Thank you for replying.
kiev wrote:Where are you located?
Am located in LA, California.
kiev wrote:The P1AFE trouble code indicates an issue with the DC Quick Chargger and not the OBC. The DTC set conditions for this code are given in the diagnostics section of the Factory Service Manual:
After the quick contactor is driven, if the quick chargger error signal from the quick chargger is ON, the diagnosis code No. P1AFE will be set.
That's actually weird because the car charges fine from the CHAdeMO port. The issue is only with the level 1 and level 2 port.
After I plug in the original EVSE charger (level 1), the charging disconnects after 20-30 seconds. I tried an EVGO level 2 charger, the car detects it but doesn't charge.
kiev wrote:We have had dozens of OBC failures reported on this forum and the most common problem is a blown fuse in the Motor Control Unit (MCU) and two small capacitors blown in the OBC. These can be replaced and get the OBC working again.
I also thought it could be a fuse (I hope it is). Do you have any information on how I can have those replaced?