Hi there. Please know, the software update must be done at a Chevrolet dealership. If you would like our assistance scheduling an appointment with your dealership, feel free to send an email our way to firstname.lastname@example.org with "ATTN: Chevrolet | trevmar | Forum" in the subject line.trevmar wrote:I don't know if it's coincidence, but 2 days ago our Bolt "refused" to charge beyond 205 miles, something it has never done before. It's always been 240-255 miles when "fully charged"
Is it possible GM did this over the air ?
We are glad to hear you're interested in the 2020 Bolt EV. Please know, General Motors has decided to voluntarily recall select 2017-2019 model-year Chevrolet Bolt EVs with high voltage batteries produced at LG Chem’s Ochang, Korea facility that may pose a risk of fire when charged to full, or very close to full, capacity. The 2020 Bolt EV uses a different cell design than the vehicles affected by this recall, which enabled us to increase range to 259 miles. With that said, there is a stop sale on all unsold 2017-2019 model year Chevrolet Bolt EVs that are part of this recall. Dealers will need to assure the recall repair is completed prior to selling these vehicles. We hope this helps clear up any confusion.Rocko wrote:Today I was midstream trying to negotiate a price when my salesman told me at 4:15pm they received a "stop sale" order from GM, meaning they couldn't sell me a 2020 Bolt! I haven't tried another dealer yet.
I assume if your car isn't on the list, it won't be in your dealer's system either. If that's the case, taking it to the dealer won't help. But, out of an abundance of caution, I would not charge over 90% until we know more.BoltEV wrote:MyChevy App does not list this recall on my 2019
Can I rely on this to not go to the Dealer?