Submitted by robwarnersc on Wed, 2019-07-24 11:11
After contacting Tesla to schedule a service appointment due to a 10% - 15% battery capacity drop, I was told that as a result of a remote battery test, that nothing was wrong with my batteries. That in fact due to a software download, a number of model S cars were impacted in a similar fashion and that Tesla was working on a fix. Unfortunately, no one at Tesla can tell me when my car will be returned to the former state which allows me to charge to the same level before this took place.
The problem is that my daily charge (rated) on my "85" fell from about 220 to about 190 and that the time it takes to charge to the 190 is greatly impacted because the battery thinks it is getting fully charged much sooner. This greatly impacts my use of my car and feel that this is unacceptable.
I would like to hear from anyone who has experienced this and it would be great to know what your plan is on how to deal with this.