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Help, Do not remove from the parking and do not open the port

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Fadams, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. Fadams

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    where do you see "do not open the port"?
    Pack looks depleted along with 12V battery. Was it sitting for a while? Can you connect to an outlet?
     
  3. JonathanD

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    Judging by the dust that's been sitting somewhere awhile? Kinda sketchy tbh.
     
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    the car arrived from the US, wound up and drove into the carriage, stood for a week and is not removed from the parking brake and the port does not open.
    I connected the charger, the port opens only forcibly, and lights up red, the auto builder on the parking brake.
     
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    when I press unlock charge port, it does not open, Auto starts and the port becomes inactive
     
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    the terminal on the battery is whole, 12V is
     
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    sailed on the ship for 2 months)
     
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    sorry, what is pack.
     
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    Main battery pack.

    Try charging the 12V battery first, it may be too low for other functions to work.
     
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    Thanks, I will buy a new battery
     
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    There is terminals for charging the 12v you can use. They are behind the nose cone on mine. Perhaps that will help get it enough juice to start all systems to charge? The reality is that they shouldn't be unplugged. It causes all kinds of hell :(
     
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    Yup, begin by charging the 12 volt battery and once fully charged I would not remove the 12 volt charger while immediately charging the high voltage pack. As you said, it may need a 12 volt replacement now if it has been damaged from setting at below 10.5 volts.
     
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    Charge the 12v battery, should resolve most of the error messages

    amazing, watch Rich Rebuilds bring a flooded car back to life :

     

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