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2014 Model S 85 won't start

LV89

New Member
Jun 2, 2022
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Hey guys,

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

2 weeks ago, I got into my model S to an error saying car cannot start voltage reduced. Installed a new 12v battery and checked all fuses (all good). The car turns on but can't drive. Attached are the error codes I'm still seeing.

What works:

Trunk
Headlights
Rear windows
AC
Opening Glove compartment

What doesn't work:

Opening Charging port
Driver Window
Front Passenger Window
Automatic Door opening (all 4)
Hazard Lights

Thanks for reading!
 

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GazMav

Member
May 19, 2021
67
33
UK
I came across this video. But unable to find a device that would allow me to reset the codes. Do you know the method?
There are a few tools that might do it, T-Can Pro, T-Diag or you could hire Toolbox for an hour (not sure if they let you do this type of reset)

Ultimately these use the UDS protocol to send can frames and reset the codes, look at my post history to learn more, the hard part is finding the correct code to send.
 

GazMav

Member
May 19, 2021
67
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UK

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