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  1. Ostrichsak

    How are we supposed to get est range @ 90% 100% etc. now?

    These new updates are awful. I can't adjust the SoC capacity unless it's actually plugged in which is stupid. I should be able to open the app at any point and slide the SoC to 80% 90% 100% or whatever. They appear to have also removed the estimate of range that previously existed. So, even if I...
  2. D

    90 percent charge low?

    Hi i have 9k miles on my Tesla model 3 standard range plus and I got it in June. When I charge it to 90 percent I get 204 mi. Is this normal. I took it into too tesla when I was getting 209 mi and they said it's how I drive that's why it's charges only to 209 this was when I had about 3k miles...
  3. C

    Refurbished Battery Dying already?

    All - You may have seen my post where I had indicated my battery was being replaced by Tesla. They didn't indicate what they found out - however my symptoms were reduced power regardless of how charged the battery was, or how long the car had been driven. Also it would seem that I was only...
  4. fasteddie7

    Anyone else think the quoted range is less than capacity?

    After watching the livestream and thinking about it, does anyone else think the quoted range is not at Max capacity? 85 or 90% perhaps? Considering there is no badging and it seems they are marketing this vehicle to folks who might not be like a lot of us and examine every detail of the battery...
  5. fasteddie7

    60 to 75: what are you charging to now?

    For those who upgraded, what are you charging to now? I used to charge to the "trip line" about 197 mile range, on super cold days or on trips I'd charge to the 100% or 219 miles. Now the trip line is about 230 miles. I changed it to the line before the trip line, photo attached, is this what...
  6. M

    Charging beyond 90% for short period of time

    I know that charging beyond 90% is intended only for trips because it puts pressure on the batteries. My question is if I charged to 100% then drove immediately would that have less of a negative impact vs charging to 100% and leaving overnight?

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