Originally Posted by Ira
Reduced charging can be caused by other EVs using nearby chargers.
Besides my beloved Karma, we now have a 2020 Model 3. On YouTube there are Tesla videos explaining how this phenomenon is occurring even at superchargers. The Tesla suggested solution is to charge during less popular times or to use a different charging location.
Also, reduced range in cold weather is normal.
Thanks for this reasonable answer.
There are two twin chargers and I always try to choose one that doesn’t already have another car on it. I suppose that somebody can sneak in there after I leave the car, but have not noticed I yet. And I live in houston so although it is not summer here, it is also not that cold- it was 75 on the weekend.
There may not be an answer.
Do you think I will get any more info if I put the obd on?
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