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I Successfully Fixed the Heater on my Tesla Model S and Discovered Major Suspension Damage

The excitement is palpable as Monkey Wrench Mike and the blog writer embark on a race journey comparing a 2013 Tesla Model S P85 to a 2014 Toyota Prius C. With 270,000 miles on the odometer, the Tesla has its fair share of issues, including no heat and a rear suspension problem. The challenge? A 1,400-mile trip through snow, ice, and subfreezing temperatures.

But before they hit the road, there are some crucial repairs to be made. The blog writer showcases their DIY skills by rigging a makeshift heater switch in the Tesla, ensuring they stay warm during the frigid journey. Additionally, a closer inspection reveals a worn tire and a faulty tow arm in the rear suspension.

With limited time and resources, the blog writer decides to swap tires and make temporary fixes to ensure the Tesla is roadworthy for the trip. Despite the challenges, the blog writer’s love for the car shines through, appreciating its luxurious features and the cost-effective nature of owning a used Tesla.

As they prepare for the epic journey ahead, the blog writer leaves it up to the readers to decide if they should proceed with the trip or play it safe. Will the Tesla make it to Indiana in one piece? Stay tuned for the next installment to find out.



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