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How often does your Tesla break down?

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Remote programming Tesla
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Hello!
This topic is especially relevant for Tesla owners who can not apply to the service for various reasons, as well as for people who bought broken Tesla from auctions that are not guaranteed.

Services:
Access to any firmware (5/6/7/8/ or higher)
Repair of high-voltage battery
Disabling the Valet mode
Firmware update
Setting up GPS navigation (routes, shows traffic jams)
Software binding of any spare parts
Add new key (there will be a full key, not a clone)
Complete computer diagnostics with ToolBox service tool
Enabling service modes on the car display: Diagnostic Mode / Factory Mode (show hidden errors, advanced functionality)
Fix of errors after repair (replacement of contactors / etc)
Increase battery capacity (S 40 → 60/114 km | S 60 → 75/62 km | S 70 → 75/30 km | X 60 → 75/59 km)
Autopilot activation
Activating Ludicrous Mode
Activation of high-speed chargers Supercharger and CHAdeMO (240km / h), is especially important for cars imported from the USA, charged from one phase
SIM card replacement for the Internet
Launch cars brought from auctions
Fix of displays (if they do not turn on)
Replacement of contactors
Changing the frequency of HomeLink
Reset / cleaning the crash of the airbag module after an accident (PSRCM Airbag module reset crash errors)
Removing air from the cooling system
Calibration of any one system (air suspension / steering / etc)
Calibrating the autopilot's radar
Definition of faulty parktronics
Change information on displays: model / color / disks

Many programming services can be performed remotely.


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