A rewrite for info and safety.
Have had my new ID.4 pro S for about 2 weeks, and absolutely love it. With the 3 years free charging I'm not worried about running out...but as an electronic engineer, I like to have contingency plans. One of our neighbors has a Tesla, with a home Wall Charger in our shared parking garage (NYC co-op building), and he kindly offered let us use it for any emergencies - we pay for the charge delivered, of course.
After a bit of flawed research, we bought the Lectron - Tesla to J1772 Adapter (Max 40A & 250V), and it's really simple and quick to use. However, as pointed out by some very wise people hereabouts, the Tesla charger will supply 48A, and the ID.4 will swallow it. The weak link is that Lectron adaapter - at only a 40A rating, it is overloaded by 20% if passing 48A. When I checked it in use, the Lectron adapter was uncomfortably hot, so I stopped charging, and today I returned it to Lectron.
Having learned that lesson, we've ordered an 80A capable adapter from evseadapters.com and we await delivery.
The moral of the story? Read the specs carefully....the advert claims total Tesla (non-supercharger) compatibility, but doesn't point out that a Tesla wall charger can overload it.
Hope this is useful.