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Old 10-06-2016, 03:04 PM   #22 (permalink)
vskid3
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Check out GM-volt you just need to look up somms
The sensor tells the car the outside temp which is displayed on the center console.

Below 25 degrees and the motor idles to make heat every few minutes.
Link for the lazy: ERDTT Modification Options
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Also if you drive lots of 1000 + mile trips like me you will wish you had a 13 volt but in another way your car still has the full underbody aero panels
Lucky
What would be the best year to shoot for? Looks like 2013+ from this list:
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2011: 5 years onstar, 16 kWh battery
2012: 3 years onstar, added button locks on door handles (keyless entry), tail lights slightly different, kWh used stat added
2013: 16.5kWh battery, added hold mode, mylink, no more dual tone color scheme, selectable ERDTT
REMOVED: 30gb HDD, DVD playback, changed default 120v charge setting to 8 amps.
2014: manual charge port door, slightly increased battery depth of discharge, exterior color options changed, 5k price drop
2015: 17.1 kWh battery, 4G LTE + wifi hotspot
Are there any other differences that we would care about?
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