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hi, I cannot seem to find any way to see what amps my car is charging at. Where is it in the menus? Mines a 2012 volt.
 

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Hi @(redacted) you may want to update your profile as it says you drive a Tesla Roadster! If you are lucky enough to have both, you can add the Volt to your profile. :)
 

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If I remember correctly you think yours is a pre 2013, so the charge rate is selected on the charging lead 'brick' as it is known. The later ones have it in the on screen menu.
 

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I'm still waiting for the handbook to be posted by the dealer along with a spare key lol. Yes we have both cars btw. Profile updated.
 

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The charging lead (usually stored under the boot floor) should have 2 buttons on it, one for 6 amp I think this shows 2 leds on the brick, the other for 10 amp and shows 4 leds. This is the lead with the 13 amp domestic plug in case you have 2 leads.
 

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I'm still waiting for the handbook to be posted by the dealer along with a spare key lol. Yes we have both cars btw. Profile updated.
Then you are indeed a lucky chappie!
 

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Does OVMS show the charging rate on the older 2012 ampera?
 

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You're welcome :)
 
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