Collimare wrote:Parked in the Cherry Creek Mall parking deck in Denver, CO for some shopping with my wife. Came out around 2:30 PM. It powered up normally, waited then put the car in reverse. Nothing but "condition not correct for shift". Then I cycled through and cleared the following errors; service battery charging system, service stabilitrak, service transmission, service parking brake. The battery stayed solid red, and the check engine, stabilitrak, abs and parking brake also stayed solid. The parking brake would not function. The car would not stay in neutral. Then after a few minutes it would go into power saving mode. Turned it off, got out, shut the doors waited and repeated several times with the same conditions but now the main center console will not come up as well. Contacted OnStar twice, then transferred to customer service, then transferred to Chevrolet road side assistance. Then told I would need to come back the next day to assist with removing my car from the parking deck because no service provider was available or I could leave the key in the car and the car unlocked if I did not want to come back. I asked why OnStar could not unlock the car tomorrow morning. Told they could not/would not.
When I had the 2012 Volt and I had issues I was connected with a dedicated Volt service line. OnStar did nothing but read back all the error codes after polling the diagnostics and could offer no help. I asked for the Bolt or EV service center and after awhile was disconnected. Was transferred on the second OnStar call to the regular customer service agent who knew absolutely nothing about the Bolt.
I was told to make my own arrangements at my own expense to get home since the tow truck could not get there till tomorrow morning.
Well no reason to go into my personal feelings about the severe disappointment in my brand new car (I have never in 30 years had a car towed to a dealer), the utter lack of knowledge regarding the Bolt and absolutely no concern for "customer" service.
This thread : viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6053
report an error in the cluster saying roughly "Incorrect conditions to shift
". He claims that GM indicated that the main battery needed to be replaced. No news since April. You might want to PM the OP (Original Poster) for an update.
This thread (on another forum) had : http://www.chevybolt.org/forum/178-2017 ... ght-2.htmlJust got my Bolt back from the dealer after one week . I was experiencing shift problems. Car had 8 error codes stored in memory 5 would not reset after service. Dealer contacted GM and was told there was an update for the TRCM Module but the module did not respond even after GM tried connecting to it remotely to update.
I don't know what a TRCM is but apparently Dealer replaced the TRCM and reprogrammed. Everything has been working fine since i got the vehicle back. Will update if any further issues arise.
...and...surgeonFWWI have seen that message when I shift too quickly and don’t have the button pushed in exactly when I move the lever. However, it has never gotten stuck in this status. I simply carefully, and fully, press the side button and shift again. It has always worked (and reminded me not to try to do things too fast)!
And, finally, this post (the first one - there's not much useful info for you in the 7 page thread) : http://www.chevybolt.org/forum/4-2017-c ... ssues.html