Thanks for that data point. I heard reference to some of those items today at the dealer . . . here's that story.ydrape wrote: ↑Wed Dec 23, 2020 1:50 pmI had problem very similar to yours on a 2015 Leaf. See below the parts replaced and their cost I have found by part number on the web.
Hopfully, parts and labor passed on warranty in my case.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wsvIb2 ... sp=sharing
I paid $192.57 for the dealer's diagnosis. Something about replacing Intelligent Braking System modules and wiring harness ('mysterious short in the harness'). I haven't looked over the estimate yet, but the service advisor says it comes to ~$6K. Strongly advised not to drive it, with repeated questions along the lines of what do I want to do and do I have a tow lined up. I just wanted to settle up and get the car back, as I had a plan of attack.
Was all ready to go through the DTC Reset and battery disconnect/reconnect procedures. But the car fired right up (was on their L2 EVSE and was fully charged). The 12V battery had obviously been disconnected/reconnected. No dash icons other than one for Air Bag (which usually goes away when someone is sitting in the passenger seat).
I drove straight to Midas for a 12V battery load test. They say it failed the test, could only provide 238 amps (less than half the rated value). I'll be reaching out to Ohmmu soon. I haven't checked the DTCs yet.