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Cold soaked battery is almost certainly not the issue then. I'd drop the pack to another low SoC and then charge it back to 100%. If it still shows "complete" when below 100% you probably have an issue with the pack.
I did my second charge starting at 7% and it only charged to 97% before stopping. I use TeslaFI so it shows what happened. I started at 10pm and it finished at 6:12am. Also, at the top of the page it shows the current charge and the charge limit. Since I drove it after the charging it is now 90% of 100%.

I placed a call to Tesla Service and I was told it would be sent to my local service center for review. Also, for those not part of my problem I did my first charge from 1% and it stopped at 99%. My goal was to drain my battery and then charge to 100% and both times it did not charge to 100%,

Charge %
90 / 100


Home 10:00 PM - 6:12 AM
8 Hours 11 Minutes Start - 7 %
End - 97 % Used - 74.5 kWh
Added - 64.4 kWh 86.4 % Avg Voltage - 238.53V
Max Voltage - 243V Avg Amps - 38.13A
Max Amps - 40A $ 9.69 227.39 8 Hours 30 Minutes 2,376.54

Tesla App Notification: Charging completed at 6:11am with batter at 244 mi. I have it set to miles so I can see my Rated Miles at 100% if it makes it there. My 99% showed 248 mi. At 100% my 75D should be 259 Rated Miles.
 
S100D now with 26,000 miles has recently dropped over about 30 days from 300 to 294 miles at 90%. Don't know if the cold weather is effecting it or not.
I don't think so, this one is getting those numbers at 19 degrees, even got 336 full the other night, my 90D dropped like crazy after I got it but is now pacing along with KMan Auto's
 

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I'd be curious to know what the community has to say about this. I recently picked up a CPO 2013 P85 with 75k miles and my 90% is consistently 218 which I thought was a bit low.

That works out to 242 miles at 100%. The P85 was EPA rated at 265 miles. That's an 8.6% loss. That is maybe a little on the high end of average, but it's well within normal range. KmanAuto (islandbay on the forum) has an early 2016 S 90D that has lost 13% of it's rated range.

For all the specs of all the versions:
Tesla Model S - Wikipedia
 
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My remanufactured D-rev pack (replaced the original failed B-rev pack in early 2017) on my 2013 is now seeing 230 miles @90%.

It was 231 when I first got the reman pack. Of course it's stupid cold here at the moment, so we'll see if that changes at all when sane temps return.
 

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That works out to 242 miles at 100%. The P85 was EPA rated at 265 miles. That's an 8.6% loss. That is maybe a little on the high end of average, but it's well within normal range. KmanAuto (islandbay on the forum) has an early 2016 S 90D that has lost 13% of it's rated range.

For all the specs of all the versions:
Tesla Model S - Wikipedia

Why no HP figures for 100D?
 
That works out to 242 miles at 100%. The P85 was EPA rated at 265 miles. That's an 8.6% loss. That is maybe a little on the high end of average, but it's well within normal range. KmanAuto (islandbay on the forum) has an early 2016 S 90D that has lost 13% of it's rated range.

For all the specs of all the versions:
Tesla Model S - Wikipedia

Appreciate the response, wdolson. Just curious, what lost % should someone be concerned for a sub 100k mile car? Better yet, are there specific numbers that Tesla covers under warranty? Or is it purely case by case?
 
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wdolson

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Appreciate the response, wdolson. Just curious, what lost % should someone be concerned for a sub 100k mile car? Better yet, are there specific numbers that Tesla covers under warranty? Or is it purely case by case?

I think Tesla looks at actual failure of cells or modules for warranty repair as opposed to just a general degradation of all the cells over time. Decline in capacity of all the cells is normal wear and tear whereas an outright failure is a warranty issue.

Here is some real world data on battery degradation
Tesla Model S battery degradation data
 
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