Marktm wrote:Going to leave my Leaf at the airport for 7 days. It will be charged while I'm gone on a level II charger. I'm quite sure they will NOT disconnect it unless I specifically tell them to do so as they have multiple stations and only request my fob if only one station is available when I arrive (won't happen!). My 2012 Leaf has the original battery - that I've kept charged/equalized/watered/etc/etc. Any opinions on what might happen IF they leave it on the charger the entire time??
You could come back and everything will be just fine. You could come back to a discharged 12 volt battery. If you have a charge timer set for every morning, and they leave the car plugged in, it may keep the 12 volt charged up. It also depends on the age and condition of the 12 volt battery. I leave my car plugged in all the time, when not driving, but it is a 2013 model. I had issues with the 12 volt battery, when I first got the car. I quickly learned not to leave the bluetooth dongle connected to the OBD port when the car is off. After topping off all the cells with distilled water, everything has been good since then. I also pack one of these around, just in case. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00 ... UTF8&psc=1
The best situation would be to arrive at the airport with the traction battery between 30% and 80% and just let it sit. Have them plug it in to charge around six or eight hours before your scheduled return time.