It's from the myChevrolet appWhere is this info coming from? Is it something actually connected to the car, or an app that monitors your EVSE? Remember that level 2 EVSEs do NOT communicate with the car, so they have no idea what range the car started with, nor how much was added at the last charge. My Juicebox is plugged in right now. It says it's added 21 miles of range, but the car says it's added 20 miles. But the Juicebox app doesn't tell me that actual range the car has, which at the moment is 221 miles.
I don't see a screen like that on the MyChevrolet app on my phone.
Ya know, I've tapped that place in the app dozens of times and nothing opened. I did it again this afternoon and there it was. Chevrolet has some major issues with that app. I'm amazed that there are zero controls over the HVAC with it.It's from the myChevrolet app
Will do - all I can think about is how I was torn between Slate Gray Metallic and Oasis Blue. Went with Oasis Blue but loved both colors. It's like I picked the wrong pill in The Matrix.Keep us updated with your findings... I wonder if these cells with defective voltage readouts are also the same cells that catch fire....
That was actually the "final remedy" in the first recall - updated software that would trip warnings presumably based on voltage differences. Prior to the recall, the understanding of having a significant voltage difference among cells was just lost capacity and warranty replacement, not an indication of a defect related to a fire risk. To be honest, it's still not clear that a significant voltage difference is an accurate symptom of a fire risk.Personally, this bothers me a lot. I am putting a lot of faith in the statements and recommendations coming from GM, but if this data is correct and the cell voltage is this far off and there is absolutely no indication in any of the car's built-in detection/safety capabilities that's a major red flag... What battery and thermal management safety measures ARE present and working in the car?
Please do keep us posted on this!
Best way to get this bolt on fire.
It's unlikely the chemistry but rather the assembly or QA processes.Yes. It is junk. I am not at all impressed with the new chemistry. I think GM's new cells are worse garbage than the old cells.
I'm not sure about that, but maybe...I think GM's new cells are worse garbage than the old cells.
It's unlikely the chemistry but rather the assembly or QA processes.
Are you using Telek's PIDs?Thanks for all the feedback,
I'll see if I can capture any further Torque sensor data in the app for diagnostic purposes. The car goes in tomorrow and I'll keep everyone updated.
Let me know if you want any other data to help future owners.