cwerdna wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 29, 2019 2:13 am
BuddyRayAtl wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 28, 2019 9:00 pm
one Adas unit (whatever that is) and countless hours of service time testing wiring harnesses and other components and we're still no closer to a solution than we were 110 days ago.
Sorry to hear about your probs. A quick Google search for nissan adas turned up hits like https://rts.i-car.com/oem-information/n ... -adas.html
Thanks cwerdna, that's really interesting, and scary, information. I found quotes in the i-car site like "just 1 degree of misalignment of any part in front of or near the radar unit can cause a problem."
Following a wreck, with repair by a dealer body shop that just doesn't work on many Leaf's and especially not 2019 models with Pro Pilot, I'm increasingly concerned that something related to the body work, not the electronics, is to blame.
Makes me even more sure I want my money back.
Not interested in a Bolt. I'm in my late 60's and like to keep cars for 20 years - so I'll be in my late 80's when I give this one up. Bolt is just too small and too hard to get in/out of with bad knees. Same is actually true of a Tesla 3 - you practically have to crawl into that thing and lay down. May just need to wait till someone builds an electric sedan that doesn't cost $85k.