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Circuit breakers

Discussion in 'Roadster: Technical' started by earthman01, Jun 21, 2018.

  1. earthman01

    earthman01 Member

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    Which breaker powers the circulation pump? My pump has been running continually since my last charge and I can't get in to be serviced for several weeks.
     
  2. MLAUTO

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    You can shut down the APS in the service menu if the temps are OK (leave the window down so you can easily get back in). The pump usually stays running if the temps are greater than 31C. Just make sure you don't have one brick that is getting warm. If the temps are higher on all bricks, you can do a range charge at 12A until the temps drop below 30C, stop the charge and the pump should shut off. That is unless you have an A/C problem.
     
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