I'd say there is no problem and this is normal degradation for a Leaf. Your health will continue to go lower over time and miles.Hello all!
I wonder if I could ask for some advice regarding my (New to me) Leaf 30 I picked up last weekend.
Basically when I got home I was very disappointed with the SOH showing as just 84.88, although I still have all 12 bars.
I found that my first few days of driving, despite going slow and turning off heating I was getting not quite the milage I was expecting, But the weather has been bad and I was still getting used to the car.
The other thing I did not like was the two lower than other cells as shown and the high 126mV reading as shown below.
I have spent the week stretching the legs of the batters, ran it down once and have done several rapid charges as well as a couple of hours on a carport standard charger.
I also did a LS reading at turtle mode and was shocked to see my mV go up to over 300! I have also been getting weak cell warnings from LS when I tun the car to VLBS.
Yesterday I ran it down to the point of getting - - on my GOM then changed to near full on rain, came home and granny charged It to 100% until it turned itself off.
I have booked the car in for next Friday so Nissan can have a look however would be very grateful if any experts could have a look at a couple of my leaf spy screen grabs so I know what to say to Nissan next week, and any thoughts on what could be my problem.
Also my bars are pretty much all red all the time, I never really have blue bars - only briefly once unplugged from the charger.
So any thoughts as to what my problem could be and if I should be worried?
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Post 100% charge using rapid then Granny cable for 5 hours:
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