TLeaf13 wrote:Today LeafSpy is showing my 2013 has the following numbers:
Yet the 4th bar hasn't dropped. I'm very worried that the car might be out of warranty too. I think it was originally purchased in March 2013. All my numbers are close, but slightly worse than what jasondNC posted whose car already lost the 4th bar. If Nissan considers mine out of warranty...
You should be able to figure out the original in-service date from Carfax or Autocheck, if you have it. Also, the Nissan service dept should be able to tell you.
You need to be down to 8 bars before the 5 year/60K capacity warranty expires (whichever comes first).
I found an earlier post of yours at http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 48#p509048
. From how quickly you lost bars, you were almost certainly a victim of a BMS reset (like http://daveinolywa.blogspot.com/2014/11 ... -read.html
). I don't know where you live so you either bought a 10 or 9 bar car, in actuality.
You probably also bought a defective KW-902 (warning at http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=23776
FWIW, my 5/2013 built '13 Leaf is still down only 1 bar (lost in late Nov 2017: http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 15#p511915
) and showing these stats today.
odo: 56,416 miles
I'm a hotter part of the SF Bay Area, but not the hottest. I've been doing what I can to baby the battery on most days. 4/2013 and later built '13 Leafs and presumably all '14 Leafs seem to be have better batteries.
I'm past my 5 year/60K capacity warranty now. I crossed the 5 year mark a few weeks ago. My stats are better than I expected as I don't think it was known that 4/2013+ batteries were better when I bought my Leaf used in July 2015.