gday wrote:Neel, please ask this question at this link, which was set up for this kind of question: https://www.mykiasoulev.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1193
Just copy and paste.
Well, it turns out it wasn't stuck at all. I recently drove the car long enough again to get below 18% and now SoulSpy reports 108,3% SoH. The GOM says 154km range (without climate control) so I guess it finally thinks I got an actual new battery.JeroenE wrote:So I'm guessing this is were it will stay at. It's a bit lower than when I got the car and I'm not really sure why it is stuck there.
In the beginning I did it a few times to get better readings right after I had gotten the new battery, I'd say about 5 times. But since it did not seem to improve much I wasn't inclined to keep trying every few days because I needed to drive around aimlessly to get that low. I think I didn't go below 18% for about a month. And then I needed to do some errands and knew I would probably be able to get it really low so I didn't charge after my commute and went below 18% then next day.Oinq wrote:Strange, how many times did you went below 19% in this time?
The strange thing is that when the BMS values got reset after the BMS firmware upgrade it took the car less than two weeks to get back on the low range it was before.Oinq wrote:it's a funny behavior. It's obvious that the BMS needs a certain amount of energy spent to calibrate the readings.
I noticed the first times I charged mine just after I got it (the dealer made a reset before delivery), it was stuck on the same values. After a few weeks, it started moving.