KiEV, the main positive contactor won't engage until the condenser is at pack voltage. Since the condenser tops out 12 volts shy of pack voltage, the car errors and never connects the pack.
It appears that the condenser discharges really quickly after the flag was set, which may point to an undesired load somewhere in the system. In my experience, I usually hear a clunk 5 seconds after powering the car off, which I believe is the negative main contactor dropping out after condenser discharge is complete. This load would cause the condenser to not charge quickly enough given a fixed current source (the pre-charge resistor), so it times out before fully charging.
Lic, just to verify, is the fuse feeding the DC-DC converter blown?
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"Koorz" - 2012 Cool Silver Metallic ES with QC - 1/5/2015
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Driving electric since 2-21-2013.