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    2014-12-07, 09:11 PM
    Yes, Interstellar would be a good choice while charging. Plenty of time.
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    2014-12-07, 09:05 PM
    Henry, I sent email using the Send Email option on your username tag, but did not see a response yet. I would also like to get the CAN SR.
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    2014-12-03, 01:25 PM
    Before the feature to switch modes by tapping on the VDS was implemented, it was possible to switch modes (perhaps only on 2.x?) by turning the key...
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    2014-12-03, 01:10 PM
    slcasner replied to a thread Glass Roadster Top in Roadster
    There is a little triangular flap of rubber that is part of the drain on the A pillar at the top front corner of the window. When you install the...
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    2014-11-27, 05:43 PM
    It might be possible to loosen the cable clamp and push the wires back in so the outer insulation can be supported again. But at least what they did...
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    2014-11-27, 05:38 PM
    slcasner replied to a thread Glass Roadster Top in Roadster
    Tesla sells (or at least did sell) a cover for Tesla's own top. I have one for mine (the Sig100s included the hard top). it would be a little...
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    2014-11-26, 10:05 PM
    Glad to hear your trip worked out smoothly!
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    Hi, I came across your post on TMC and curious if you can help. I'm trying to remove the front license plate holder on my 1.5 roadster but haven't had any luck removing the plastic flathead screw that mounts the stainless steel front plate holder to the vertical mounting rod that's located behind the front grill of the tesla. I tried to turn the screw (even with 2 screw drivers) but the flathead slot is deforming.... plastic is not good for a flathead screw head!

    Your post below you mentioned you designed a plate that could be similar. Do you know how I can get this darn plastic screw off? I don't want to shear and retap the threads but it may look that way if there's no solution. Thanks! Dennis from Santa Cruz.
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