Woo-Hoo; solving my charger confusion
Now I'm an early adopter type, (early Palm user, Blackberry picker, managed to use a Windows Mobile device when forced to, love my iPhone), but this remote is shall we say, non-intuitive
. Turns out that the little icon of an unplugged electrical cord actually means that the car is charging!
Seriously though, I now attribute my few problematic charging sessions to user interference. That is, if you plug the car in, it starts charging, but then if you set the "ON timer", it will turn off the charger.
Microsoft must have inspired an iMiEV engineer. This is just like selecting "Start" to shut down your computer...
Every time I send any timer command, charging stops for a couple of seconds while the car considers it's options. It appears to restart every time it's told to, but this will take further study. Read y'all's manuals carefully!