I guess...I know a lot of guys that like to lean in on the door frame when it is open. Hopefully this won't become a problem. I hate it when the window gets off track and falls down into the door!Tesla likes to skip that part.
Just don't slam your doors open or closed, and you've actually got fewer parts. ^-^
Until this thread I had not noticed. That is how much impact it has had on our Model 3 functionality. The one thing I have noticed is that the window comes down a bit to get in the car, and clearly, now that I think about it, that is a direct result of not having a door frame.I much prefer the look of frameless doors. I'm glad Tesla does this.
I never experienced that but that's new one for me...my 1966 would always start, I thought the SU carbs were very simple. My electrical system was designed by the prince of darkness, Lucas. Many times during a night drive the lights would go off, I would toggle the switch which did not help and then lights came back. Now today I could easily resolve the issue but it gave me many stories and memories.Ah yes, the fond memories of pouring boiling water over the carburators on cold winter mornings!
This was pretty cold. Upstate NY in winter.I never experienced that but that's new one for me...my 1966 would always start,
They were. So simple that they needed to be retuned every time the weather changed!I thought the SU carbs were very simple.
Ah yes. I remember many years ago someone had put a Harrier engine on display in a shopping mall. As I approached the first thing I noticed was that this engine had a Lucas fuel pump. I wonder how many Marines lost their lives because of that.My electrical system was designed by the prince of darkness, Lucas.