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P0D3F P1EE6 and pending P1E00

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So i just got an original (old) 240v voltec charger for my 2012 volt, and after about 60% of charging i threw the three codes P0D3F P1EE6 and pending P1E00. i looked them up, all seemed generic. so i wiped the codes and the plugged her back in, and had a green light. looked at the car 10 min later and the charging indicator light in the car is off, so i am assuming that the same codes came up.

I used to charge with the 120 charger all the time before it broke, and i charge at work with a charge-point charger every business day, so why the heck is the charger that was bought at the dealer givin me trouble? anyone else have this problem?

thank you
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What colors are the lights on the round, wall mounted, Voltec 240V EVSE?
i was hoping for a more Technical answer. like the clicking is coming from the relays within the unit because they are faulty. something to that nature. Does anyone Know these things, if its hardware i can repair it, if its "software" then i might as well throw it away.
You can try opening the unit, but the only thing you can test (unless you are an electrical engineer) are the two fuses or a lose wire/connection. But if the fuses were shot you'd get no current at all. Test at a public charge station (it sounds like you have).

If the car charges fine, you likely have something outside the car causing the issue (the electric service or the EVSE).

If the car has an issue charging at a public charge station, it's likely an issues with the charge port, or charger (Not the thing every mistakenly call the charger), or the traction battery or a BCM or some software.
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