Good news! After I jiggled the connector the car held 40 AMPS setting. Lat night I set the car to charge at midnight and it had finished charging at 4:50 AM.
Have anyone been able to charge at 50 AMPs at home?
Are you serious or joking.I am very happy that Tesla keeps updating and improving my car five years after it was new. Never had this level of service from any other manufacturer.
I realize that this thread is primarily for people to gripe about how bad Tesla is but I just wanted to say that I am very happy with my car and all of the software updates.Are you serious or joking.
I have the same car as you and I feel every update since V8 has made the car worse - they've taken away nice features and made some functions more inconvenient to use.
I disagree. We're here to share knowledge and experience with each other, good or bad. Lots of good has come out of this thread and threads like it.I realize that this thread is primarily for people to gripe about how bad Tesla is but I just wanted to say that I am very happy with my car and all of the software updates.
Every few days I get an alert on my app that says a SW update is available and each time it's still 12.5.
Now I know what the look for.
As far as MCU1 goes, I thought Tesla fixed the excessive logging which was the cause of memory failure. Don't know which version but it was a while ago. Also, if you don't update, the new software stays in your memory, contributing to the problem.Suggest turn off notifications for your phone using the Tesla App. If you have Teslafi, it will show you latest update in very small, easy to ignore font.
I gave up playing update roullete months ago.
Rarely drive the car, so don't see that yellow screen either. All is well, and my MCU1 is protected as it can be...