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So since I purchased my Bolt about a month ago, I've been looking for a case to put my 110 volt charger into, I keep it in the trunk as I want to keep it with the car, but have been disappointed to just throw it back there with no place to put it, so I came across a laptop case at my local electronics store that had a great case that fits the cord and charging unit darn near perfect. The case was only $10 and now I can keep the cord neatly contained in the trunk. I've included the label, if anyone is interested, its the Kensington Associate bag.
 

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Your Bolt EV charger came permanently mounted in a case and is located under the hood.

It's #7 in the diagram below.

1. K10 Coolant Heater Control Module.
Service Part Name: Heater Coolant Heater.

2. T6 Power Inverter Module.
Service Part Name: Drive Motor Power Inverter Module.

3. Hybrid/EV Battery Assembly.
Service Part Name: High Voltage Battery.

4. S15 Manual Service Disconnect.
Service Part Name: Drive Motor Battery High Voltage Manual Disconnect Lever.

5. E54 Hybrid/EV Battery Pack Coolant Heater.
Service Part Name: High Voltage Battery Heater.

6. G1 A/C Compressor.
Service Part Name: Air Conditioning and Drive Motor Battery Cooling Compressor.

7. T18 Battery Charger.
Service Part Name: Drive Motor Battery Charger.

8. K1 14V Power Module.
Service Part Name: Accessory DC Power Control Module.

9. T24 Battery Charger-DC.
Service Part Name: High Voltage Battery Disconnect Control Module Assembly.

The "charger" in your picture is the EVSE that comes with the car.
 

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Looks good, but is there a reason that you don't want to store it in the designated spot below the trunk floor panel?
I use my car for work and as a result I keep a top of stuff in the trunk area, and having to unload it to get to the plug is a hassle, not so much now that I've installed a Level 2 plug in my garage, but still there are times when I can't even see the bottom of the trunk floor panel...LOL, so having this case works great.
 
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