Haha... Flash memory...
October 17, 2019 08:27PM
Worn-Out Flash Memory Is Suddenly Bricking Tesla Cars
"When this burns out, you wake up to a black screen."


Some older Teslas are spontaneously bricking because their embedded flash
memory is wearing out, according to three independent Tesla repair
professionals who have studied the issue.

The issue is with a flash storage chip called the eMMC that is embedded on a
board called the MCU1. According to experts who have studied the problem,
Teslas are writing vehicle logs to this flash storage chip so much that it
eventually goes bad. The issue has been known in the Tesla community since
at least May, when Tesla repair YouTuber Rich Benoit spoke to another Tesla
repair professional named Phil Sadow about it in a video.
Re: Haha... Flash memory...
October 17, 2019 08:57PM
That's so lame :)

I've looked into a Tesla 3, but decided the quality is not yet for me.

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