Thanks. I got to work by deleting my home as a "Charing Location".Found this reference for a Nissan Leaf EVSE. Does your outlet have a grounding problem?
No, this is not normal at least for the 2011s and 12s. For us, a flashing green indicates a ground fault in the circuit being used. Check your owners manual under the "Charging" section.
Thanks.Green LED light:
- Pulsing: The high-voltage battery is being charged.
- Continuously lit: Charging process successfully completed.
- Flashing: Time-delayed charging activated. Charging process not yet started.
- Lights up alternately with red indicator: Charging with reduced current to prevent a vehicle breakdown. There is a malfunction, e.g. the charging connector is not fully locked.
Yes, you did set delayed charging by adding your home as a charging destination and setting a departure time.It's possible it was flashing the time delay, but I didn't create a delay — unless when I added my home as a charging destination and set a departure time, the car delayed charging in order to finish the charge just prior departure.
If that is the case, I don't like it, as there could be an unexpected use of the car in the evening that would leave me short on charge.
It looks like we use 10-15% per day, but I'm not comfortable letting it run down below 50% because we also have unexpected trips.Departure charging is good for the longevity of the battery - minimize the time it spends at high state of charge. In general, Li-ion tend to like being at 50% SOC. You can always set the departure time to be a couple hours earlier as a compromise. How many % charge do you need on a typical day?
It looks like we use 10-15% per day, but I'm not comfortable letting it run down below 50% because we also have unexpected trips.
I wasn't prepared for the 80% charge "limit".
That's terrible. Sorry to see that.I know the problem-a-day feeling.
In my case, most of it seems to be false indication. They also fix themselves which is good and bad. It is nice that they go away but bad when I bring it to the dealer and they can't find anything.Over the past few days we have been getting several different alerts on the drivers screen. Also the blind spot monitor light on the drivers side mirror was lit with no car in the lane. My wife was driving in the far left lane when this light was on. All these issues fix themselves after a...www.vwidtalk.com
I know they are going to tell me they couldn't reproduce it but I just want to get it on record. I have other reliable vehicles (Toyotas) so I won't be without transportation.That's terrible. Sorry to see that.
"Just bring it to the dealer" is not an answer for many reasons. Firstly, most dealers don't know these cars or how to fix these problems. Secondly, if they are firmware issues and there isn't a firmware fix (yet) there is nothing the dealer can do. Thirdly, it's a pain to be without your car while they try to figure all of this stuff out.