Hello, I have searched around and tried a few things, but haven't had any success yet. I am a new owner of a 2014 S 60 (not the software locked one) (SW version 2019.32.2.1). Overall, I'm over the moon with the car. The previous owner treated the car like gold and it shows in both operation and appearance (Thanks)! I supercharged for the first time last night (only have 110 V at home as my HPWC is in the mail). I arrived at around 9% charge and I charged to 85% then came home and set it to charge to 100% overnight on my 110 V hoping to balance the cells. This morning, it said 'Charging complete' at 93%, 253 km rated range. My average in the week we have had it (~400 km) was 186 Wh/km though I don't think that matters as my understanding is that the range estimate is based off of 187 Wh/km no matter what. I tried unplugging both ends of the UMC, then plugging it back in, resetting the MCU but it still says 'Charging complete' at 93%. Note that I had Tesla do a battery health inspection before purchase and they confirmed that it is in line with all other S60s of that age for degradation. My main questions: -Are the cells able to balance themselves at 110V 12A? -Why did it stop at 93%? -Do I need to run it below 20% and charge back up fully a few more times for the computer to recalibrate the healthy extents of the battery? -If this is the new norm, should I now avoid charging to 90% as it is now considered a range charge if it is close to the maximum capability of the battery? Thanks for any help/advice/experience you are able to provide!