2019 Jaguar I-Pace HSE
I charge jn garage to 100% over multiple days not moving. Sometimes, I will kick on AC remote if im traveling.
Welcome Samantha!I park in the garage and charge to 100%. I thought you only charged to 80% when using quick charge like electrify america. I'll go down to 80% and see if I notice any changes.
Just to expand on this a little bit because it's an important safety item:All garages should have smoke alarms also.
I have had a few issues where my beautiful and exhilarating i-panthera decides to shut off the A/C if I don't pre-condition it just right in hot weather. My service center cannot duplicate the issue so I have resorted to online research. Per my findings, it seems to be related to the thermal management system placing resources where they are needed most. With that said, I now pre-condition my car as often as possible when I am about to drive it or after a long drive in the sun. Also I set the pre-conditioning when I charge at Electrify America. I am especially careful not to charge after the hyper charging vehicles like the MB EQS, Kia EV6 or Hyundai Ionic. Their charging speed draws so much power that the rubber power cords are hot to the touch. I stick to the Electrify America fast chargers that are limited to 150kwh. Nine times out of ten these tricks seem to help keep my car from overheating in any way so I feel comfortable keeping it in the garage.So, my spouse has asked I park her in the driveway after the 4th I-Pace battery fire. No news on anything since then and this brutal sun makes me cringe when I see her out there baking. Anyone else doing this or heard any updates? The local dealer did the absolute bare minimum when asked about the concern.
On a separate note, when I use Electrify America (and only them), the car gets this weird "battery traction error" message and drives at lowwww speeds for about 40 seconds. Related to anything serious?