2013 FIAT 500e
Right, but also good to know that 2.25 hours was required for that when forum member "Warriors2727?" did his.Ok, so one important take out is 1.5 hours from 0% on the dash to DC/DC cut off. Good to know.
It should help one's patience level to consider that the wait time almost certainly depends on how far off your gauge has become. So the longer it takes, the more range you're likely to regain. For example, if it's reading 0% when there's really 10% usable capacity left, it will take longer to die than if there's really only 5% left.
Warriors2727? gained nearly 20%!
I haven't seen any official evidence that non-stop charge to full is required. It was suggested by someone, but just going sub-zero to DC/DC cutoff should reset the bottom end, & then the top end should be reset the next time it's charged until it stops.if you did not charge it to a 100%, the experiment is tainted