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Charging stopped and window opened on its own??!!!!! X-P100D

Discussion in 'Model X' started by TOBASH, Sep 4, 2017.

  1. TOBASH

    TOBASH Member

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    I closed up the car and set it to charge as I went on vacation.

    As usual the car drained 10 miles and then said it was fully charged. As a lark I set preferences to partial charge and then back to full charge... And the car began charging back to 288. That was Thursday IIRC.

    Saturday I noticed car was not charging (via information on the Tesla App) and stated it was ready to charge and it was plugged in but there was no current flowing.

    I asked a family member to check the car. He told me the driver's side window was open.

    I used the App to allow him access and to allow him to lock up the car... And the car then regained the ability to charge.

    So, $64,000 is... what happened! (especially why did the driver's window open all on its own?)
     
  2. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    I bet Tesla engineering would like to know this, along with a time stamp (or approx) and permission to access your logs. Please notify them.
     
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  3. SSD420

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    The window will open if it suspects there's an obstruction.

    I had this happen once in the middle of a severe rain storm. Thankfully for me, I had a loaner MX as mine was at at SC.

    I've had this also happen to both my MX 90D and MX P100D.

    As per the charge stopping.. perhaps there was a power outage?
     
  4. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    Was there a power outage at your house during the time the car was charging?

    Did you contact your Service Center about this and have them pull the logs on your car?
     

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