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Tesla model 3 doesn’t start - bms contactor state open [Salvage - air bags were deployed on vehicle]

Kot111

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Jul 22, 2022
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Hi, guys 2022 Tesla model 3 doesn’t start - bms contactor state open…
Air bag was deployed I replaced main fuse as usual, but car doesn’t start
Shows : bms contactor state open
Display lost bright and stop show current millage any more

Any idea where I have to look problems?

Thank you
 

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I disagree. In a country with too many lawyers the liability of repairing a salvage vehicle means it can never be profitable. Why would they want that headache.

Repairing a salvage vehicle often ends with an empty wallet and a lot of heartache.
Yet MANY people and companies do it. So obviously it's not that bad. And considering how quickly they are totaling/salvaging are right now, it's not the money pit it was before.
 
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If Tesla was training mechanics to work on their cars and providing auto shops the same access to parts that the Tesla service centers then I would agree with you, but as far as I know they aren't. Tesla is the only option for repair for us. If I get in an accident, then my car is essentially worthless since Tesla will not repair it and I will have limited to no options for repair. No other auto manufacturer refuses to work on salvage vehicles to the best of my knowledge. Salvage vehicles can be made good as new in most instances.
 
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Hi, guys 2022 Tesla model 3 doesn’t start - bms contactor state open…
Air bag was deployed I replaced main fuse as usual, but car doesn’t start
Shows : bms contactor state open
Display lost bright and stop show current millage any more

Any idea where I have to look problems?

Thank you
any updates, I have the same issue with same model and year
 
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