IllinoisSpark15 wrote:...I've driven the vehicle approximated 50 miles since receiving the it back, and have had no further issues. One difference I have noticed is that while applying brake pressure at low speed, (i.e. backing out of a parking space and applying brakes before placing vehicle into Drive) I have noticed the brakes are less aggressive in it's grabbing power. The pedal feel hasn't changed, just the way the vehicle's brakes react ....
Something to consider is doing one semi-hard stop from ~60mph in N. This would be a Friction Brake Only Stop
(no regen) and it would warm up the disc and knock off any 'crud/glaze'
...(the racers call it 'Bedding In the pads'.)
This is just a wildazz theory. Who knows if you could feel any difference in normal brake functions, but it does assure the brake pads and discs get to do their job at least once
(the way a gasser car treats the brakes all the time.)
OH, and Congratulation on not getting hit with a Gigantic Repair Bill !!!!!!!!
'14 Spark EV 2LT w/ DCFC. 91k miles.
'17 Bolt Premier w/ It All! 59k miles.
GM needs Modern Troubleshooting tools for Modern EV's.
3 step Trouble Tree, 1st try, nope, 2nd try / cost $800. 3rd try fixed it.