LancerlotGood post, thank you very much for the useful info. Strangely, following this routine in my Macan GTS doesn't always work. With everything plugged in as you describe and with a nice array of yellow LED's showing the path of charging progress, off I go to let the process take care of itself. However, on returning the next day, lo and behold I find the dreaded flashing green LED indicating the charging circuit has become disconnected. I'm using the centre console socket though, so it might be different with the 992 footwell socket. Having had this happen several times now, I have found it more reliable to leave the car for 30 minutes after switching off the ignition, then connect up the charger. This seems to work consistently in my particular case as the electronics recognise electrical input as opposed to output. BTW: AGM = Absorbent Glass Mat. Apologies if I'm being pedantic, just in the interests of accuracy. Regards, Clive
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