This is for troubleshooting the DTC P1B2A on a 2012, but may give you some ideas.http://mmc-manuals.ru/manuals/i-miev/on ... 100ENG.HTM
This code is mostly for a situation where the EVECU is not getting the low voltage control signals thru the J_1772; but if the traces are blown at the connector of the EVECU, then no signal can get thru even with a good EVSSE unit, but that may be good for making a repair since the main EVECU functions were hopefully not impacted.
There are resistors either in the J_1772 handle or the chassis of the EVVSE to provide control signals, and if those were blown then this same code would occur. It was not a smart move for someone to connect AC directly to the control signals terminals (low voltage DC circuits).
This is exactly what I expect. I will check the circuit from the J1772 connector to the EV -ECU, and the EV¬ -ECU itself. The input circuits are uniquely destroyed. On the damaged car, when the ACC is turned on, on the signal pins J1772 0 volts, On my, the same serviceable car, on these pins 4.5 vac. When the ACC is off on a working car, the charge of the electrolytic capacitor is traced in the right signal contact G1772 with an ohmmeter. On the injured car, the ohmmeter reads infinity. Explicit open circuit. I assume that there is multiple destruction in the input signal circuit of the G1772.
It is unreasonable, this is a very mild word. I have never met more stupidity. This car – Mitsubishi Minicab MIEV a small business owner bought it specifically to save on fuel. Minicab came from Japan without a charging cable. The owner instructed his workers to charge it. They watched some kind of video on YouTube, and tried to charge ...