NuclearLeaf wrote:Yes, I turned the climate timer completely off.
I think you figured it out!
I had the opportunity to experiment today. I disabled both Climate timers and the LEAF finished charging only 30 min ahead of its scheduled time this morning. Apparently it's not enough to just have the climate timer disabled for the day in question (which I do all the time) but it has to be completely disabled by turning both timers off.
That is really strange (and I believe unwarranted) behavior. Even if the car is attempting to finish charging before it's going to turn on the climate control, it's way overestimating the climate control time. I've noticed that it turns on either 20 or 30 minutes before my scheduled departure time (which is a LONG time by the way--I suspect it limits the power to what it can pull from the EVSE when using the climate timer, as it only takes 5 minutes to get the car super toasty even when sitting outside on batteries only). Even if it backed up the charging timer that half hour I'd expect it to finish an hour early on days that I had a timer set, and even then I believe it should intelligently determine if there is even a conflict. I already programmed in a staggered charging end/climate departure time when I set it up to avoid any conflicts.
Scheduled departure time is 7:20am
Set climate timer to 7:20am
Set charging END timer to 6:30am
Even if the car stops charging at 6:30am, the climate control doesn't start until 6:50am so there is no conflict.