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Hi guys, I'm new here, got into a 2012 Volt Saga with high mileage and Unable to charge HV battery message ( definitely throwing a codes P1FFF and P0C8B even after clearing those, topped of the reservoir,
would you recommend anybody inexpensive or home mechanic where I can bring it for a check up either in Los Angeles or San Jose / Bay areas ?

thanks!
 

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well, Struken autobody is not servicing volt anymore,
I've asked for PERSONAL recommendation of the MECHANICS, who can be either mobile or can do the work in their yard, not 120$+ hourly rate of the "licensed" facilities lol
 

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well, Struken autobody is not servicing volt anymore,
I've asked for PERSONAL recommendation of the MECHANICS, who can be either mobile or can do the work in their yard, not 120$+ hourly rate of the "licensed" facilities lol
Good luck. This is likely a dealer-level diagnosis and repair, not a shade tree mechanic.
 

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Good luck. This is likely a dealer-level diagnosis and repair, not a shade tree mechanic.
thats what I'm asking on this forum - maybe there is a person who working on the volt, cause what's the point of paying the delership double price of the car ?

I know that dealership will tell that replacement of the battery needed even without checking it condition lol

but I see everybody's here just rich-mans who probably stopping by the dealership in case of an oil change...
 
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