I actually had to Google to find a YouTube video on how to delete my cell phone that I had added during my first test drive (to check out CarPlay, etc).
Maybe Porsche will add delete buttons via FoD subscription in the future.
IIRC the Gen 3 HPWC is the version Tesla is promoting for its Destination Charging program. As such, my guess is they want to give operators the option of only allowing Teslas to use them, vs any LEAF or Volt “off the street” that may find them. But that’s just a guess.
Your phone maybe could be wedged, too...if all else fails try resetting* (vol up/vol down, hold power button on newer phones) then try the procedure again. This will often fix problems for me where “the phone should just work”, but inexplicably doesn’t.
*Note - NOT a factory reset :)
My finance guy offered that I could pre-pay the 2d service for $700 up front, considering they “didn’t know” what it entailed yet and that it could be “really expensive”
Believing I knew better, I declined. Unless I need brakes at that point (unlikely and probably not included anyway) that’s an...
My deal breakers (deciding to buy off the rack) were PremiumPackage w/14 way seats, adaptive cruise & power mirrors. Power charge port cover was highly desired (I got it), as was performance battery (didn’t get it).
AdaptiveCruise is the “gateway option” to other FoD driver assistance features...
My FoD issue was around the fact that my dealer had failed to properly do their end of the registration process during delivery. Those features appeared in MyPorsche as “Available After Delivery” a week after taking possession of the car. A few phone calls to the dealer later they finally fixed...
If it’s not on your Monroney sticker, you shouldn’t have to pay for it if you don’t want it. $1K buys a lot of kWh. You should contact your state AG and inform them of this unfair & deceptive business practice.
80A TT Mini + 19.2kW on-board charger + 80A Tesla HPWC FTW! That Mini is habitually attached, but I’m thinking about getting another 60A version to keep in the car for Destination Chargers of opportunity.
Porsche will probably claim that putting a UI where your eyes may spend a long time “down low” like that is a safety issue.
Or, they’ll do it but disable it while the car is moving.