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  1. 2022+ Chevy Bolt EUV General Discussion
    This is my 1st electric car and I've had it for only a few weeks. Appreciate all your explanations! I read somewhere that, while the battery doesn't have a memory as in the old days of lithium ion batteries, it will charge based on my recent usage (that sounds like memory to me). And, that I...
  2. South West
    Hi everyone! My name is Ryan, I've had my 2017 Premier for about 2 years. I am working on a project with Out of Spec Reviews (https://www.youtube.com/c/OutofSpecReviews), we want to compare the range between a Bolt that received the recall battery replacement and one that has not. We're looking...
  3. Charging and Batteries
    Hello, I have a 2017 Bolt that had the battery replaced on April 1st of this year. At that time, Torque Pro showed the battery capacity at 65 kWh. Also, I have my own ways of calculating battery capacity and I was getting about the same number. I can get into those methods if anyone is...
  4. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum
    I got a new battery in my 2017 Bolt 4 days ago and did my first capacity check using OBD-2 codes from Sean Graham (thank you Sean). I'm wondering if this looks reasonable and whether I did the test correctly. Here are what I think the critical codes are at 100%, 50%, and 10% SoC: The kWh...
  5. 2017 - 2022 Bolt EV Battery Fire Recall
    Hi all Im new to the forum so forgive me if this has been discussed. I got my update at a local dealer a couple of weeks back and now my car is acting all kinds of strange. First it refuses to charge over 45-50%. Then yesterday as I was parking the car I got a check engine light and a message...
  6. 2017 - 2022 Bolt EV Battery Fire Recall
    Hi everyone, Can anyone shed some light on how does the November 2020 recall software update affect what you see as estimated battery capacity shown in Torque Pro? The LT in question was purchased used at end of 2020, purportly with the November 2020 software update already applied. The 3rd...
  7. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum
    I recently bought a used 2019 with the recall fix. I am really enjoying driving it, especially in L mode. I got a ODBII adapter and Torque Pro and made a log. Can someone let me know what PIDs I should log to try to calculate battery capacity and stability. Is "!Battery - Pack - Capacity kWh...
  8. Charging and Batteries
    I felt like seeing how many kWh I could use before absolutely needing to charge. here are the results: I ended up traveling 256.2 miles and used 61.8 kWh. Using an EngineLink I could see I had (rounding) 2 percent battery life left. Assuming I started with 66 kWh, useable. ( I bought the car...
  9. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum
    I am super excited to have purchased a used 2017 bolt EV with 70k miles on it, however I am a bit concerned now that I have been able to charge it fully. The range is currently 158 mi at a 95% charge. It is a nice 60 degrees Fahrenheit outside and all tires are at 42 psi. It will not charge...
  10. Charging and Batteries
    I have just bought a certified 2017 Bolt and I believe I have a battery issue. I have only had the car for a week. After reading several threads and following my battery status for a week it seems my total kW used are off when compared to the battery percentage. Here is an example: Battery...
  11. DIY And How To
    I wanted to tell you about an iPhone app I’ve written that you may find useful. It was developed really for the Volt, but two of its functions are also useful in the Bolt. - Afterblow: This function allows you to check the status of, and enable or disable, the Afterblow system built into your...
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