Done. Will post reply when I have one.
Don't know about GIDs but SoH good for mileageI have attached some screenshots taken this morning from my June 2017 30kwh Leaf Black Edition. Does a reading of 352 GIDs but only 93% SOH make sense? I understand that total GIDs vary from car to car but 363 seems to be quoted often. Using 363 this gives 97% health in GIDs so I was wondering why this is 4% different to the SOH %. I've only had the car for 3 months and mainly do lots of short journeys. BMS is 4RN6A, Wh/Gid is set at 77.5.
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Replace the cells 76 and 88. those have degraded sufficiently. If replace the other two that are lower than most.Hello
I wonder if I could get some help from the forum about interpreting my 2011 '24' Kwh Leaf.
I've lost2 'bars' so I did some screenshots of at a very low battery, and then after a full charge.
I think I only have 16Kwh now? 211 'Gids'?
The 'weak cells' have been there for a while, but seem to be less evident after the charge?
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What is like to know is how long can this car be driven before it hits turtle mode.So to clear up this common misconception...
Leafspy cannot accurately diagnose degradation and voltage is not an indicator of health. It just shows imbalance. A few readings at the same SOC over time starts to become useful.
For a 2011 car, this level of degradation is exactly what I would expect. Basically you'll be replacing the whole pack to get any meaningful improvement.
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