Not charging ,, due to car was leaft too long without charging , sat for about yr

Not charging ,, due to car was leaft too long without charging , sat for about yr

because HV Bat. is at or almost 0 ( zero ) V's car will not charge off a AC charger.. I held when this happen one needs to charge it with DC Voltage at very current..i guessing it be in mA of charge current ?? is there any problem by doing this ?? do want to take to tesla shop in south bay. have charged other Li-ion Bat. this way ..Have High Voltage , low current power supply , less 2.5 amp and can limit current down to less then 250 mA ( 1/4 amp ) or less if need be ..I know it may take several day at this low current to get battery up to the minium charging voltage , which think is around 2.5 V per cell ,,, 247 Volt for total pack voltage.. w
well BMS allow me to do this with doing any thing ??? do need to over ride some in BMS ??? does tasla have a shop maintance maunual for roadster ??

Earl and Nagin ... | October 25, 2018

The battery is undoubtedly what they refer to as "Bricked". It probably can't be revived. Time to upgrade it to a Roadster 70 with the new 70 KWhr battery pack.
I don't recommend you try to fix it yourself. You're likely to burn your house down.

eric.zucker | October 31, 2018

you very likely just made yourself a very expensive paperweight. As Earl and Nagin said upgrading to a R80 battery if still available is your best bet.

michaeljones21997 | December 6, 2018

So the new tesla roadster claims it has a 200 KWH battery pack. I don't know a whole lot about electric motors. When I type in google "200 KWH to HP" it claims like 268 HP. I know it's far more then that, but why is google giving me that figure?

Does any one know how much HP a 200 KWH battery might put out?

Also, the new roadster claims it has 10,000 NM of torque. That is over 7,000 LB FT of torque!!! THAT IS INSANE! How is that even remotely possible? The highest torque figures of other cars that are heavily modded are about 1500. There's no way that the drive train, tires, or even the frame of the car can handle so much torque. That's more torque than a jet and those people have a hard time not losing consciousness.

x.l.r.8 | December 7, 2018

You need to bypass the BMS board to do this. I have replacement BMS cards that slot into the BMS boards location to do exactly that, you can monitor at brick level and see if they accept a charge. if you charge them to the minimal brick voltage your charger will do the rest, probably best using the 110V charger to take it the rest of the way.