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    • Roadster

    This product is another fine example of the skills and dedication in the Tesla Roadster Owners community, developed by three talented members as a way to access a Roadster through cell phone. The Open Vehicle Monitoring System (OVMS) is continually being enhanced and has replaced the defunct 2G nework built into the Roadster for remotely…

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    • Roadster

    The Power Electronics Modules (PEM) in a 2.x Tesla Roadster relies on a 12 Volt DC brush motor squirrel cage fan to cool IGBT (Power Transistor) heat sinks, to maintain safe operating temperatures in the power output section of the inverter. This SPAL brand fan assembly is a fairly low tech device, equipped with brushes…

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    • Roadster

    The Power Electronics Module (PEM) in the Roadster is cooled by a DC Spal Fan which resides under the rear trunk tub, and fed by 12 volts from the PEM through a plug/socket connection. Automotive grade connectors are used, not meant to be repeatedly disconnected during annual Preventive Maintenance, or PEM repairs. Three things play…

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    • Roadster

    This duct, is what cools the PEM transistor heat sinks, fed by the PEM Cooling Fan, and an essential component in keeping the IGBT Power Transistors from overheating. As these age, they become brittle, develop cracks and fissures, and limit the amount of cooling provided. We recommend pro-active replacement of this duct assembly every 7…

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    • Roadster

    The Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) 15 amp plug on the end of the Tesla Roadster OEM 120 VAC charge cable has single handedly been responsible for more bricked Roadsters (let the battery go dead) events than any other Roadster accessory.

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    • Roadster

    The Ground Fault Interrupter (GFI) 15 amp plug on the end of the Tesla Roadster OEM 120 VAC charge cable has single handedly been responsible for more bricked Roadsters (let the battery go dead) events than any other Roadster accessory.

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    • Roadster

    This product is one of those innovations, that allows a Tesla Roadster to use the charging methods that evolved after Tesla sold their last few Roadsters.

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    • Roadster

    Since the summer of 2019, the Garmin GPS firmware has had a week number overflow bug that causes the GPS to roll back to the year 2000. Although this does not affect overall vehicle functionality, it does cause the timestamps in the log files and battery health logs to be recorded incorrectly leading to problems…

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    • Roadster

    The Tesla Roadster 2.X versions, have an auxiliary battery buried under the front passenger fender, which powers the 12 volt devices in the car. This battery needs to be replaced every year or two.  Our upgraded battery is 12 Amp Hour vs the motorcycle battery normally in Roadsters which is only 8 Amp Hour, and…

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    • Roadster

    This Roadster Auxiliary Battery Relocation Kit, comes complete with everything you will need to make the little 12 Volt battery accessible for future replacement. If you are used to taking your Roadster to a Service Center every two years or so when this battery fails, and spending $200 – $300 to get it replaced, this…

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    • Roadster

    These TPMS sensors are Baolong brand, which are the original sensors used on 1.5 Roadsters (2008-2009). These are brand new items in factory boxes. Tesla Part Number – 6003333

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    • Roadster

    These switchpacks are used on 1.5 Roadsters (2008-2009). These are unused brand new items in factory wrapping. Tesla Part Number – 2002636

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