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Help with VERSION of battery please

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by soooma, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. soooma

    soooma Member

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    My build is
    5YJSA1V4XFF100334

    I read on this forum that some people have more powerful P90D batteries and longer range than others !!

    Can you tell from VIN?!
     
  2. SomeJoe7777

    SomeJoe7777 Marginally-Known Member

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    No, you can't tell much from the VIN about the battery other than maybe the size.

    Get in the car, turn the steering wheel all the way to the left. Now get out of the car, and look underneath it just behind the passenger side front wheel. A white sticker on the battery will be visible. Post the battery part number (NOT the serial number) here, and we can tell you more.
     
  3. soooma

    soooma Member

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    Cool
    Thanks
    All I know is car was manufactured after Aug 2015
     
  4. harleyds

    harleyds Member

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    What can you tell about my battery? I'm assuming its a B Pack.
    Car was built in early to mid 2014, I can get 191 miles at 100%, 168 miles at 89%.
    If my math is right, I have a 9% loss on a 2.5 year old battery.
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  5. Tech_Guy

    Tech_Guy Always in Ludicrous mode

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    Well we can tell you have a 60... I don't think many have done performance testing on there 60 cars like the P90D cars. Maybe someone else can chime in on your pack.
     

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