Recently, pictures of Tesla Model Y owners began to appear on the network, who discovered an unusual system for attaching radiators under the hood in their cars. The thing is that the cooling systems were fixed in electric cars using pieces of wood. Most of all, the find resembled bamboo or an artificial tree. All this was attached using ordinary electrical tape.
The owners who discovered this in high-tech electric vehicles were, to put it mildly, dumbfounded. They certainly didn’t expect to see wood and green duct tape in their cars.
According to Tesla owners, this mounting system was not seen on all Model Ys. Surprisingly, cars with such a “find” were approved and went on sale.
Experiencedly, Tesla owners managed to figure out what these wooden blocks are for. They appear to be necessary to relieve stress on the clamp holding the metal part of the liquid cooling system (LCC).
Previously, a video has already appeared on the network, which demonstrated the same system, but then it was held by special plastic parts. It is possible that the block version is another manufacturer innovation.
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