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2017–2019 Chevy Bolt EVs under New Recall over Battery Fire Risk

GM says it will replace defective battery modules, which are are at risk of catching on fire, and has issued new charging instructions.

UPDATE 7/23/2021: Chevrolet issued a new statement to owners of 2017–2019 Bolt EVs, telling them it will conduct a new recall to replace what it called “defective battery modules.” This is in addition to a previous software update recall, the automaker said. Meanwhile, the statement tells customers to use Hilltop Reserve or Target Charge Level charging modes, depending on model year, to limit charging to 90 percent, with instructions given in a video.

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