csites wrote:When in accessory mode, you'll see around 11-12v - any less and you're having trouble. When in drive mode or when charging the drive battery, you'll see either 13v or 14v - a few minutes at 14v then drops to 13v. Ignore the red, yellow, green lights which seem to be calibrated for a gas car.
I bought the battery monitor and have had to jump a 2011 Leaf twice in the past month even though a new battery was installed in March. I just put the car in Accessory mode and the reading was 10.10v. I am new to this world (bought used in October 2017), and am wondering how I should proceed? Do I need to replace the 12v battery? Or will it re-charge itself?
I also just learned about a Service Campaign NTB18-045 that addresses this problem that seems to occur after people upgrade their TCU to 3G (which I stupidly did as soon as I bought the car...)