Last weekend my Roadster alerted Fault during acceleration and switched off motor torque, luckily the car kept rolling until I found a way off the street. Several error codes were displayed, SOC were at 63%, (see photo from the log): 1067 - Debug: DMC FW: Battery Under Voltage warning. Torque limited. 939 - Debug: DMC FW: Battery Under Voltage fault. 269 - Debug: BSM: Negative contactor/economizer stuck low. 270 - Debug: BSM: Negative contactor/economizer stuck high. 1085 - Debug: DMC FW: PEM Vbat different from BSM Vbat warning. After I confirmed the errors on the VDS and restarted the car with the key, it runs normally. Yesterday I made several hard acceleration test drives, but no problem at all. I reported this to the SEC, their first analysis according to the error codes 1067 and 1085 - there might be a mismatch between the BSM and PEM voltage reporting, maybe a PEM swap is necessary. Anyone run into this combination of errors ? Changing the whole PEM is necessary or anyone knows which part of the PEM could be defect, because we are running out of PEMs at my SEC ? BTW: Error codes 270, 1067 and 1085 are new for our error code summary !