After ~5 days of L1 charging and a further 9 days of just sitting in the garage (road trip in the ICE car), the Leaf is now charging again from our L2 EVSE (Schneider).
Am baffled and intrigued. Had planned to drop it off at the dealer later this week, but will wait now. The dealer technician had mentioned earlier that Nissan is anxious to troubleshoot it. Wondered whether they would replace the $2,000 onboard charger or the $0.50 diode.
So the error is transient, what car makers sometimes call as a soft error. An analogy of a check engine light coming on occasionally in an ancient ICE car.
2011 Blue Ocean SL
112,777 miles, Sept 2020
Traction battery replaced, Sept 23rd, 2015
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