I don't understand. You are saying if you have a fully charged battery that you don't have regen braking? The braking should act the same whether the battery is full or not. The regen will not add to a full battery but should still do the braking in the L position.
The Volt has cool technology that will harmlessly bleed off your excess energy without wearing out the brakes. But that is wasting energy, one of the points why I wanted to go electric drive. I agree with the others that it would be better to either end up with less than a full charge through programming your charging, or unplug after a full charge and precondition the cabin of the car.Because I live on top of a mountain I need dynnamic braking starting froom home. If the battery has fully charged non is available and I need to ride the brakes. How can I limit the charger to leave some room for braking?
Yes And,,, they say the same thing I say: You should have bought a Bolt!..... adjust the charger cutout voltage to 90%. Then my trip to town would finish the charge (14 miles). Does anyone at GM read these things?
They won't. You'll have to figure out how much room you need in the battery, then set your EVSE on a timer to short charge the battery by that amount.How can I get the dealer to change the full charge setpoint?