I’ve never had an issue with vampire drain...but since 32.12.2 it seems that my car loses a few % of battery when it sits for a few hours. I do not have any hard data to back this up but it seems that way, all of the sudden.
It looks like you have FSD. Be sure you have Summon Standby Mode turned off. This will drain everywhere except at home, work, and favorites (if they are defined).
Data Sharing and Sentry mode, those two are the big ones. Also “keep climate on”and cabin overheat protection.
I don’t use cabin overheat or keep climate on, that I know of. I do have data sharing selected but how much power does that use? I’ve had that since day one and don’t recall the drain being anything like this...1/2% per hour, that’s a lot.
You could have lost as little as 6 rated miles due to rounding error. Sounds like the car never went to sleep - I have noticed this happening more often with V10. Lots of pump whirring noises for no apparent reason. It may have been deciding to cool your battery after the long trip, share some AP data with Tesla, etc.
Hard to say. Could also have been partially a battery temperature change.
After speaking with the service manager, he walked me through my settings and had me turn off my cabin overheat.
auto summon standby shouldn't have affected this, as my car was in my home location and that was checked. Not sure what's going on, but 10 miles a day seems aggressive.
If it was checked, that means that Summon Standby Mode was disabled at home (these are exclude check boxes). So now that it's somewhere else, it's draining like a champ. That's the beauty of this new setting. If it's not disabled, it should be disabled. Not sure anyone uses Summon anyway, and is it really that big a deal to wait 15-30 seconds for the car to wake up and close the contactors?
That's the thing... It was checked to be EXCLUDED from home location, and my car's been sitting at home. So not sure why it's draining 10 miles per day..
Ah...sorry...misread (skimmed)...for some reason thought it was still at service. Anyway, why don't you try turning off the feature? It may be that your home location is not properly defined, or maybe it's just buggy? 10 miles a day is not really as much as I would expect, though...I'd expect closer to 16 per day.