2. Model 3: Maintenance & Repair
    Did you know that your tires may have come with a factory OEM warranty from Michelin? I sure didn't, but it just saved me $400 bucks! Last Saturday I got a nail in my tire. It was a slow enough leak that I drove it to Discount tire. It was non-repairable because it was too close to the side...
  3. Model 3: Charging
    Make sure you have enough air in your tires :) For the past 3 months, I've only managed to average around 240 Wh/mi no matter how "normal" my driving habits were. I still thought it was good, but when others were reporting much lower, I was wondering what I was doing wrong. Come to find out...
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