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"Having the heating stop working completely in your brand new Tesla is not only an annoyance, but it may even be a safety/health risk if you happen to live in a place where the winters are harsh and temperatures fall way below freezing point. Well, that’s exactly what seems to be going on right now with the very latest 2021 MY Model 3 and Model Y, both of which feature the new (and much talked-about) heat pump."

"Hi everyone. I just traded my 2018 M3 for a 2021 Model 3 performance last week. I am having issues with my heater. It doesn’t work. Is this a new issue? I never had issues with my 2018 but I know they changed something on the 2021 heat pump? I have an appointment late this week but wondered if anyone has come across this yet?"
 

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This has been widely reported. My own M3 is currently in the Edinburgh SC waiting for a part for the heat pump to fix this problem. It may take a few weeks for the part to arrive. In the meantime I have a Model S loan car.
 

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The biggest problem is that the windows steam up, in cold conditions, and you cannot see to drive!!
 
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