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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-16-2013, 09:54 PM Thread Starter
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Hi. First of all, HELL'O, my name is Matt! Im new here, thats my first post.

Is someone already expected that!? Normally with the eco setting, im at 18%.. I dont remember for the Vent Only but I think its about 9%. Anyways.. look at this picture.. thats just weird.. !!



Normally 18% is when im setted to AUTO. But I tried with the minimum of the minimum.. and still 65%..

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why would altitude affect the consumption of the battery for the volt? i live in the plains so i'm fuzzy on all the altitude affects outside of oven timing.
I dont understand what you mean!? Why are you talking about altitude!?

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Hi. First of all, HELL'O, my name is Matt! Im new here, thats my first post.

Is someone already expected that!? Normally with the eco setting, im at 18%.. I dont remember for the Vent Only but I think its about 9%. Anyways.. look at this picture.. thats just weird.. !!



Normally 18% is when im setted to AUTO. But I tried with the minimum of the minimum.. and still 65%..

Thanks
Probably the electric heater is on to warm the battery.

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Ok I see.. ill try to read about that. thanks

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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-04-2013, 06:22 AM
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why would elevation would have impact the intake of battery power for the ride i didn't get that can any one may elaborate more precisely.

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