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FYI, there is a subscription you can now get from Tesla to get access to some of their tools.That's surprising. I wonder what type of repairs? My guess, traditional car stuff: wheels, tires, brakes, fluids, headlights, dents and the like. Diagnosing a motor, battery or software issue is likely not on the menu.
I've had a mobile 3rd party EV tech come to my place to do brake related work when I didn't do annual 'clean and lube' regularly (pin lubed, etc). Anyway had to get my rotors and brakes replaced on the front. An example of the service usage was that after doing the front brakes there is a built-in procedure for disabling the regen as well as some 'high speed' to hard brake counting to 'set' the pads.
Includes: Toolbox 3 Diagnostic Software & Standalone HV Battery Shipping Evaluation Tool (Model S, 3, X, Y)