i posted some diagrams in a troubleshooting threadviewtopic.php?f=23&t=4079&p=36346#p36346
In the first diagram you can see that there are 3 contactors in the pack: charging, main[+], and main[-]
If the main + doesn't come on then the voltage is reaching the condenser thru the charging contactor path, which has a Resistor in the path and will cause a slower condenser rise time.
Maybe the issue is in the EV-ECU? Why is it commanding the charging contactor instead of Main while trying to start to READY mode. Why isn't Main[+] coming on--is it even being commanded.
One way to check would be put a voltmeter on the EV-ECU line that commands Main[+] and see if it goes to 12V when trying to start. EVECU is under the rear seat, yellow wire in connector 111, terminal 107, check voltage between here and ground/chassis.
Connectors make for quick and easy installation, but they are the most likely candidate for intermittent issues. The sliding contacts are prone to oxidation and dirt. Sometimes just disconnecting and cleaning the contacts with spray can of cleaner compound will provide a fix. With key OFF, just pull all the connectors on EVECU and BMU and clean all of them.