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  1. Charging and Batteries
    I'm getting 13.7 amps and 1.7 kW [measured with a Kill-a Watt on the AC charger plug] with the OEM L1 charger now on my 2017 LT. That's up from 12.0 and 1.4 kW with the old battery / old battery SW. Anyone else see this?
  2. Charging and Batteries
    After an unusual total battery failure (no fire) had the battery pack replaced by GM (not part of the recall program, but they hustled up a replacement as we were now totally without a car, not just driving with a restricted battery pack). After driving for three weeks around town and a few...
  3. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV Issues And Problems
    I‘ve had a 2018 Chevy Bolt for close to 4 years now. As a Uber/Lyft driver I’ve put 130.000 miles on it. The original battery has worked fine and there was no discernible loss of charge. As part of the recall my battery module was replaced three weeks ago. I was really happy with the extended...
  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
    My new battery was installed last week -- good service, good loaner, quick response. Since I had recently charged the old battery, they had to wait a day to start the swap. I had to wait overnight for them to charge the new battery. Picked up the car and drove about 50 miles over two days and...
  6. 2017 - 2022 Bolt EV Battery Fire Recall
    I'm standing with Daniel Brouillard of Mirak Chevrolet in Arlington, MA. My 2019 LT just got its new battery pack. It took a day and a half for the procedure. He said it took longer to unpack the new battery and pack up the old one than to actually place the new battery in the car. Daniel says...
  7. 2017 - 2022 Bolt EV Battery Fire Recall
    Owners of 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV models have had to contend with a reduced driving range for many months, as GM attempted to find a remedy for a battery related fire issue that culminated with a plan to replace all battery modules. Now GM has confirmed that it's stepping up by offering a...
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