Depending on the age of your Clarity, the 12V PbA auxiliary battery might be approaching its end-of-life. There are a myriad of processors on EVs of all types, and a weak 12V battery can cause mayhem and confusion.Hi Clarity owners:
I am not sure if I am the only one got an orange color message "check power system - power reduced" on my display panel. Unfortunately, I have no luck to google anyone has this experience.
The car seems running fine after I made a decision to give a drive with this alert.
Appreciate if anyone can help to give me a clue
if I need to go dealer take a whole trip and see what they say.
I'd check the health of your 12V PbA under load. It's a cheap thing to do, and history has shown that it's often a source of "odd" behaviors. Many auto parts stores have battery testers that you can use for free, but it will require you to remove the battery first. Removal is just like in most other cars. Do note that you'll likely lose some settings in the infotainment system.