Pumas turn to Oxnard…

Still day two, but got a call back after I published my last post and I wanted to get this out as soon as I got word…

My ActiveE, who I am temporarily naming Godot is now Oxnard bound.

Oxnard is the regional center for the ActiveE and is often a point of escalation for ActiveE faults. So I am hoping for a quicker turn around.

I guess it’s time to get reacquainted with my 25 cent per mile vehicle… Also known as my ICE X5! I was planning on driving that a few times this month to get up to the mountain for some skiing, so that might actually start happening

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rEVolutionary armed with a Tesla Model S S85 and a Tesla Roadster, when his wife let's him borrow it. Formerly driving a BMW Active E (2012-Feb to 2014-Feb). Dennis has been driving EVs since he found himself on the BMW Active E trials on February 2012. As a result of his involvement in the Active E program, he became Accidentally Environmental. Aside from this blog, he often tweets @dennis_p. When not driving, he can be found on the following Tesla/EV forums - teslamotorsclub.com, teslamotors.com, and model3ownersclub.com as AEdennis or on speakev.com as Dennis. In the interest of full disclosure, Dennis has an inherent bias toward electric vehicles and has an investment in and is LONG Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA).

4 thoughts on “Pumas turn to Oxnard…”

  1. Too bad Dennis. I suspect there is an issue with the high voltage battery system because the dealer can do most all service that isn’t related to the battery system. It could be something as minor as a bad sensor so keep the faith!

    1. Thanks Tom! I knew what I was signing up for, just hoping for a quick fix. Keep on adding miles, it just makes the challenge to keep up that much harder. I might have to try driving and charging every hundred miles for weeks on end… However, I will NEVER give up the chase!

    2. Tom M,

      You MUST be psychic! Go buy a Lottery Ticket!

      I was supposed to get the car back yesterday (now today) and the only report from the Oxnard folks was that it was a failed sensor in the High Voltage system.

      Anxiously awaiting the return today.

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