My model X (100D, Sept 2017 build) usually sleeps for more than half the day and vampire drain is usually around 1%, as expected. For the past week (since firmware was updated to 48.12.1), it has rarely slept -- going without any sleep for 4 days, and twice sleeping for about 7 hours each time. The vampire loss is at about 3% per day. Sitting in my garage in the mid-50's F. My model 3, sitting right next to it and on same firmware version, has had no trouble sleeping and vampire losses are low.
I've changed my Tesla password and generated a new Teslafi token to ensure there is no other app accessing the car. I've rebooted the car. We are keeping our Tesla app closed on the phones. I believe I have all my Teslafi sleep settings the same as I've always had them (except I have now played with stop polling for 30 minutes and only wait 10 min of idle before trying again.) All 3 boxes are unchecked under the Try to Sleep Requirements. On the car settings, Energy Saver is on, always connected is off, and there is no pre-conditioning nor overheat protection.
As I understand that Teslafi can't make the car actually sleep, it can only suspend polling to facilitate sleep, I would think something is amiss with my car. However, I totally suspended all logging by Teslafi last night for over 11 hours, and when I resumed this morning, there had been a loss of only 1.2 miles -- which is great! This makes me back reconsidering whether I need to make further adjustments in my Teslafi settings.
I am wondering if any one else is experiencing this? Are there any new changes I should make to my settings for the Model X due to the latest firmware update?
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