This morning I went out to pull the charger plug and it seemed to be stuck in the car. After a bit of work I got it pulled out only to discover that the plug had gotten pretty warm and partially melted one side of the plug on the cord.
I’m in FL, a block from the Gulf so corrosion is always a problem. Could a dirty connection cause this or am I possibly looking at another issue?
2001 825, stock, new batteries.
Edit: Male terminals look to be clean- Guess they don’t corrode as it’s a marine grade plug but man, that thing got how enough to mar the plastic in the plug.
I had to replace the receptacle also due to overheating and contact damage. One thing I think may cause an issue is not getting the extension cord plug pushed fully onto the receptacle and so I make a point of seating it fully and so far have been good.