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Very similar situation and feeling from my 2017 -- died at 4000 miles from a blown high voltage fuse was in the shop for 2 weeks, left me stranded on the side of the highway at 8000 miles from the car not being able to charge the 12V system.

I too had solid hope that the volt was something rock solid.. I realize "**** happens", but the way my entire situation was handled has me excited for a Model 3 about a year after they hit the streets simply because of the way GM as a company treats it's customers.

I love the volt -- hate the company... its a great car when it's working, good luck getting help from any of the "reps" here. The instant you ask a serious question or want help from someone higher up the chain they shut down and refer you back to the dealer. I've done about 1300 miles in a loaner total while my volt was getting worked on, it's a ****ty feeling paying so much for a car so you don't have to use gas, and then wind up having to burn a ton of it anyway out of pocket while GM just says "meh we will fix it"
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