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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    Okay, so finally got to the bottom of this, and you guys were correct all along. Onboard charger is 32A. Bizarre thing is, I have been dealing with a Tesla rep for the last month and he has been telling me that it will charge at 48 amps. So I have been trying everything including replacing...
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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    Well, I know I was not looking at kilometers as we have the screen set to %. I know I saw 48 amps and not just once. I also have in a chat conversation with Tesla, that the onboard charger is capable of a Max of 48 amps. Maybe he was mistaken as to my model but he was looking at my specs from...
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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    Where did you get this information from? Is that noted somewhere?
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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    I have a 2021 standard range Model 3. I was told by the tesla tech that it can charge at 48 Amps. It also was charging at that rate for well over a month before something changed. I will contact Tesla again to ask that question as maybe they were mistaken, but I don’t see how as it had been...
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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    Ah, ok. That is very useful info. I did not know about the 16 amp charging boards. Very interesting. Our Model 3 is not a long range model, but it had been charging at 48 amps for at least a month. Tesla says it should charge at that if its a 60 amp breaker/ wall charger. Car is less then 2...
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    Charging at a maximum of 32A with a 60A home charger [Model 3 SR+ in Canada]

    I have a CP-50 chargepoint charger that is hardwired and on a 60 Amp breaker. When it was first installed, our Tesla 3 would charge at 48 amps. A while ago I noticed that it was charging at 32A. It will show as 32/32A. Used to be 48/48A which is correct for a 60A breaker. Since the car is...

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