Kia EV6 limited
My dealer told me 10 days. Day 11 and nothing yet.
It was a week of hearing nothing when @RawrEV6 shared this email address: [email protected]My dealer told me 10 days. Day 11 and nothing yet.
Yes, match the plug to your 220v outlet. I had to buy an adapter because these plugs do not match my outlet.
I also found out that the canadian EV6's come with charge cables because they do not get 1000kw free charge credit.
My dryer outlet does not match either. I plan to use an adapter and then use the instructions to make adjustments with the level 2 charger.I'm not an expert (i.e., electrician) but your electrician should tell you what your options are and how much each costs. There are too many unknowns (house feed, available breakers, current usage, etc.) for anyone here to answer your question definitively.
I did come across this article yesterday that seems like an option for those of us who might otherwise overload existing panels with EV charging.
Solar, batteries, EVs and electric heat pumps can overload home electrical panels. Lots of companies are coming up with solutions.www.canarymedia.com
Maybe you're thinking/considering something like this?My dryer outlet does not match either. I plan to use an adapter and then use the instructions to make adjustments with the level 2 charger.
So THAT explains the $495 estimate--that must be one expensive t-shirt--LOL j/k!Update: filled out the survey on Thursday, received shipping notification today with an ETA of Wednesday.
Having it installed by Hi-Q Electrical ATL - my neighbor had his Tesla charger installed by this guy and comes highly recommended. Quoted me $495 for labor and material (outlet), and it comes with a free "SORRY NO GAS TODAY" promotional T-shirt for his company