Hi Alan. It’s on manual charge. I set the limit in EV-settings in the car. I had this issue a few months ago, but then it disappeared. Now it’s back again.Is this on manual charge or schedule charge?
Of course it’s worth asking. I appreciate it. 🙏Ok, just asking as any schedule set up overrides % set on AC or DC setting. Worth asking.
Do you know if the car has all the latest SW updates?
Sounds like the car signal to stop charging is not being received at the charger. Is this home only or away?
Do the cable contacts and car contacts look clean?
Haha, yes, my friend. Definitely totally 100%. 😊Sorry if this sounds like a very silly question... but have you definitely set the AC charge limit and not the DC one to 80%?
I'm thinking more and more about the car itself. The charger is after all in the car and not in the wall box. The setting for maximum 80% is set in the car.Sorry, this just my opinion but if it does the beyond 80% thing at home it might be worth trying a public 7kw ac charger just to knock the home charger off the "possible" list before you go to the dealer. This is on the basis that what you mean by fast charger is the 50kw dc charger....just a thought
Thank you, Alan. I will apply some wd-40 and see if there is any change in behavior. I have checked the connectors with a flashlight and I can't see how any dirt or other obstacles should have been able to get in there with the cable connector always protected and the lid on the car connector, but you're right; you never know.Figgeman, is it a tethered cable on this charger? If yes wd40 the car end of the cable to clean the contacts ensuring the power is off. Cotton buds help.
If no and you used the same cable to charge elsewhere clean the charger connectors ensuring you disconnect it from the power source in advance, again with wd40 and a cotton bud.
Worth trying to confirm it's the charger internals and s/w that's goosed!