Thank you for this great community you have! I've been reading this forum since looong before buying myself a lovely second-hand Peugeot iOn, and it sure made the difference choosing my first EV!
I'm posting here because, while being tremendously happy with my car, I noticed a weird behaviour while fast charging. When I plug in, if the battery is hot enough, it will turn the AC on to cool the batteries. But when it reaches about 50%, the AC turns off intermittently for a while, and then turns off completely. I even tried to restart the charge, and it doesn't start up again. The fan goes off, the AC light goes off...
Using caniOn I then notice the batteries start to heat too much, and still no AC.
I hear this is no usual behaviour, and the AC should stay until the end of the charge.
Any clue of what may be wrong (if it is wrong at all) with my AC?
I took some screenshots of caniOn during the latest fast charge. This is the first picture, where we can see the AC turning ON a few seconds after starting the fast charge.
Here we see the AC turning OFF. It will then start turning ON for like half a second, then OFF, then ON again, and so on until it stops completely (it happens so fast that caniOn doesn't even register it):
A picture of the cells's temperature after the AC turns OFF. Not very good looking, since they won't have any more cooling...