I haven't found anything in the forum that matches this particular behavior, perhaps because it ought to go in the Embarrassing Discoveries thread...
3 times now over the past couple of weeks I walk up to the car and it unlocks just fine. Surprising, I know. But then I get in and hit the start...
1986 Ford Escort
1994 Chevy S10
1998 Saab 9.3
2002 Saab 9.3
2006 Acura TSX
2010 Mercedes C300
2012 BMW 650
2019 Tesla Model 3 Performance (stealth)
2022 Mach E
I made the switch from the ICE BMW to the Tesla primarily because there was nothing with a stick I liked/thought was reasonably priced...
“The electric car is perfectly noiseless and clean. There is no smell or vibration, and they should become very useful when fixed charging stations can be arranged.”
-Charles Rolls, 1900 (4 years before he met Henry Royce)
Just noticed the Ford logo. I thought it was kind of cool that there were no Ford markings, and thought maybe it was a bold step towards breaking the EVs out as a separate company.
Nope, I'm just oblivious.
Is it just me, or does it look off center/crooked? Could just be an optical delusion.
Put a piece of cheesecloth over the vent, see if it's blowing straight out of there (looks like it is based on the concentration on the back of the screen). Maybe they left a rag in the AC fan during construction.
Or Elmo. Could be either, really.
I have a Samsung Flip, and went to check the permissions for FP. For Location, the only option I have is to allow only while using the app (or ask every time/ don't allow, neither of which are really relevant options). IT doesn't even give me the option to allow all the time, which seems odd...
You first have to know that there's an option to lower the floor. I, for one, did not know that until I read it on these forums a week ago or so.
As soon as I did know, and saw those supports, I decided lowered will be its new permanent position.
If it happens again, try unplugging the charger from the wall and plugging it back in. If the charger then starts up, it's a charger problem.
If that doesn't work, it might be a problem at the breaker, which would likely be a loose connection in the breaker box, which is something you would...
YES! Was even about to start this very thread, but coupled with the rubbed spot forming on the speaker grill by my left knee. Not sure how long it will be before I wear a hole in the fabric there (or crush the grill on a hard right turn)
The only thing that saves ours is it's a hybrid, so the electric motor cleans up a lot of the mechanical ICE slop. In the end, I prefer it to my wife's old (but still here) tricked out Q7.
She used to call me a moron for complaining about the slop in an ICE, until she got her Taycan. Now she...