I have had a Tesla Model X since 2016. I upgraded to the 2017 after one year to get the bigger battery. I have the P100D and have used a home Wall Connector Charger since then. I have always charged with a 100A circuit breaker with 72A and 240V to charge at the fastest possible rate for a home "destination" charger. I moved just this month to a new home and re-installed the same Wall Connector Charger with another 100A circuit breaker with all the same dip switch settings in the same exact fashion. There is a little bit longer wire from the 100A sub panel. Now the car only reports up to 47/72 A and 230/240 V while charging requiring a much longer charge time. Any help on this issue would be MUCH appreciated. I also recently upgraded my Model X to the self-driving 3.0 module at the Tesla service station.