So apparently Teslas have a problem where eventually they write so much logging data to their internal SSDs that they wear out the chip. And while apparently some things still work, you can no longer charge the thing. And it is stupid hard to source a new one.

This future, geeze.

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@anthracite Wait, why on earth is the ability to charge dependent on a single unrelated component? :blobconfused:

@Jo

Presumably the code around charging falls over if it can’t write? Dunno.

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@anthracite @Jo I understand Teslas are awesome to drive, but they seem like failures when it comes to being long term reliable transportation.

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