Well I knew that the GIDs staying at 292 is a good sign, although I'm sure that's about to head south soon. Guessing I'm on borrowed time there, especially with the Ahr finally showing signs of dipping.
But I'm not sure what to make of the HX bouncing all over the place? And why would SOH have different readings between LeafSpy and LeafStat?? Since they have always given different values, I've kept track of both just in case.
Daily charging habits:
- Wife commutes to work each day, 48 miles round trip. She usually gets home with about 45% remaining in the summer, closer to 25-30% remaining in the dead of winter.
- Almost always charge to 100%. But instead of using the car's own charging timer, I use the delay timer on the home L2 and work the math so that it's fully charged as close to my wife's departure time as possible. Most days it isn't at 100% for more than 30-45mins before she hops in and goes. Using the car's own timer would lessen the brain load
but I notice it tends to overestimate the time needed to reach full charge, and so it sits in the garage at 100% for a longer time than necessary. Maybe that's splitting hairs, but I'll continue with my delay timer habit until it's too much of a bother.
- We're blessed with a garage, so that helps to keep the worst of the cold at bay. My wife is a school counselor, and the parking lot is completely open with no shade, but since she's not parking there in the hottest weeks of the summer, that extra heat strain is lessened as well.
Should I be doing anything else?
2015 Leaf S w/QC, Cayenne Red. Siemens Versicharge.
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