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  1. Is this water drain area under the windshield supposed to look like it was cut with children's scissors?

    That’s definitely rodent damage. Could have happened in transit from the factory or on the dealer lot.
  2. Nema 14-50 receptacle needed?

    Depends on what year’s code you’re on. Unless you’re in a municipality that has adopted a newer code, Illinois defaults to 2008 and a GFCI is not required.
  3. Nema 14-50 receptacle needed?

    It should be on its own circuit, not the same one as the FCSP.
  4. AC Charging showing 1/2 of what is expected.

    You’re right. I mis-read what he reported.
  5. AC Charging showing 1/2 of what is expected.

    If it’s always half, I suspect one of your two onboard chargers has failed. They normally split the input - I don’t know what’s supposed to happen if one fails, but this could be it. The Mach-E issue mentioned above doesn’t apply here. That was a software change specifically targeted at the...
  6. Reset Ford Charge Station Pro

    I was able to manually type in the SSID and password when mine stopped showing up. That might be another option?
  7. The PPO inverters are liquid cooled

    He used an initialism, not an acronym.
  8. Is it possible to run the FCSP by combining 2 50amp runs?

    No, you absolutely can’t do this. You would be essentially paralleling the branch circuit conductors. The NEC only allows paralleling conductors sized 1/0 or larger. There are other more technical reasons why this won’t work (safely) as well.
  9. The PPO inverters are liquid cooled

    But still, you should be able to simply turn on PPO, and whatever needs to run should run. There is no need to power up everything.
  10. Door handle "lock" button intermittently working

    I still press the inside lock button as I exit.
  11. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    For maximum effectiveness, the wires from the surge suppressor to the breaker should be as short as possible, not looped like that.
  12. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    I have a Square-D SDSA1175 installed on my panel. I’m brand-loyal to Square-D going back to my days as a plant engineer when we used their industrial power distribution and motor control equipment. I’ve had no failures of electronics that I can attribute to power surges, but can’t prove that’s...
  13. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    I have a special disdain for inspectors who try to make up their own rules. I wouldn’t hesitate to go over his head.
  14. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    I installed a 100A Square-D 6/12 main lug panel with a 100A breaker for a disconnect. It costs less than a fused disconnect and will be very flexible for future changes.
  15. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    Thanks, I should have been more complete.
  16. Electrician wants to put in a Disconnect for the FCSP

    Yes, a disconnect is required. This has been in the NEC since at least 2017. I ran 95’ of #1 aluminum to the disconnect and a couple feet of #3 copper from there to the FCSP. #2 aluminum is only rated for 95A.
  17. Is Having this Low-Voltage Battery Light on Normal?

    I think it’s normal. There‘s really no reason to use accessory mode. Many EVs don’t even have one.


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