wsbca wrote:Tom, which dealer are you using now?
Pacific Nissan (closest to my house). They couldn't find the 36-month battery check procedure in their service database, only the 12- and 24-month, which were free. I may have been the first one there to have it.
ps. What device do you use to get your % capacity/Ahr reading?
I'm using the Leaf Spy app on a Nexus 7 running Kit Kat, and a Chinese GT-i9500 clone smartphone running Android 4.2.9. Both work OK with it, but on different bluetooth ports, so I end up resetting the ELM mini-adapter a lot.
Drees--I lost my second bar at 51.75 Ahr, and then over the winter, I actually gained some capacity back, peaking at 52.03 in the coldest weather in Jan. (but the 11th bar never came back). It took until the weather started turning warm in April to get down below 51 Ahr. It's dropped more rapidly in this heat wave, down to 50.24 Ahr yesterday. I don't know if I'll make it down far enough to invoke the warranty by 60K miles unless this summer is wicked hot.
La Jolla, CAPlowshare Media
2011 SLe #1317 del. 4/1/11
1st bar lost at 31,953 miles
2nd bar lost at 38,685 miles
3rd bar lost at 50,711 miles
4th bar lost at 59,758 miles after 64 months
Battery replaced at 61,307 miles.