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Old Tesla models spontaneously stop working due to worn-out memory chips that cost owners more than $1,800 to fix

Older Tesla models are malfunctioning due to worn-out memory chips

It's happening in vehicles about four years old and older for Model X and S

Teslas are consistently writing vehicle logs that the chip eventually burns out

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Some early Tesla models are spontaneously malfunctioning and could cost owners more than $1,800 to repair.

The issue stems from a worn-out flash memory chip embedded in the Multi-Media Controller board that activates the control screen and executes most functions.

This is happening in vehicles about four years old and older for Model X and S vehicles, which first came out in 2012.

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More at:
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-7585261/Old-...
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