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Charging error messages

Discussion in 'Roadster: Technical' started by PV-EV, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. PV-EV

    PV-EV Member

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    Does anyone know if past error messages are archived?
    My wife was alarmed by a serious sounding message that
    displayed after a failed charge attempt. She could not remember
    just what it was and I have not had it repeat. I'm hoping it might
    be stored (vehicle logs?). We've had a lot of failed charging
    at one location and I'd like to get all the info I can. Our little blue
    rocket is a 2.5 that we got at the end of May.
     
  2. Doug_G

    Doug_G Lead Moderator

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    Yes, logs can be downloaded to a memory stick. The car is delivered with one for the purpose. It includes instructions on how to upload them to Tesla. Be sure to let your service rep know.
     
  3. W.Petefish

    W.Petefish Active Member

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    Speculation: Line Sync Fault or Extension Cord Detected.
     
  4. dsm363

    dsm363 Roadster + Sig Model S

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    #4 dsm363, Sep 23, 2011
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    I got the Line Sync Fault error multiple times. Turned out I have a bad mobile 240V charger.
     
  5. PV-EV

    PV-EV Member

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    I'm uploading the logs to Tesla as recommended. I had hoped to be able to look at them myself with the log parser. Unfortunately my command line skills are lacking. While I have seen 'line sync error' a couple times previously I'm afraid
    this error msg was more ominous. Car was plugged into a 30 amp outlet using the UMC with charging set to 24. Thanks for
    the suggestions.
     

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