mark at webb-johnson.net
Thu Apr 4 10:10:05 HKT 2013
Urgh, what is it with these little door switches in EVs? There must be a better way.
I've now heard of these problems in Nissan Leafs, Tesla Roadsters, Twizzies, Volt/Amperas, and Tesla Model S's. My old mini even had the problem.
But, seriously, it seems that 12V battery failures in EVs are a cause of so many problems. I've literally read/heard/seen more than 50 of these, across so many models of EV, but have still to read/hear/see a main traction battery failure,
Glad it wasn't anything worse.
On 4 Apr, 2013, at 2:08 AM, Michael Jochum <mikeljo at mac.com> wrote:
> Car is back.
> It is NOT the 12V Battery. Is is a broken driver door switch. It has a short circuit. They think this drains the battery.
> Now waiting for the spare part. But in the meantime i can drive. Only the drive door knob doesn't work. Outside switch to look and unlook when FOB is near.
> Am 03.04.2013 um 17:42 schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net>:
>> Urgh, what is it with these little 12v batteries in EVs? There must be a better way.
>> I've now heard of these problems in Nissan Leafs, Tesla Roadsters, Twizzies, Volt/Amperas, and Tesla Model S's.
>> Hope it gets fixed quickly for you.
>> Regards, Mark.
>>> not in the Moment. Car is in the repair shop. Electronic and/or 12V Batterie Problem.
>>> A few days ago the car was dead. 12Volt Line shows 5.5V.
>>> Michael J.
>>> Am 02.04.2013 um 14:55 schrieb Mark Webb-Johnson <mark at webb-johnson.net>:
>>> >> On the Ampera there is no more temperature and no more charging indicator.
>>> > Urgh. Michael: Can you test this and see if anything was broken?
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