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Tesla has updated its warranty for its already problematic media unit and touchscreen with a ridiculously shorter two-year or 25,000-mile limit.



As we previously reported, Tesla had a problem with the embedded Multi-Media-Card memory (eMMC) in its original MCU (the central media unit with a touchscreen).

It is being overwritten to the point of failure, and many early Tesla owners are having to replace it.

If it failed during Tesla’s four-year limited warranty, Tesla would replace it with a new or refurbished unit, which also had a four-year warranty or 50,000-mile warranty.


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