mikedufty wrote:I also am having charger issues.
2010 Australian model with 50,000km.
Showed a couple of odd symptoms - seemed to be less than fully charged a couple of times over a week or so, then wouldn't charge.
Low voltage (battery shaped light) and high voltage (!) warning lights on dash.
Car still drives fine, 12v battery seemed to have a good charge.
I took it to local Mitsubishi dealer who said the charger will need replacing ($4000) but that our charger was recently replaced in a recall, and they might be able to do it under warranty. 2 months and a few phone calls to Mitsubishi Australia later, and they have agreed to replace it under warranty. Now waiting another 2 months for the part to come from Japan and be fitted - car broke in early May and estimated fix is in early August.
Interesting - I've seen a less than full charge on maybe 3-4 occasions with our 2010 AU model with 64,000km. However I started poking around because tonight the car decided to stop charging at 3 bars below half full. Unplugging it and plugging it back in gives a fan, and the charger light flashes, but at the point the fuel gauge would normally light up I get the exclamation mark warning, and the battery warning light. The charger light then turns off, and the battery light turns off leaving just the exclamation mark. I've checked the fuses I think are relevant in the user serviceable fuse boxes, but they all seem fine.
Car still starts to ready, but the battery and exclamation mark warnings are on. 12V battery was replaced two months ago, after the a door was left ajar. Canion shows cell voltages from 3.900V to 3.905V, and 39% SoC.
Fingers crossed it decides to start charging again over the weekend. For us it's going to be a bit of a challenge to get it into a dealer with less than half a charge, I might have to get it towed in.