MCU fails for the second time
it just feels wrong (as it does when other car companies cite the warranty in similar cases) to have to pay to fix something that looks like an intrinsic defect. The MCU is innovative - not a standard automotive computer, but a Linux-based system of Tesla's creation (though I think Foxconn makes it for them). It should be robust to many years of driving, not subject to regular very expensive failures. Am I wrong?
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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