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Have you ever seen Wh/mi this high?

snorp

Member
Oct 1, 2019
100
85
Atlanta
I was driving down the road and noticed that my Wh/mi was crazy high. 73,505. It had me really concerned at first but the battery percentage was acting normal so I just kept driving. Made it to my destination ok and the number kept dropping as I drove. When I left again, the screen was black and finally rebooted on it's own. Then everything was normal again. Just curious if anyone has ever seen anything like this?

I'm on MCU1, AP1, and it is painfully slow. I have to reboot every day to get navigation to work. It went in to the service center before Christmas and they said my memory chip was at 86% capacity but wasn't high enough to require replacement. They requested that I allow them to restore factory settings and that would fix my problems. I let them do it and things were great for 2 days, and now back to constant rebooting.

I'll be taking it in for MCU2 upgrade along with the radio module very soon. Only mentioning all of this because maybe this crazy high number is a symptom of the MCU failing?

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doodlewalker

New Member
Aug 22, 2020
4
3
Michigan
I have a 2016 Model X with MCU1 and it requires a reboot maybe every 3 weeks although recently it seems to have been needing it more often. So it is not as bad as your situation, but once before it froze up and needed a reboot, it got stuck at I think it was 799 or 899. I thought that was high!
 

MaxK

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Feb 7, 2015
154
47
Gainesville, GA
I was driving down the road and noticed that my Wh/mi was crazy high. 73,505. It had me really concerned at first but the battery percentage was acting normal so I just kept driving. Made it to my destination ok and the number kept dropping as I drove. When I left again, the screen was black and finally rebooted on it's own. Then everything was normal again. Just curious if anyone has ever seen anything like this?

I'm on MCU1, AP1, and it is painfully slow. I have to reboot every day to get navigation to work. It went in to the service center before Christmas and they said my memory chip was at 86% capacity but wasn't high enough to require replacement. They requested that I allow them to restore factory settings and that would fix my problems. I let them do it and things were great for 2 days, and now back to constant rebooting.

I'll be taking it in for MCU2 upgrade along with the radio module very soon. Only mentioning all of this because maybe this crazy high number is a symptom of the MCU failing?

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So if I do the math, an average of 73,505Wh per mile for the past 30 miles = 2,205kWh. Either you have had a battery upgrade, or the display data is seriously glitched.

I was driving a few miles north of that location in deep snow in the North Georgia mountains about 10 months ago and did sustain over 1,400Wh per mile.
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