gpsman wrote:Problem.... tho.... I think the weight / seatbelt sensor needs to feel a person in the seat. .
I thought it was only necessary to be in the seat to start
the car, not keep it in drive after you get up...
As an owner of the EVExtend Power System, I am also interested in an answer to this problem.
In my 2013 Chevy Volt, a rubber band around the shifter button would solve this problem, but this does not seem to work in my Bolt EV.
Yes, the system will automatically shut down after a period of time, if just left on and the driver exits the vehicle. I am told that a driver who exits out the passenger door will keep it on, but that solution does not work for me in my garage, when I want the Bolt EV to power my refrigerator and some lights in a power-failure situation.
It has yet to arise, since I installed the EVExtend in my 2019 Bolt EV.