Your current situation sounds eerily like mine during the early days of my failing OBC. The writeup that HokieMatt shared and I believe you read briefly explained that starting symptoms. One plug in would charge the car a few mile, another some more/less miles and another fully charge it. But after a while, I think a month, it stopped charging entirely. I'm going to guess that you will end up in the same boat as me with a failed charger. It will be removed and there will be one or two blown fuses. Hopefully just replacing the fuses will fix the problem. I am luck because I had alflash and Davio's brains and brawn to get my repair done without shelling out $5,000 or more to Toyota. I don't think anyone here knows how to diagnose and fix more than the fuses in a Tesla gen 1 OBC. I would love to diagnose my failed OBC but I am unwilling to take my car apart more than I already did to diagnose the real problem now that my car is working perfectly again.fred_dot_u wrote: ↑Thu Aug 18, 2022 9:03 pm Yes, that's correct. I'm not sure where my alleged mind was floating at the time. I had a running Gizmo EV in which I installed a Cycle Analyst. That display was Wh per mile and I grew accustomed to that reference, even though I recognize the figures for miles per kWh.
With respect to the Sport Mode reference. She moved the car about the parking lot and attempted to switch to Sport Mode. The display presented a message that it was unable to enter that mode.
She will make the attempt again on her return home, but I do not expect to see any change. We shall see.
Trust alflash. While he can't fix your car for you from Ukraine, he can help diagnosing and cycle the EV system before and after any repair.
I am curious, where in Florida do you live? I will be in Miami at the end of October. If it is not too far from there then I might be able to help you if you need it. You can private message me here to exchange personal information if that is of interest to you.