So far GOM range is unchanged after full charge, but Leafspy is reading lower SOC than the car reports. It used to be the other way around..
I can see this being a problem if these cells hit OV limit during charge before normal taper ends and that terminates charge early. But I suppose that should extend the life of the pack
Scary part is even the Leaf tech at the dealership has no idea what cell imbalance means
If you want LEAF Spy and the GOM to match, check it about 80% SOC
Not to steal a weather analogy but if you don't like what you see in LEAF Spy, just wait a minute.
In both cases, neither the weather or LEAF Spy is to blame. LEAF Spy reports the true state of the pack so when fully charged, the GOM will say 100% which is the "usable" charge while LEAF Spy may say 97% which is the actual charge. Now if that is all there is, then no problem.
Nissan, like ALL car manufacturers sees fit to build in a reserve and also feels we are not mature enough to know about that reserve so its hidden.
This means the LEAF Spy SOC starts out a few points below the GOM SOC but by the time the GOM starts blinking, LEAF Spy will be 10 points up.
Starting on the 40 kwh, Nissan added another low pack "alert" where the SOC meter goes from 2% to "_ _ _" which happens around 38-40 GIDs.
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