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  1. 2017 - 2022 Bolt EV Battery Fire Recall
    I was able to get a replacement battery installed a few weeks ago at a local dealer (not dealer of sale). The warranty section at Chevy still lists my warranty as 8 years from date of delivery. The EV concierge maintains that this is a...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Since this thread is old I'll start anew. I had my 2019 battery replaced June 20th 2022, and earlier this month (August 2022) received the High Voltage Charging System service message. Coolant reservoir was empty. Drove it to the dealer (228 miles). [Then went on a spectacular EV road trip...
  3. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum
    Used 2017 Bolts are (or were) being sold for $16,000-ish. If these are going to receive 3rd generation batteries (with longer range), then I will take the .014% risk while saving approx 50%. Please convince me otherwise.
  4. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV Recalls
    I took my 2017 Chevy Bolt to my nearest dealership last week to apply the final fix for Recall #N202311731-01 (Safety Recall - High Voltage Battery May Melt or Burn). After nearly 6 hours of waiting, they reported that they had inspected the battery pack for the recall and concluded that a...
  5. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV Issues And Problems
    Hi all, Here is my story. My wife and I bought our first EV - a 2021 Bolt LT - on February 20, 2021 and immediately fell in love with it. About 4 week ago the service light came on (and went off 12 hours later) indicating a lithium ion battery issue (according to the OnStar email). The car...
  6. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV Recalls
    I've been in conversation with GM regarding the recent battery recall and they have offered to replace or repurchase my leased 2019 Chevy Bolt with 12,xxx miles. I haven't received details yet of what exactly they are planning to offer, but I'm wondering if anyone else is also considering this...
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