Found odorless pool of oil on the ground under the rear axle of model Y (long range dual motets). The under carriage also showed oil sign. What’s the issue? Where is the oil come from? Can it be driven?
It is brand new, touchless delivered at end of March mostly under quarantine and two trips to service center. One of them is almost a week long to a third party paint shop to fix a paint contamination and guess what, my Tesla app notified me speeding while it was being serviced at paint shop.Why does that under-cladding look kinda smashed out of shape? Just camera angle?
A Tesla mobile service is scheduled on May 4th. I hope I can get in touch with a Tesla Representitive who knows Tesla cars not a sales person. Don’t know what to do at this moment.
Thank you all for your comments and suggestions. Please find the attached pictures under regular light and UV light looking at one of oily dripping.
This model Y was touchless delivered at end of March with 65 miles. It came with quite bit issues, like, protruding dent, paint contamination, misaligned doors, bent seat, road vibrations, etc. All manufacturing problems. Per Tesla’s policy anything under 100 miles will be covered. That leaves me with no room to test it out. A trip to service center is 20 miles. My biggest frustration is there is no one to talk to. Text messages have no specific person on the other end. I didn’t expect everything to be perfect but with this much of trouble still no one to talk to is let down. I bought an brand new BMW X7 three month earlier in the dark of the night without inspect it closely and I am sure if it has problem, I will be taking cared of. With Tesla, I am not saying they won’t take care of it but with no one to talk to, it is hard to know.