baustin wrote:I went out and checked my Leaf again today. I think the 4th bar should have dropped by now, but it is still holding on.
The vehicle was manufactured in January 2013, spent it first two years in Georgia, was auctioned after lease return and brought to Las Vegas. I got it in March 2015. It dropped the first bar in October 2015, the second bar in June 2016, and the third bar in November 2016.
Aug 12, 2017 - AHr=39.25, SOH=60%, Hx=53.34%, odo=25,451 miles, QC=4 L1/L2=2119
That's what worries me for mine - we have lots of data about when people did
lose the 9th bar, but not a lot of data for those with 9 bars still holding on. I wonder how many low Ahr batteries still have 9 bars ...
I've been able to find about 8 reports of 2013s dropping the 9th bar; the average was 41.55 Ahr and the min was 40.05Ahr. I bet yours goes soon, though...
My fourth bar finally dropped.
Oct 12, 2017 - AHr=36.81, SOH=56%, Hx=49.75%, odo=25,670 miles, QC=4 L1/L2=2242
Replacement traction battery arrived on October 19th and installed this morning. I took this reading just before I left the dealership.
Oct 20, 2017 - AHr=65.40, SOH=100%, Hx=100.00%, odo=25,771 miles, QC=4 L1/L2=2262