RubberToe wrote:...My Soul is down to 79.1% SOH. ..
Hi RubberToe thanks for posting your data.
You will be able to get a free battery replacement once your degradation reaches 70% SOH.
I don't know why your car is degrading much faster than any of the cars reporting here.
I doubt Pasadena is that much hotter than where I live. ( Daily Summer Temps - Max 35C , Min 28C)
It is temps above 45C that destroy the battery fast. = Phoenix Arizona.
I think it will be 2 or 3 months before you get low enough to get the battery replacement, so am grateful you offered to take some OBDII data.
None of the regulars here have much degradation from usable capacity so we have nothing to explain what is going on.
There's about 20 cars with data from the last 3 years. Average odometer 48,500km. Average age 30 months. Average deterioration SOH = 100%
Note SOH = 100% means that the 10% buffer at the top has been lost over the years.
Originally it was only the Phoenix cars that were dying but now there are a lot of cars reporting battery problems at about 100,000km.
Possible reasons - driving fast, Charging to 100% SOC, Fast charging all the time ??? We don't know.
The first data I would like to check from your car is the 96 cell voltages. Could you have a look when the car is fully charged and see if one cell is way different from the rest. If so that cell has probably failed, and that is what is causing the problem.
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