I am on my way to 70 and the one foot exit was fine in the beginning but I think it actually over-exerted that muscle which is tender now.
The turn, planting 2 feet on the ground and using the B pillar with my left arm as leverage did the trick.
So I got a new charger, one very recently manufactured, and the exact same overheating issue. Nothing has changed so I assume this overheating is part of the deal.
One thing I did notice today, that I never really noticed before, is that when I plug in my charger, a fan comes on and starts...
How is it possible that when I look at the front dash, at the rear A/C controls, they show A/C in Auto mode on the left side and High on the right side.
When you look at the rear screen in the back by the seats, they both say Auto.
Do I have a problem?
FRONT SCREEN - Left Auto Right High for...
I switched it off for an hour, and then overnight and in the morning, nothing was different. The error warning was still there and the car could not be charged.
It was very hot to the touch, I did not measure the temperature at the surface.
My internal CPU temperature is getting as high as 183 degrees and the PMCC is very hot to the touch. Is this normal? What is a safe CPU temperature range and is there a internal shutdown mechanism if it gets too hot?
Thanks for your thoughts.
When I looked at the car at 3:15 AM the charge was not 100%, but 98%. When I started the charge, the battery was very low in the teens.
I saw that it was not giving the full 9.7 kW so I disconnected the charger because I thought if I started over, maybe it would come...
I guess the problem I’m having with this, is that I’ve had 2 Model S Teslas, both with 19.8 kW charging, and I never had this occur.
Also, I had the 2020 Taycan, and it never occurred, so I am at a quandary as to why it’s occurring now.