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  1. Wheels, Tires, Brakes - Gen 1 Chevy Volt
    Just to add to the body of knowledge on Gen 1 Spare tires: With just a little cutting of the rear cargo area floor cover, a spare can be mounted upright and held in place using existing cargo mounts. I use the portable charger at home, so it’s rarely in the car, and even if it is with me, I’m...
  2. Generation 2 Chevy Volt (2016-2020)
    Driving any more than 50 miles in our 2017 Volt has me squirming trying to get comfortable. We also have a 2001 Honda Odyssey that I've driven 175,000 miles with never a problem. Anyone else? This is a 3 year lease so I can't do anything that can't be undone. Thanks!!
  3. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    Removing safety lock How can I remove the safety lock, which will not allow the vehicle to charge while driving. I am modifying the car and need it removed.
  4. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    Air Dam replacement with photos Backup Camera: How to add To Your OEM Radio W/Pictures (2011 and 2012 Volt owners should look here first) Backup Camera: How to add to MyLink equipped Volt (not for pre-MyLink cars) (2013 and newer Volt owners should look here first) Cabin Air Filter Installation...
  5. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    Found this little device a little while ago. Rather expensive, but they have full touchscreen control of an external computer. Interesting to see if US maps could be loaded on to it.
  6. Chevy Volt News, Events
    Hey Volt Peeps, I just bought a used 2011 Volt last was a great deal and I bought used because I couldn't utilize the tax benefits to their full extent...also didn't want to rely on IL to send me the 4k. I am so pumped to be part of the group. I have already gotten over 42 miles per...
  7. Accessories, Apps, Modifications - Gen 1 Volt
    The front license bracket is normally attached with steel pop rivets, I wanted something that could be removed if needed but is still firmly attached. My local Chevy dealer was happy to supply 4 push pins that work like a pop rivet, but can be removed by pulling the expansion pin out. The rear...
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