So about a month ago I purchased a lightly damaged 2013 Model S 60kw with 2600 miles on it and have been trying to make it work again. Tesla will not sell me any parts due to the salvage status of the car, they don't even want me bring it into their service center. Their certified body shop told me that they are not allowed to work on salvage car. Which is a load of BS. I have my own body shop and have been working on EV for a few years now and never received such a cold shoulder. My car has absolutely no frame damage and should not have been salvaged in the first place. The most frustrating part of it all, if I had the parts I could have this car 100 % fixed in a day. I could not power the car up due to the HV battery being disconnected and the terminals being taped off. My 12v bat was long dead because the car sat at auction since march but I was able to charge it. I was calm about the HV battery and taking my time fixing other stuff and locating parts on ebay because car was telling me it had 100 miles of charge in the HV bat(when it was unplugged). On Monday I dropped the battery pack and connected it up. As soon as I connected it up the charge went to 5 miles and than 0. I had to bypass the pyro fuse and replace a 30amp fuse to get the HV system to wake up, I was able to move the car around the shop under its own power and plugged it in to charge. Had car plugged in at 120v 12amp charging @ 4 mph overnight (did not want to overheat main battery since it has no antifreeze yet). When I came back in the morning charge was at 35 miles, and was not charging anymore. Had errors on dash, 12v battery low, car may not restart, car may shut off unexpectedly, car not drivable contact tesla service. Put jumper pack on it still could not turn it on which is weird. The 12v battery had 12.6 volts going through it. I do not think its enough to close the relays to turn on the main hv battery. A good 12v battery supposed to have 13.3v to 13.8 v going through it and 14.3 to 14.8v when the hv bat is connected to it. But I'm not sure on that. When the car ran it had 12.9v on Monday. I'm hopping that it's the 12v that is causing the problem not my main hv bat having some error in it, and shutting itself off. Being at low charge for such a long time. Took the 12v battery out of the car and charged it overnight so hopefully it will work today again. Question of the day, does anyone know at what voltage the 12v opens closes up the solenoids to power up the HV system? Additionally how many cranking volts does a good 12V battery supposed to have? I had mine tested and it is producing 356 cranking amps. 12v bat is not sold anywhere except tesla, any model s owner could you order one for your car and I will pay you for it. Any help would be greatly appreciated I really want to start driving this car!