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The touchscreen in the 2013 Volt is based on a resistive pressure system instead of capacitance like the touch sensitive plastic face. A resistive touchscreen works via pressure. You should be able to use gloves or the eraser end of a pencil to select items for example. Capacitance based touch screen work via Capacitance of course but if your hands are too dry, they won't work reliably or if you're wearing gloves. I'm not sure if the Ampera is similar but if it's the screen that's malfunctioning like that I would say you should check with your dealer. That shouldn't happen.
 
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