Same here.One of the enhanced screens for sure. Right now, I'm going back and forth between the two.
Also, I prefer to keep my tire pressure displayed in the middle. Because I'm paranoid about such things
Yeah, anytime you set or resume cruise control it will have the red ring.Typically Modern Enhanced. I like the kW readout at the top.
Question about Classic Enhanced: Sometimes it briefly shows a red ring on the inside of the circle instead of green. Might have something to do with cruise control. Any ideas?
That would make sense. Thanks!Yeah, anytime you set or resume cruise control it will have the red ring.
WHAT! We don't have a FLUX CAPACITOR?? I wuz Robbed...I prefer Classic Enhanced on the driver information center. It would be great if we could customize a sequence of info display items so we would not have to scroll through the list to get to the ones we want. For example when you start Volt, first the tire pressure would display, then the engine coolant temperature would display, then the Flux Capacitor status would display "Fluxing" (Oops, that would be for a Delorean.) Finally, back to the large speedometer.
The Volt doesn't display that information since the 12V is rarely used for anything. If you have an OBD-II reader, you can get the 12V voltage from there.Has anyone found a screen that shows what the voltage is in the conventional 12 Volt battery? I would like to be able to check its status from time to time. If it goes dead for anyreason, I believe you are "dead in the water" .
So does anybody know specifically what the 12V battery is used for? I think it is a critical component and being able to monitor its voltage would be nice. With the vehicle running I would think its voltage should be close to 14 volts and then at rest somewhere around 12.6-12.8V. If it gets below 12V at anytime there could be a problem looming.The Volt doesn't display that information since the 12V is rarely used for anything. If you have an OBD-II reader, you can get the 12V voltage from there.