Picked up the car today. The battery had to be replaced again because of a procedural problem installing the battery, but this one appears to be worth the wait!
Original Pack Before: Ahr = 46.6 (71.0%); Hlth = 50.34%
New Pack After: Ahr = 64.92 (98.96%); Hlth = 97.73%
So, technically speaking, this is now my third battery, since I had a battery replaced on Tuesday but and they replaced it again 3 days later on Friday. They think the second battery was good, but the BMS (or another computer, they were a little fuzzy with details) may not have been properly reset before installation. However, just to be sure, they overnighted a battery and gave me a third one, then they'll test the second battery to see what happened.
The battery hasn't been charged to 100% yet - not sure if that matters for the above readings.
I was glad it wasn't charged to 100%, since it was about 105 out, and I didn't want it sitting out there at full if I could help it.
It's amazing to have the range back to like-new! Thanks Nissan! SOC was only 73% when I picked it up, but that was 211 GIDs - 15 more GIDs than than I used to have on a full battery at the start of the week.
The Nissan EV support tech was calling me with status each day. I definitely was impressed with their level of support and he seemed like he was an advocate.
I also asked about the coupon/voucher for the 'Hot Battery', and the Nissan EV support tech did research this, and says that this will be sent to us in Spring 2014. He requested that I contact him on a regular basis (monthly or bi-weekly) for an update on this status. He says that another Leaf owner (I believe that's jhm614) also requested information about this when he had his battery replaced.
Glacier Pearl SL-e, Delivered Aug 26th, 2011
Current Miles: 94,000 Miles (Aug 31st, 2017); Capacity Bars: 12/12;
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