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Car charged fine yesterday during the day, at work (L2). Went home and plugged in at home (L2) about 8PM. Car is programmed for delayed charging based on departure time (5AM). Got the normal two chirps but did not get a charge completion today morning. When I checked the car, the charging indicator light on the dash was off. When I turned the car on, check engine light was on.

Torque app reported codes P1E00 and P1EE6 over OBDII port. Unplugged my OBDII adapter and called OnStar from the car. OnStar confirmed that there were two errors .. one indicating a generic issue, and the second reporting that there was an issue with the charging system. They asked me to take the car for service, at my convenience.

Tried to clear the codes and charge with different EVSEs (L1 and L2) but that did not work. Got the codes back. So, this appears to be a persistent issue.

Setup an appointment with the dealer for this Friday. Hope this is a quick fix. Hate to be burning gas for the next few days but then ..it happens!
 
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Car charged fine yesterday during the day, at work (L2). Went home and plugged in at home (L2) about 8PM. Car is programmed for delayed charging based on departure time (5AM). Got the normal two chirps but did not get a charge completion today morning. When I checked the car, the charging indicator light on the dash was off. When I turned the car on, check engine light was on.

Torque app reported codes P1E00 and P1EE6 over OBDII port. Unplugged my OBDII adapter and called OnStar from the car. OnStar confirmed that there were two errors .. one indicating a generic issue, and the second reporting that there was an issue with the charging system. They asked me to take the car for service, at my convenience.

Tried to clear the codes and charge with different EVSEs (L1 and L2) but that did not work. Got the codes back. So, this appears to be a persistent issue.

Setup an appointment with the dealer for this Friday. Hope this is a quick fix. Hate to be burning gas for the next few days but then ..it happens!
Hi telveer,

We're sorry to hear you've been experiencing some difficulty with your Volt. If you would like to send us a private message with your information, we'd be happy to work alongside your dealership to ensure your appointment on Friday goes smoothly. Just send us your contact information, VIN, mileage and involved dealer if this is of interest.

Best,
Lauren E.
Chevrolet Customer Care
 

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at least try a double in-out of the charger cord to force a charge now and reset car to not use delay charging.

One less thing to confuse the dealer it you have to take it in.

and take one last look at battery tank cooling level and try charging at a second location.
 

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P1EE6 - Battery Charger AC Voltage not Present
Sets when Charger AC input is below <=5V
 
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