lavaleaf wrote: ↑
Sat Sep 12, 2020 12:35 pm
Interesting that you don't feel that's enough to trigger a turtle or warning light.
Not a feeling, it is a certainty.
Look at this graph
You can flip the numbers on the X axis to imagine the discharge from full to empty. If you add a zero to the voltage on the Y axis, that is pretty close to cell voltage in milliVolts (mV). **
Good luck identifying the difference in discharge between 3700 and 3680. You can also note that a normal cell voltage does not drop below 3400 mV until it is ~ 93% discharged.
As an aside, it is quite difficult to convince Nissan that a weak cell requires repair. IIRC, people have showed up at dealerships with 500 mV deltas between the weak and average cell and been told all is A OK
By the way, you should review your warranty booklet. Don't some parts of the car have an 8 yr/100k warranty ?
** the actual cell voltages are ~ 4% *higher*