Plan on getting it towed to Germany to get it fixed. Just saying... technicians in Poland won't have any training fixing e-golfs with recharging or Drive train issues. We are talking about different countries, not different states in the same country of USA.njet wrote:I did get it cheap and will rely on the VW for service.
I see now that I wasn't clear with the opening post: that car is already in the country and I don't import it personally
Congrats on the car! You'll be fine for 240VAC. if you decide to retrofit the socket from a salvage car, see if you can get an auto-scan done of all modules prior to removing that part - having all the soft coding may or may not help with the retrofit.njet wrote:Thanks for reminding me that Germany is a completely different country
E-Golfs are sold officially in Poland from 2015, let's not panic, alright?
I've been called many things, but being right often isn't one of them. I am sure that during my lease I will get back here often
I compared different cables with CCS combo 1 and CCS combo 2. The connectors on the wiring side do not differ in appearance. Maybe I'm not looking? Please explain.njet wrote:In the end with the range that my e-Golf has it's quite clearly a city car and I haven't had a real need for CSS charging. So I've dropped this by now.
PR-ES0 Without vehicle inlet
PR-ES1 AC vehicle inlet, type 1 (Japan)
PR-ES2 AC vehicle inlet, type 2 (EU)
PR-ES3 AC vehicle inlet, type 2, mode 2-3 (EU)
PR-ES4 AC vehicle inlet (China)
PR-ES5 AC+DC vehicle inlet CHAdeMO (Japan)
PR-ES6 Vehicle inlet Combo 1 (NAR) 7.2 kW
PR-ES7 Vehicle inlet Combo 2 (EU)
PR-ES8 AC+DC vehicle inlet (China)
PR-ES9 AC vehicle inlet, type 1 (NAR)