I would assume that they can, but unless you can present it to them as a problem they're probably not going to do anything about it. The brake condition is not ideal, but it's not a defect in my opinion.
My dealer recently contacted me with a "service reminder" so I replied to them asking them to schedule me for this service as a part of included maintenance. I have yet to hear back, but I will report here with the results, as local service departments absolutely should be able to perform this calibration easily, since it is relatively easy for us to perform with the correct OBD module and software. (This calibration should be performed at no charge, is my take, since this is effectively a warranty issue).
However Salty Peanuts has a very good point that they should be required to do it free as a recall, as often as needed*. The grabbiness doesn't bother me, but what if someone is tailgating me. I'm more likely to get hit. Also more likely to spill my hot coffee & have an unsafe reaction, although that might be a bit of a stretch to claim as unsafe.
* I don't yet know how long the recalibration works.
Everyone please file a complaint like Salty Peanuts did, since it says "If the agency receives similar reports from a number of people about the same product, this could indicate that a safety-related defect may exist that would warrant the opening of an investigation."
Hi All, there is finally a custom made diffuser that fits the 500e. In a continuous effort to make the world a better place, I am glad to be supporting people getting the most they can with their EV cars. We need more EV cars for a better environment. I have designed a diffuser to get more miles...
So seeing if anyone else has had this issue. Somehow my wife's 500e charging port (the orange plastic port where you plug in the charger) got broken. I kind of figure...that's annoying but let's get it fixed. It'll be what...a few hundred dollars to fix. Now after talking to one service manager...
I did a bunch of searching and came to the conclusion that Lasfit LEDs were the ones to try.
And so far so good!
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Its a bit of a tight fit on the passenger side, I recommend taking the bolt out of one of the reservoirs so you can get the headlight cover back on...
Wheels are from 500Madness with 195/40/17. Coils are Megan Racing with 4kg front and 5kg rear rates. Rear shocks are super shorty hot rod shocks and it has the short poly rear bump stops. All white trim plastidipped matte black. Has a full LED interior/exterior conversion.