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  1. 2016 Heated steering wheel added to LT

    Gen2 Volt Accessories and Modifications
    Hello everyone, I added a heated steering wheel to my 2016 volt LT along with the clock spring for a heated steering wheel, but it doesn’t work. When I looked at the wiring diagram in the service manual it didn’t look like the heating control module was connected to the BCM, so I thought it...
  2. 2017 Volt: Steering Wheel Stitching

    Generation 2 Volt (2016-2020)
    Anyone else have problems with steering wheel stitching on their Volt? My car is just 2 1/2 weeks old and I just noticed today that there are "sharp" areas of stitching where it appears the underlying material (foam?) below the leather is exposed:
  3. Center Console and Steering Wheel Accents Color Change?

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    I have a 2013 Base model Volt with ceramic white center console cover and steering wheel accents with jet black cloth seats. Is it possible to change to a more subdued look by replacing both with the dark accent pieces used with jet black leather seats that year? If it is possible, any idea...
  4. Power Gauge readout changes when switching drive mode

    Electrical Systems - Chevy Volt
    Yesterday during a longer road trip I noticed that my power gauge readout changed when I switched drive modes. I was going constant speed at 67MPH (Cruise control set) on a straight and level highway in MOUNTAIN MODE. The Power gauge showed 13KWh. The battery was at 50% charge level. I switched...
  5. Steering Wheel Sticks

    Chevy Volt General Discussion, News, and Events
    Hello Volt owners, I have a 2011 Volt and this is my first summer with it as I bought it used later last year. It made it through the winter here in Saskatchewan Canada quite well. I did use gas as I really only got 25km or 15miles per charge. Oh well, it is what it is especially in our...
  6. Cruise control is a useless option

    Chevy Volt Accessories and Modifications
    I use cruise control once or twice a year, usually on a long road trip. I don't know anyone who uses it regularly, even those who have fairly long commutes. So, why is it always standard on all cars and why does it continue to maintain a prominent position on the steering wheel? I think with...