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You realize some of that $750 is labor and markup (profit) for the service department. Shop around.

And before you plunk down that dash, get a flashlight and small screwdriver and make sure the connections on both the EVSE and plus sides are clean. I once had a moth kamikaze himself towards the EVSE cord light and cause my car to stop charging. A screwdriver to work th dead bug parts loose and a couple of squirts of compressed air dodo the trick. Make sure it isn't something physical on the outside before you go tearing into the inside of the charge port.
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