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  1. Problems, Driver Warnings or DTCs - Gen 1 Volt
    Dealer just diagnosed a bad rear wheel bearing as cause of loud droning noise from my 2012 Volt (110k). I figured as much, other than possibly the 1-year old OEM Goodyears. Also, the dealer told me they could actually upgrade my base radio to the nav unit, which has taken me many months to do...
  2. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I was rear-ended by some idiot while stopped at a Yield sign. My Volt sacrificed itself to keep me from getting injured or killed, which I really appreciate. But now my insurance company is wondering whether the car should be replaced or scrapped, and I was wondering what folks here think...
  3. Use, Care & Maintenance - Gen 1 Chevy Volt
    Have you had to pay for a repair to your Volt, or had a repair done under any warranty but you know the cost? If the repair cost $1200, but your deductible kept your payment to $200, enter $1200, to better gauge what the bills might me.
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