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Hello...... My above book was damaged beyound repair and had to throw it out. Does anyone have a link to get another copy in pdf?

You can buy one from Helm Publications. They want 18$. This may be the easiest option.

Could not find a link in the threads I searched

mychevyvolt.com has parts but you can not download the entire 2015 booklet

I downloaded the 2018 which is available for download. But not the 2015.

customer service refers me to the Helm website.

TKs for any links
 

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You might try logging into the myvolt.com website while it is still in existence.

The "Glovebox" section of the myvolt.com website has links to documentation for your Volt... but the accuracy of the choices might be uncertain. I drive a 2012 Volt, and when I’m logged into the site, my car is identified as a 2012 Volt, but the links on that Glovebox page to the Driver’s Manual and the Warranty Manual are both for the 2011 Volt (I do have my own electronic copy of the 2012 Warranty document, obtained some time ago).

I thought such materials would also be available on the mychevrolet.com website, but I don’t see any links to Gen 1 warranty manuals there.
 

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You might try logging into the myvolt.com website while it is still in existence.

The "Glovebox" section of the myvolt.com website has links to documentation for your Volt... but the accuracy of the choices might be uncertain. I drive a 2012 Volt, and when I’m logged into the site, my car is identified as a 2012 Volt, but the links on that Glovebox page to the Driver’s Manual and the Warranty Manual are both for the 2011 Volt (I do have my own electronic copy of the 2012 Warranty document, obtained some time ago).

I thought such materials would also be available on the mychevrolet.com website, but I don’t see any links to Gen 1 warranty manuals there.
Hello TKS. downloaded the 2011 version and the 2018 version form the mychevy site. Should be good enough.
Maybe I am a bit of a winer over 18$, but we can get warranty info on all kinds of products on line. So why should GM be any different. You can get the 2018 booklet, but not the 2015.
 

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I've got the 2015 Volt warranty booklet. Would you like me to scan it for you?
 

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I note the Warranty booklet is much like the Infotainment manual, in that it is not necessarily Volt-specific. It begins by discussing in general terms the GM Bumper to Bumper, Powertrain, Sheet Metal, and Emission Control System Warranty for New Vehicles. From my 48-page 2012 Volt Warranty booklet, Volt-specific information is covered on pages 13-15 under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty section. The propulsion battery, for example, may degrade as little as 10% and as much as 30% and still be within acceptable warranty levels (this 30% has been increased to 40%, it seems, for the Gen 2 Volt and the Bolt). Some additional Volt-specific discussion, including a listing of components that are covered, is found under the section dealing with the Emissions Control Systems Warranty.
 

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I've got the 2015 Volt warranty booklet. Would you like me to scan it for you?
Thank you very much for the offer. But I would pay the 18$ before troubling someone to scan the whole book. The 2011,2018 booklets are good enough for now.

There is a another thread listing some more details. Similiar to that given by Wordptom.
Thank you both for the replys
 
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