JeremyW wrote:I will also begin to communicate with higher ups in Nissan.
Thanks for being the "guinea pig" in attempting to get Nissan to take action on this issue. I'm sorry about how poorly it has gone so far.
Can you please provide an update? I am interested to hear how this is playing out as I hope to make a claim against CVLI problems in the future. I have one cell-pair (37) that is degrading faster than the rest, but it does not fail CVLI unless it is well below 3.712V.
cliff wrote:The service manual says they can use a bad cell voltage as high as 3.712 volts for the test.
It appears from my reading that at the higher voltages the bad cell difference is less. I noticed the picture showed the bad cell at a lower voltage. I wonder what the numbers would be if lowest cell is at 3.712 volts?
I agree that it is best to look at CVLI right after the lowest cell crosses below 3.712V. That result would be interesting.
At the same time, I'm willing to bet that the service technician looked at CVLI at much higher voltages, and that is the reason for the pass. I wonder if the Consult III equipment enforces that the test is done correctly or if there is any other way to ensure that these technicians are doing it correctly. I guess if/when I take mine in, I will attempt to insist on seeing a printout from the test showing the voltages.