Is the outlet and/or plug overheating? If there's a bad electrical connection at the receptacle, the EVSE might shut down. IIRC, there's a thermal switch in the OEM EVSE plug that's intended to protect against a bad-connection-caused fire. A bad connection can be caused by an old and/or corroded receptacle, or bad wire connections to it. If the two outlets in the garage are the same (elderly) age, they could both be equally bad. Might require an outlet replacement. If that's the issue, consider replacing with a high-quality commercial grade duplex outlet, and make certain the wire connections to the receptacle are rock-solid, and properly pigtailed.I have had my 2018 Clarity for almost 4 years with no issues whatsoever. Recently, it stops charging on OEM LV1 (Intermittent charging). The Dealer uploaded the 18-097, same thing happened. Then they gave me a new charging chord and it keeps doing the same thing. Sometimes it stops after a few minutes and other times it’s after a few hours. Today it was at the dealer and it did not stop charging. We got home and it’s stopped charging twice in one hour. We tried two different outlets in the garage and experience the same problem. Has anyone had this issue or have any clues as what it could be?
Edit to add: Make sure that in addition to the receptacle you use, all of the receptacles upstream (from the outlet you are using to the breaker panel) are in good condition, and pigtailed. By pigtailing upstream fixtures, you're not depending on possible bad connections, with the charge current flowing through old fixtures. If you don't know what pigtailing is, you might want to engage the services of a licensed electrician.