1. For remote troubleshooting of Tesla systems, you can contact to https://alflash.com.ua/service/rav4ev-p ... ze-list-2/Alex 2013 rav wrote: ↑Sat Oct 22, 2022 4:33 pm Interesting how many of these are failing right now.
Mine went two weeks ago....
The normal OBDII scan is a good place to start!
I understand that the full diagnostic tool is $8000.
If you go to the Toyota dealership they will charge you $250 for the comprehensive scan.
Since I'm on the east coast, its taking weeks for my dealership to "rent" this tool, and I'm still waiting.
Start with the OBD2 scan, those are way cheaper and may get you the info that you need.
Did you find a solution?greenpowergrenada wrote: ↑Fri Oct 21, 2022 11:03 pm Hey guys, im new here. I recently got the dreaded "Check EV System" message and my car wont go into Ready. When i press start, i hear the contactors click and "Ready" is blinking on the instrument cluster. Does anyone on this forum sell a diagnostic tool for this car? I would like to get an idea of the problem before i start tearing this car apart. Thank You
1. If there is no longer a malfunction in the Tesla system, then this "Check EV System ..." message and Toyota DTC P312F (inf. 448) can be easily erased using the standard Toyota procedure shown at 10 seconds of this video:... if you still need help resetting the "check ev" codes.