Thanks for this -- that's my belief as well. I showed that picture to the dealer and he seemed completely non-plussed by it. He said the correct way to test the battery is to run it down to about 10%, and then test it. He said when they did that, it tested correctly (or within spec at least).cwerdna wrote: ↑Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:19 pmI haven't watched the video but yes, that's bad. It shouldn't be like that when the car's nearly full.
Have the dealer run a CVLI test. It will fail. NO way there should be 200+ mV imbalance when the car's nearly full.
My contention is any time 95 cells have voltage "x", and 1 cell has voltage of "0.9x", there is something wrong.
The trouble of course is getting the dealer to acknowledge that!