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I have a 4-week old 2017 Volt and all morning I've been getting this message when trying to check my vehicle status:

"This vehicle does not have an associated Onstar account here."

Is this happening to everyone else?

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david
 

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I thought that had been done when I picked up the car 4 weeks ago. I've been using this service and the website ever since. Is this "press the blue button" something different then?
 

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For the past few days, I’ve been getting the same "This vehicle has no associated OnStar account" thing on the mychevrolet.com website for the 2012 Volt I’ve owned for 5 years, even though I have logged on using my OnStar account login, and at the top right it says I have the OnStar Basic Plan good until 2018. I thought perhaps the website was mimicking the app by taking away the charging status information (Vehicle Status is not available on the app on the Basic Plan), but if it’s happening to a brand new 2017 owner, it’s a different problem.

I also have not been able to retrieve charging information on the myvolt.com website either (although it does try to get it instead of telling me I have no associated account). I suspect that both websites may eventually start working again. The voltstats.net website does have the latest data on my vehicle.
 

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Use onstar.com to sign up and check your plan status. Blue button puts you thru to a salesman who will want your credit card.
 

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As of yesterday, the my.chevrolet.com website started to function correctly again. I'm guessing it was a glitch on Chevy's end.
 
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