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It's been a year and a half since I last did an update of the data, so it's clearly time to do so. Anyone who wants to be included in the new update should send me their log files. If you haven't done it before, just DM me and I'll let you know how.
If you send me a log and I don't reply it probably went into my spam folder, so also DM me and I'll find it.
Darn not good news with 209, at least she’s with Gruber now due to a PEM board that fried so hopefully I can get them to do a quick check on the battery before sending it back. I hardly range charge it, very rarely do I need the extra juice
A new original battery had a CAC of about 156-157 judging from the data people have sent me. I'm guessing we'll start seeing 3.0 batteries hit that in 1-2 more years.My CAC in VIN 33 is now 167.74. A friend with a 1.5 with its original battery just sent to me the photo below showing her CAC to be 177.45 and an ideal range of 201 on a standard charge and 230 if she just switches to range mode after the standard charge. That seems improbably high because a range mode charge would probably result in an ideal range higher than the 240 EPA rating when new. The car has been sitting plugged in some some time now. In that situation can the CAC adaption algorithm go higher than it should?
EDIT: Sorry, there was some confusion. She does have the 3.0 battery, so 177 CAC is reasonable. And still much better than mine.
Yikes. My pack is reading Min: 61% and Max: 74%. I don't know much but this does not look good.220 is pretty low for a 3.0. I'm over 260, and I've got lots of time and miles on mine.
It's entirely possible that you're way out of balance. Look at the max and min SOC from the diagnostic screen. They should be with one or two percent of one another. If they're not then you need to balance the battery, which basically means range charging your car and letting it sit plugged in for a *long* time.
I hadn't range charged much for a good while, and then my car spent a few months at Carl's not plugged in. It's been about 2.5 weeks sitting at range charge and it's still balancing (though it's close to done). I didn't look at what the range was when I started it, but I'm pretty sure I've added more than 20 miles.
You can tell if it's still balancing from the diagnostic screen, too. While it's plugged in at full charge you should see all or mostly 0s on the screen (if it's not plugged in at full charge it will also show 0s but that doesn't mean anything).