P0D26 - Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
- Faulty Hybrid/EV Battery Charger Receptacle
- Hybrid/EV Battery Charger Receptacle harness is open or shorted
- Hybrid/EV Battery Charger Receptacle circuit poor electrical connection
- Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
P0d26 DescriptionBefore connecting the battery charger to the hybrid/EV battery pack, it is necessary to raise the voltage level of the battery charger output to match the hybrid/EV battery pack voltage. This is called the precharge of the battery charger. During precharge, the charging positive contactor is closed. Also the drive motor battery charger cable needs to be plugged into the hybrid/EV battery charger receptacle and utility power needs to be enabled to the vehicle. The hybrid/EV powertrain control module 2 monitors the amount of time it takes to achieve the proper pre-charge voltage.
P0D26 Information for specific makes
- P0D26 BUICK Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
- P0D26 CADILLAC Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
- P0D26 CHEVROLET Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
- P0D26 GMC Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
- P0D26 SATURN Battery Charger System Precharge Time Too Long
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