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    @Vgr While the first possible date is this Thursday, I called Tesla and the rep said the cars (at least my car and maybe all Vancouver cars) are still in California awaiting transportation and might not be here for a Thurs delivery. That's ok with me as Thurs won't work for me. The rep also had no details re BC reg, insurance, CEV, total due, payment etc. and said he was going to be in a meeting re Cdn deliveries tomorrow and would get back to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardC View Post
    The car will have to be re-programmed each time the tires are changed with the codes for the other TPMs (there is only storage for one set at a time). We should press to have access to the TPM data so that we don't need to go to the service depot to get re-programmed twice a year (I have been doing this for years with our Prius' and it is a pain, and frequently done incorrectly).
    There is a chicken dance to do it yourself in the Prius (mine were made before TPMS). For the Tesla, right now the only way is to purchase the $500 device to set the TPMS. Because that's a bit expensive for an individual, perhaps you can get other Model S owners in your area to chip in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by znino View Post
    When i spoke to the Delivery specialist today he said they had identified a possible location for a delivery event for the province of Quebec. He said this would likely be in Laval. I guess you would still make it
    Of course he would make it to Quebec!!! In case his car is not fully charged at delivery, he will have to stop at my home in Trois-Rivieres to «top off» his charge ... I have the only CS-90 (70 Amps continuous) charger at 240V (there is 2 others, but they are at «only» 208V) ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry33 View Post
    There is a chicken dance to do it yourself in the Prius (mine were made before TPMS). For the Tesla, right now the only way is to purchase the $500 device to set the TPMS. Because that's a bit expensive for an individual, perhaps you can get other Model S owners in your area to chip in.
    The Roadster TPMS device is listed on the store at $500 but it's $750 in Canada according to my Ranger. Not sure what the pricing is on the Model S version, but I'm told it also works for the Roadster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug_G View Post
    The Roadster TPMS device is listed on the store at $500 but it's $750 in Canada according to my Ranger. Not sure what the pricing is on the Model S version, but I'm told it also works for the Roadster.
    Good Grief! There should be some way to do this through the touch screen. Even my 2009 ICE has a provision for the user to do this in the absence of a dealer tool (it'll blink the appropriate front or rear turn signal at the corner you're registering and cycle through all four corners).

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    Or just ignore the error message for the 3 months of the year you have snow tires on.

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    Hopefully the system works better the the Roadster's. After a few days of not seeing the sensors it decides to forget about them, and then they don't work when you switch the wheels back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
    Or just ignore the error message for the 3 months of the year you have snow tires on.
    Or 6 months.
    +1 to getting a touchscreen app for reprogramming sensors. No reason not to.

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    Did any of you in Toronto or Ontario finalize your car for home delivery and then still get the email to possible select the delivery event instead? I'm trying to determine if having selected Personal Home Delivery prevented the delivery event email option to come in after for you or not. Guess the same question for he Vancouver people. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBF View Post
    Or 6 months.
    +1 to getting a touchscreen app for reprogramming sensors. No reason not to.
    It is 0 months here in Victoria so I was splitting the difference with you!

    Most manufacturers do not allow end users to reset the TPMS. I don't know if that is because TPMS is now mandated as a safety merchanism or they just want to save themselves thousands of support calls and visit when users buy the wrong sensors or have them improperly mounted.

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