Owned by Tesla Motors and on loan to Tebay... you could try contacting Tesla but I already know the responseIt seems the charger at Tebay services M6 is not working correctly. This charger used to operate at 70A and it now fluctuates between 53A and 61A. I think whoever owns this should investigate and repair please.
I would be fairly confident that this was solely PEM related to be honest.I haven't mentioned it to them as I wasn't sure who actually owned the HPC. I also wasn't sure if there were any other mitigating circumstances around why it was misbehaving. My PEM was hot at 61 degrees and it looks like it was causing my car to request less current. However I have driven down to Kendal and my PEM temps have fallen and are stable at 53 degrees, the Ecotricity charger has been perfectly stable at 60A
Yep you are correct that the service recommendation is every 12,000 miles. I am out of warranty though so that's why I extend it a bit as I'm tight! I can't comment in this particular situation as we haven't heard back from @(redacted) yet...Also... isn't the result of that discussion that you should follow the service manual and get it serviced every 12000 miles so that the charging system and batteries don't overheat...?? Sounds like it's fluctuating because the charging system on the car's overheated due to poor maintenance (unless I misread??)
Well I make my decisions based on what I think is correct... I personally think servicing every 12,000 miles is solely down to the cooling fans and at £500 a time feel it's not all that necessary. So until I experience a loss in performance I don't want to service the car... Since the warranty expired I've run it for ~16,000 miles before servicing.You spend £80k on a car and are out of warranty and then are too tight to service it on time!? Umm...