An expert Arvada electrician can undoubtedly help you troubleshoot your EV. You should start with the basics by making sure that your EV is plugged in and that the charger is connected correctly to the car and to the power source.
We need to say that modern EVs often display error messages on their dashboard or screen, so you should check for any messages related to charging or electrical issues. You should examine the charging cable and connectors for any visible damage. If you see any problems, replacing the cable or connector is best.
You should also ensure the power source is working correctly and test it with another device to check that it is providing power. If the power source seems fine, you must charge your EV from a different outlet. Sometimes, a faulty outlet can cause charging problems.
If your EV is not charging at home, check your home’s circuit breaker panel for tripped breakers and reset them, if necessary. Also, you should inspect the car’s fuse box to see any blown fuses.
If your EV is too hot from recent driving, it may need to cool down before charging. Some EVs will not charge when they are too hot to prevent damage.