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Document Number: SB-24-30-001 0

Inspect Underbody Fasteners On some Cybertruck vehicles, some underbody fasteners may not have been torqued to specification. Inspect the vehicle for symptoms related to the condition. If symptoms are present, torque the underbody fastener(s) to specification, and replace one-time-use fastener(s), if necessary. CHASSIS Cybertruck

Via: https://service.tesla.com/en-US/documents?modelCode=CT

If you follow the links started in the OP, it leads here.
https://service.tesla.com/docs/Cybe...UID-F37882B9-9E45-4F3C-9452-7BF9DDC0FC81.html

It doesn't appear to be a simple crank down a couple of easy to reach bolts.
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Document Number: SB-24-30-001 0

Inspect Underbody Fasteners On some Cybertruck vehicles, some underbody fasteners may not have been torqued to specification. Inspect the vehicle for symptoms related to the condition. If symptoms are present, torque the underbody fastener(s) to specification, and replace one-time-use fastener(s), if necessary. CHASSIS Cybertruck

Via: https://service.tesla.com/en-US/documents?modelCode=CT
Is it just me or does it not say what the condition is that indicates an issue. I can't imagine that the only way to find out if there's an issue is if the bolts are actually loose upon an actual check. My floor creaks so I'd be interested to know if that's one of the conditions.
 

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Is it just me or does it not say what the condition is that indicates an issue. I can't imagine that the only way to find out if there's an issue is if the bolts are actually loose upon an actual check. My floor creaks so I'd be interested to know if that's one of the conditions.
Creaky floor might be your center console. A creak appeared the day I took it to service. The tech said, “oh, that’s the center console bolts being loose. I’ll fix it for you.” Came back a few days later. 😕
 

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Creaky floor might be your center console. A creak appeared the day I took it to service. The tech said, “oh, that’s the center console bolts being loose. I’ll fix it for you.” Came back a few days later. 😕
This is unacceptable
 


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This is unacceptable
Ya, it sucks. It’s not terrible by any means but not acceptable for a $100k vehicle with 2,000 miles on it. Next time I have a need for service, I will make them fix it again.
 

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Creaky floor might be your center console. A creak appeared the day I took it to service. The tech said, “oh, that’s the center console bolts being loose. I’ll fix it for you.” Came back a few days later. 😕
I'm definitely getting a creaking in turns, thought it was the rear seat, but might be console. Need a SC visit to tighten up those bolts?

Did it resolve your issue?
 

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I'm definitely getting a creaking in turns, thought it was the rear seat, but might be console. Need a SC visit to tighten up those bolts?

Did it resolve your issue?
It fixed it for a few days. Then it came back.
 


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I get the annoyance with buying a new expensive truck and having weird squeaks, but I've never bought new car without funky things happening before 10k. Not from bmw, tesla, Mercedes, or Jeep, at least. That's just kinda what you get with a new car. It's also why they typically have a good warranty for these sorts of things and Tesla has the better ne I've ever seen for new cars: 4 years/50k miles. I know my jeep was only 3 years/36k miles

I also notice things in my model 3 more than my other cars over the years because it's so silent. 90% of the squeaks I had fixed I probably would never have noticed in my ice cars.
 

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Then you probably should stop buying ANY vehicle, because similar situations are very common.
I like anyone else in this 'WORLD" have the right to support, request, purchase, and demand quality of their products from Amazon, Walmart, Microsoft, Nvidia, , Hotels, CONOCO, etc....as a public product and services companies. We consumers demand quality when we pay good money for the product.

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