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Tesla charging complete At 0% battery level

Discussion in 'Model S: Battery & Charging' started by Dutchrepair, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Dutchrepair

    Dutchrepair New Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I put my tesla in the garage, and a one point the battery suddenly died, I had 0% of juce left so I cant drive anymore. I already boosted the 12v battery But that didn’t help. When I try to put the high power connector in, the lock stays on and won’t go open. Once I Got it in But it says, charging complete at 0% battery level. What can I try to solve This problem? I already reset the car, But that didn’t work.
     
  2. rpo

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    I would suggest calling Tesla.
     
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  3. Dutchrepair

    Dutchrepair New Member

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    Hello RPO,

    Unfortunally is our car on the blacklist of Tesla, they wont help us anymore, we also can’t look into the car with a OBD. Has anyone suggestions?
     
  4. jelloslug

    jelloslug Active Member

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    Call the person that repaired it for you.
     
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  5. Dutchrepair

    Dutchrepair New Member

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    We tried to repair it by ourselfs! But we’re out of suggestions what the problem could be.
     
  6. lymex2018

    lymex2018 Member

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    If the battery suddenly died, it probably means a major problem happened to the main pack.
    I suggest try to charge the 12V battery for an hour and see if the main pack is chargeable.
     
  7. onlykode

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    Any updates? Did the main battery died or it's just the 12v one?
     

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