kikbuti wrote:I will schedule a visit to the dealer.
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Received an email supposedly from Dealer Service Manager stating "Your 2013 Nissan LEAF may soon be due for its first service." Yesterday, I clicked on the button, "Schedule Your Service Appointment" and a web page opened up for me to fill in the blanks. After submission, a message said that a service advisor would contact me.
This morning, I checked Carwings and received message "Unable to update vehicle status at this time." I tried again and found Leaf was not charged as schedule. In the garage I could see that vehicle was now charging. Time for work, not charged enough for round trip, so went to dealer who told me that it takes a few days before service advisor contacts after using the "third party" service. I advised "third party" service should have said so. At any rate, they couldn't work on it today. They brought out their Leaf technician who didn't seem knowledgeable about the July 1 PDM software upgrade bulletin or the click clack noise. They all seemed more concerned about my Siemens EVSE that I use at home. Told them EVSE not the problem. Several members of mynissanleaf.com forum have same problem and it is not the EVSE. Scheduled for drop off in two days and they will pay for rental.
Got to work and parked in public EVSE about mile from work. 2 Leafs and a Volt in the 4 station EVSE. Volt not plugged in. Cord ripped from post. Plugged in vacant EVSE. Leaf shows "not plugged in." Probably the breaker is tripped because of its companion EVSE on the 2 sided pole. Will go down again at lunchtime and hopefully one of the other Leafs are unplugged. If not, may not have enough juice to get home. Temperatures in 80s and 90s with humidity 60s and 70s. Sweated through my shirt walking to work. Will be tough to drive home with climate control off. Wish me luck.