mgilpatric wrote:I have the same issue when I charge with a Clipper Creek 16 amp level 2 charger but it charges fine with my Kia 120 volt charger. Is that the same as what others see? OBC issue?
NO - the OBC error prevents charging via any means except DC fast charging.
Check your Clipper Creek EVSE for error indications. If there are, note the blink pattern and contact Clipper Creek. We just went through that a couple of months ago (after doing the OBC in May). Clipper Creek is aware of an internal contactor/software issue and they just sent me a new unit and a prepaid label to send the failed one back. It took me only a little while to swap one for the other and issue solved.
In our case it started with an occasional failure to charge overnight (car wasn’t recharged in the morning) and in the end it would kick off almost immediately after plugging in (charge timer off). Sometimes I could clear the error by cycling the breaker that controlled the EVSE and then the car would charge, but after awhile doing this didn’t always work.