Tesla seem to have changed the `latest_vehicle_data` response a couple of days ago. Now it has a `data` section and a `legacy` section. Seems to be working even when the car is not awake.
Tesla alone is ok
Stats app alone is ok
TeslaFi plus Stats may not be ok.
this is because both apps query the car and cannot coordinate with each other.
Change your password and stop using TeslaFi and it’d be ok. Also reboot the car.
Stats app shows the histogram of phantom drain rate across all users inside the app and the mode of the distribution is at 0.15 miles per hour for model 3.
- TeslaFi alone: ok
- Stats alone: ok
-TeslaFi + Stats: may not be ok (because they cannot coordinate when to collect data...
I suggest changing your tesla password and rebooting the car. Once you’ve done that log out from Stats and log back in.
the average drain rate shown in Stats is the average taken over 10 days, so it will take at least 10-15 days for the number shown in the histogram for your car to change.
It's because you are using more than one 3rd-party Tesla app. This is because apps cannot coordinate with each other when they query the car to collect data and they query at different time in such a way that can prevent sleep. Each of those apps are fine on their own but when used together...