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  1. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    This post is the start of the next chapter of my experience with a failed battery on our 2013 Volt. As you read in this thread, my Volt went into limp mode after a couple of the cells fell out of range with the rest of the pack. As you will see on that thread, the error codes didn't immediately...
  2. Use, Care & Maintenance - Gen 1 Chevy Volt
    I'm doing an engine swap in my 2012 ,i cant remove the torque dampener to get it out of the car and was wondering if removing the crank pulley is the right thing to do and if i need to do anything special to get it out
  3. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Found out from GM I have a blown head gasket and a leaking rear main on my GEN1 Volt. GM wanted $3300 just to do the Head gasket. I located a totaled Volt near near that has a completely crushed rear end with 37,621 on the OD. I paid ($538.75) for the motor on the spot and will be going to pick...
  4. Generation 2 Chevy Volt (2016-2020)
    I'm having a difficult time finding the procedure for using a TPMS tool (such as the ATEQ VT15 TPMS Universal Activator) to rotate/swap rims, for the Volt itself. That is, using the tool seems very simple, but what do I have to do in the Volt to ensure the Volt resets the tires too? Since I...
  5. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    I have a Viridian Joule 2012. I love it, and the color is cool, but I much prefer the grays and blacks I see passing me by. It's a lease, I'm sure there would be some paperwork to take care of, but I'm posting on the off-chance that someone got a Black one and is regretting not getting the...
  6. Electric Vehicle Batteries & Plug-In Charging
    Better Place Electric-Car Service Delays Australia Rollout Car Advice reports that Australia's battery-swapping service was set to roll out during 2012, but hold-ups in the company's home markets of... <read more>
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