LeftieBiker wrote:Probably. The only way I could see it as not a fluke would be if the car never had time to fully equalize the cells at the end of charge on L-1, but can now do so on L-2.
Its a fluke. I checked my 2013 several times and the GOM didn't change after the balancing part of the charge started. In fact, most of the time, the GID count didn't change. A few times I saw it gain 1-2 but even that was pretty rare.
Since this is top end balancing, YMMV
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