Tesla Hacker Says Replacing Battery Pack Modules in Model S Doesn’t Work.
Tesla always chooses the easiest path for repair in its cars despite the cost for its customers.
That said, it will give them a $16,000 estimate for a repair that could cost $700, as we have already told you.
It also provided a customer with a $22,500 estimate (without taxes) for something that the Electrified Garage fixed for $5,750.
However, Jason Hughes, also known as Tesla Hacker, said the automaker's procedure was correct in this case.
Replacing battery modules would be just a temporary fix: imbalances would make the Model S present the same issue in the future.
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