Jul 19, 2014 - 10:14 AM
First, be sure the electrical outlet and circuit are OK, and have the needed capacity to charge an EV. Make sure your ground fault interrupter, if you have one on that outlet, is not shutting off. Next, if you have not done so already, be sure your Nissan dealer has done the recent software updates for the car. One had to do with the Power Delivery Module (PDM) detecting random errors and stopping charging. Do this first if you have not. Nissan did send out notices for it, and there is no cost to the customer. There is also a recal for airbag sensor programming that they will also probably do. Has to do with detecting a passenger in the seat so as not to shut the airbag off on that side. Good Luck. Love my LEAF. No problems!