Per the Leaf Spy manual
Shunt Order This option controls the highlighting in Red of the cell voltage bars on screen 1. A Red battery voltage bar indicates that the Shunt is active for that cell. Shunts are small resistors that can be switched in to drain a small amount of energy from one or more of the 96 cells that make up the high voltage battery pack. This is the method used by Nissan to balance the pack by draining energy from the high energy cells. This works because charging stops to prevent overcharging the highest energy cell. So by reducing the energy in the highest energy cell all the other cells are able to be charged to a higher level.
If you really care, search for posts by Turbo3 (author of Leaf Spy) for the word shunt. As I said, don't worry about it.
You didn't answer where it resided before. It's important to know to see whether the AHr, SOH and Hx values make sense for that model and year and build month vs. being a reset victim. Reset examples below:http://daveinolywa.blogspot.com/2014/11 ... -read.htmlviewtopic.php?p=489807#p489807
- read posts by AntronX in that thread
Can you update your location info via your user name in the upper right > User Control Panel > Profile tab? That way, we don't need to ask in future posts/threads or do sleuthing to deduce it.
What are your daily driving needs in terms of miles? How much city vs. highway? Will you have the ability to charge at your work/destinations?