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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:59 pm

EdmondLeaf wrote:So far no one answered this - what is good/optimal temp for Leaf battery I am asking this again what is the best temp for Leaf battery?


room temperature is the standard number, low 70s.. the interesting part is that lots of cell phones are kept all day at nearly 100 degrees.. then again you are lucky if those batteries last a couple of years.

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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 4:33 pm

Cellphone batteries Ares completely different. They are essentially overcharged to get more ruin time and are treated at 300-500 charge cycles
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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:03 pm

:o
Hi all,
When I received my Leave in 5/2011 my range showed 115 to 120 miles.
Now after 13 month with about 9253 miles I lost my first capacity bar.
My range with a full charge shows only 85 miles!?
At my 12 month checkup a week ago they told me that this is normal and I should not be concerned.
But I am concerned, since I drive about 70 miles per day and sometime a little more and that means I have trouble getting home some days.
I really love my Leaf, but I'm going to try to sell or trade my Leaf in the next 4 to 5 weeks.
I'm not very hopeful that Nissan will do anything and I cannot effort to get stuck in the middle of the day with an empty battery, which will happen one day since there are not enough charging stations around.
:?
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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:42 pm

azknauer wrote:Now after 13 month with about 9253 miles I lost my first capacity bar.

Where do you live?
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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 8:49 pm

Stoaty wrote:
azknauer wrote:Now after 13 month with about 9253 miles I lost my first capacity bar.

Where do you live?

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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:02 pm

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Yes, I just wish everyone would include their location in their profile so we don't have to go sleuthing around to figure it out :x
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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:16 pm

Stoaty wrote:Yes, I just wish everyone would include their location in their profile so we don't have to go sleuthing around to figure it out :x

Agreed! While it's really great that so many of us share data online, tracking everything can prove very time-consuming. Wish we had something that scaled better, like the spreadsheet form turbo2ltr put together a while ago. Having a table up on the Wiki would help too. Although I have to admit, sleuthing almost becomes second nature after a while on this forum ;-)Image

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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:52 pm

Stoaty wrote:
azknauer wrote:Now after 13 month with about 9253 miles I lost my first capacity bar.

Where do you live?


Sorry, I forgot.
I live in Chandler, AZ.
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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:02 pm

azknauer wrote:Sorry, I forgot.
I live in Chandler, AZ.

I think all of us would appreciate it if you updated your location info.

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Re: How should Nissan respond to dropping capacity in Phoeni

Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:58 pm

anyway for admin to make location a mandatory field?
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