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V10 Loss of Range: 5% Range Loss in 2019 Model 3 After Install of V10 Update

Discussion in 'Software: Firmware Updates, Features, Tesla App' started by SynapticAcid, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. SynapticAcid

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    Has anyone else experienced a sudden loss of range following installation of V10?

    My 2019 Model 3 LR+ RWD lost 5% of its maximum range after V10 was installed. I went from a maximum charge of 314 miles prior to V10 to a maximum charge of 300 miles after V10 install.
     
  2. ewoodrick

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    Did you lose range or maybe the gauge is just reading differently. Software updates are known to change the way that range is calculated.
     
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    mine dipped 2.6% according to TeslaFi. Actually happened in late June overnight after an incremental update.
     
  4. hugh_jassol

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    Yep - I lost a about 2% coincident withe the V10 update in my MidRange.
     
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    #5 kkillebrew, Oct 9, 2019
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    No it did not help the range problem but Smart Summon is now gone from the NAV menu, still present on the app but car does nothing.

    reboot fixed problem
     
  6. spiderion

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    Yes. I did too. went down from 235.4 to 227.9 :( ss1.png
     
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    Not just a 3 issue I see this on my X as well
     
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    Same here, lost about 3% after a June or maybe May update. I drover 125 miles a day and charge to 90%. Suddenly in June or May, 90% went from 279 to 270 after an update.
     
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    My X lost about 15% of its usable range after the update; turning off the "always ready" Summon thing fixed the problem. But that presented itself as the car simply using a lot more power for the first few miles after I got in the car each trip, not as a capacity loss when fully charged.

    Are you sure you didn't accidentally switch the mode from ideal miles to rated miles?
     
  10. hugh_jassol

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    Model 3 does not have that option - you get rated miles only.
     
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    mine dropped after a 1600 mile road trip in July but has crept back up to be only 1 mile less.
    Now 278 at 90% instead of 279
    After 25k miles in 17 months, not too bad at all.
     
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    After a 90% charge and upgrade to 2019.32.12.1 641e9fa I seem to have regained some range. I am wondering if this is normal for a Model S manufactured in March 2019. Screen Shot 2019-10-10 at 12.13.49 PM.png
     
  13. SynapticAcid

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    I lost range, and can confirm that the loss occurred following V10 update as I use my Model 3 as my daily commuter and charge to the same level 5 nights a week. After V10 my 80% charge was ~15 miles less (which equates to a loss of ~5% of my previous maximum range; the vehicle is less than 6 months old--but I do already have more than 9,100 miles on it).
     
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  14. KACHING

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    I see the same behavior. Charge to 90% gave me 216 miles from SR+ before V10. Only have 208 to 211 after 90% charge.
    Open a ticket with Tesla, and they did a remote battery check and told me my battery is fine and close the ticket without even give me a call.

    Not the best service in the world. Going to call Tesla customer support again.
     
  15. EVNow

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    Check the weather. A dip in temperature will reduce the range.
     
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  16. hugh_jassol

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    It shouldn't affect the displayed rated range. And at least in my case, I live in SoCal, so it's _not_ weather.
     
  17. ewoodrick

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    No, all you are proving is that the displayed numbers suggest you lost range. You are rally only proving that guesstimates are indeed not perfect.
     
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    Is there a way to generate the battery report using date instead of odometer value?
     
  19. hugh_jassol

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    download the data as a csv and plot it yourself using Excel or similar
     
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    I was looking for a lazy way to do it. I own Excel so I guess I don’t really have an excuse.
     

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