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which would ultimately fail the TÜV after less than 80,000 km 14,000 km and the thing is out if the TÜV examiner looks very well and knows the right tricks and handling then he would have failed with drums and trumpets hi guys welcome to Zimmermann yes today we have something very special for you and that is guaranteed service now you will say guaranteed service we have already seen purpose don't look here it is a
model why and one of the first and it has almost 880,000 km 76,154 around the corner To be exact and now we want to take a look look at how well it all comes together.
The client told me a week or two ago that he had a little damage to the kit, so his parking sensor doesn't work here, he can still see some deer hair. and here it is The fog light is loose but of course you can't put it down to
Tesla ie if you see an error code on the inside of the screen huh the park light doesn't work it's not a problem the car can't do nothing about it rather something came in the car the service mode of course is on why I always active the service mode of course that for example the guard mode yes not recording anything it is also a matter of data protection and I also have Lords to check 3 here which means now I can read Service Lords here for example in Service Mode and we see Borcher Fluid low here for example which is very important but of course
Tesla can't help it and here we have S2 disconnected so USM is an on board power supply control unit and here it just says we have parking sensor fault and here we still have sensor two disconnected how do I know which senso r is sensor 2?
It always starts here in the car, at the front left. Example Wheel 1 is always on the left front and then continues in the watch store and sensor 1 is left front, first sensor so side then sensor 2 sensor 3 sensor 4 and so on until it's gone through all the sensors By the way every other car manufacturer also numbers them consecutively so you always know sensor 3 is the one and sensor ok now we would say let's start here we have such a great list of vehicles from space interior dimensions and abnormalities we check everything we see now that everything fits if the customer only complains after 80,000 km for example, that of course must be claimed in a new car inspection, I no longer really write the dimensions of the space during a warranty inspection, unless they cause consequential damage by corrosion eg by touching it etc. because I say if the 80,000 y or four years with the space torc gone the dimensions can last and you don't need them anymore come on then I would say let's get started I just have to go to the service settings speed restrictions Delete because otherwise we have a maximum of 11 km/h for example it's unfortunate if the mechanic drives to the shop with no service mode and he slides from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal and then he takes two mechanics with him and he drives me out of the shop so cool that now we are already on the test drive and the first thing that comes to my mind striking is that it is quite noisy Albert the point is quite good most likely the tires so if it starts to buzz at 30-40 km/h then they are 99 per cent of the time there was a sawtooth blatant on the tires, the customer had also assured me that the first tires are still fitted as standard, that it is a vehicle with 20-inch wheels, Michelin Pilot sportive are fitted as standard and are of course quite good. us but if the settings are wrong they are also noisy so in principle all vehicles are noisy otherwise let's see how it drives how is the straight outflow once again Hoping pretty good so The steering wheel is really straight when I drive in a straight line, of course it looks pretty good, otherwise I find it almost too poisonous on the front axle and the rear axle a little less stable.
I find it now like I said we definitely have to correct or check the old setup again because I like the way the strong sawtooth is not a small sawtooth at 80,000 km if the tire has been worn about 50,000 times it's quite normal that's almost unavoidable but in the the volume is very very high, and last but not least of course we also have to check the drive shafts in the chassis and we'll do it now simply as follows, as fast as possible, full stepper so that if there is no vibration up to 100 then it is also 1A then the drive shafts are perfect everything is fine and then I would say the next step is to go to the workshop What I noticed negatively with the y inside is that the armrest always creaks, of course that is not so pleasant, of course, it is annoying, especially with the electric car, so now we walk outside the car, everything is point-up, and We're on the outside, we've checked everything again, so far We checked the lighting system, horn and drive shafts during test drive.
There's nothing unusual about the wind, but now comes the really exciting part, namely the chassis, which is my hobby, and now we'll go through all the forks from top to bottom, front to back, and see what we can do if there's such a flaw in a
model Why long range AWD from China when it already has almost 80 000 kilometers on it yes I already suspected it had a sawtooth during test drive and now it has been confirmed look here let's start with the wheel Right front on and that's pretty crude so clearly the tire is 50k less but of course it's already zi really rude single
profile cleat wearing irregularly how can you best check as a pro? the direction of travel and if you can tell a difference then you have a so called sawtooth and depending on how rough these individual tread blocks wear diagonally for example the greater the difference in height between the blocks from the rear tread and front tread lugs, the stronger the tire after of course, and the more annoying it all is, it's not a safety flaw or anything else, it just comes from the axle setup not quite perfect as I said you can never completely avoid a lot of the sawtooth because the tires are getting wider and the cross section is getting smaller and the tires can compensate less due to d The horsepower and the total weight and the horsepower of skiing the vehicles nowadays I also need wide tires because otherwise I don't get the power on the highway and they don't stop the two tons as easily so from a standpoint From a safety point of view, such tire dimensions are really necessary.
On the other hand, of course, they also bring some disadvantages, such as saw teeth, unevenly worn tires. The perfect fit of the shaft is even more important. Let's start checking the actual chassis and hit here and it sounds fishy so the tinier it sounds when you hit it the more knocked out the problem now is the
model 3 and
model y it's still gen 1 so I made a video separated like Push
Tesla during the silent memory, the water likes to run and consequently, they also like to go out and check to be able to pheno you have to touch it now we have the problem here that of course it is actually a plastic iron trapezoid and it dampens the noise much better sound than with a
model s for example because I have a pure iron trapeze and it sounds good then there's a real clunk we just settle for a bang and take a pair of water pump pliers as wide as possible and now we go in here and push the joint down and then push it here with a thumb and then we can determine if the thing has play or not and I feel like the play has play now let's see what it looks like on the left front it doesn't sound so metallic a little clearer but here we also have to check it again it also has play but less so the right is really knocked out the dignity.
Now I would title. I would be a TÜV examiner. I'd say start playing, but it's a leading set one day and one. The hrsion joint starting game is the game would have already failed the TÜV here we definitely have the corresponding problem, so let's move on to the rear axle, you can even hear it, the occupants stand and I hear it, you stand, yes, that's more like one and a half to two meters yeah you can hear it up to here if the cameraman wants to be so nice and just wants to put his hand flat on it you can still feel it clearly if you shoot from here in front then you'll probably see it clearly like this that that is the Uniball bearing in the steering knuckle all the way to the
Tesla shock handlebar now I would have to put a whole new knuckle in under warranty but same lump again and I really have to say I really don't mince words this uniball the bearing is of very very poor quality now we have cars with 14,000 km
model 3 that weigh even less but have the identical uniball joint 14,000 km eter and the thing it's knocked out now it can't be somewhere now we have problems we can accept a
Model 3 or a
Model 3 with over 10,000 km for wheel alignment because what do we know before wheel alignment always has to do that The state of the chassis can be verified and i can't do a clean wheel alignment if not all the joints are perfect so here we have it i couldn't adjust it right now it wouldn't work so of course i can do it but that's botch with the joint that's broken, don't put it any farther back to the right, so stay there in the back, you can see it very clearly here in the shadow here that's not even a bit of play, so here too, wheel alignment is complete nonsense that's why we now go one step higher and that's why yes if the TÜV examiner is really good at looking and knows the right tricks and handling then he would have failed with drums and trumpets so the rear guide seal broke, the guide seal of the front axle already broke at the top, there is no TÜV anymore, a significant defect is not TÜV, so it is, for example, the first registration eighth 21, so it really is the first
model and in this case now in Austria, it is a pity that in the end, after less than 80,000 km, it would already fail the TÜV due to chassis defects. and i would turn a blind eye if it was one or two things or something but now basically we already have four bad hubs and handlebars now let's take a look further we're still a long way from done now let's take a look at the lower ball joints here just check to get your shoulder under and then push it up all the way around the wheel and with that press your thumbs firmly into the rubber washer here and then ok trustworthy from play yes and also here ball joint ball joint right front axle deviated no strong start the game but play here a little less but noticeable so now we have exactly the whole ball joint if you press here hard and then push up you feel it because the steering knuckle is attached down here in the bounced state so Now we're going to check out the rear axle at the bottom because down here are the Uniball joints which are identical in construction to the rear axle at the top, just a moment. or, I'm going to quickly get a lamp you almost know so let's go back to the rear axle on top this joint is worn why the wheel wobbles so much and now we check this joint because it's identical joint just coming in here between the shock and the steering knuckle and pushing it out a little bit here again, yeah, worn out, you always have to go with it.
Press your finger firmly on the rubber washer and you'll notice something is moving in there and of course nothing should be moving let's look at the side it's relatively clear if you film quietly from behind here you can even see that the steering knuckle , the aluminum part, it goes out here, so it's clearly worn, game on. to the right, yeah, what should I say? Now we have on the rear axle 1 2 3 4 on the front axle 5 6 7 8 worn, of course not great. a full report. I'll do whatever I write in my binder and then it's up to
Tesla. Now, of course,
Tesla is the factory bylaws.
It says that a ball joint only deflects when it has play of plus or minus 0.5mm. internally but with the German TÜV it is rejected and who defines if the qualified engineer in kitchens is rejected the TÜV examiner is when the TÜV examiner is outside hitting, he is not obliged to name a dimension or anything else, but knocked out is knocked out and it doesn't matter if you now have 0.1mm play in each direction or one millimeter or 5mm they are all load together here. he would be due to each one too if only one of the eight joints that broke had broken now because each of them would have failed, of course it is not a good report and last but not least we want to review the rubber bushings on the handlebars again to see if they are broken as they often are when riding in one direction of travel in the rear and let's take a look and actuallylooks great looks great so you don't see any cracks so let's take a look at the side oh yeah you can see the rest of it pretty clearly there's a little bit of detachment here from the core on the inside and yeah The bushings, but I will say that the bushings have the slightest flaw because the bushings are fine.
I do have a bit of wear and tear. Of course, it's not nice if the bushing breaks etc., but we have to remove the fork anyway, and then do it immediately. If we must repair it now, for example, then we would. I clean our PU boxes because then we get a five year unlimited mileage warranty but I have to clarify with the customer first if you take the list to
Tesla they are basically the same lumps that can be refitted free of course but the client we know yes the client is now 8.21 now we have him right now as of today today is the beginning of september 22 which means he drove a little over 76,000 kilometers in a year which means he has than to do it once a year and he gets it only replaces the list once now he flies to Jessie and makes an offer to the customer if he should fix it well that's a bit of a push back and to do it then I'll do a cost estimate and ship the price for Jürgen pass it on just captured but it has a price and that's a short breather if you like the video leave a like and abon If you enter our channel you will see many many more great videos from my car workshop, only for electric cars ctricos, we have also set up a presence on Facebook, here you can see all the content that you can see on Youtube, but also short and sharp videos that we do not present it on YouTube, so we would be very happy if you would like us there and subscribe to our channel yes of course ok i'll explain but he also gets a five year warranty with no mileage restrictions on all replaced parts now of course i have another idea because i knew for example if we need to replace the wishbones at the top front we can also remove the spring struts if we remove these uniball joints at the bottom of the rear axle then we also need to remove the spring on this suspension arm here so it already flashes on the ground which means it's actually a very good opportunity and then also the occasion to make a move down right away and then we add the cost estimate to such an effect and in fact now we would have to ask for a surcharge of only 500 euros for this repair of the chassis with the lowering because half of the work is already covered by the actual repair anyway we just have to change the springs on the strut on the front axle on the spring tensioner and zack, the thing is already done, it needs wheel alignment after the repair anyway, so everything remains the same in principle, only half an extra charge of about 500 euros and then you ask to the client if this is for him it would be fine and how he wants to do it, naturally, now we go to the client and tell him the bad news that the client has given us the go-ahead, of course we are happy and we already have the car in the tail lift now it's lunch time and after lunch time I'll bring the two guys over and then the three of us will work on the
Tesla here and there.
And then in four hours the three of us blew it up with new tyres, like I said, eight polyurethane boxes with new ball joints and so on, the complete package including lowering, and then the customer can drive unlimited miles worry-free again for the next few hours. next five years and if you watch the video If you liked it by then, I would be very happy if you subscribe to the channel, then you will see more and more of our great videos on workshop everyday life around electric cars and feel free to check out from Facebook, and bye bye, your Autoteile zimmermann team