Chevrolet Bolt Recall Repairs and Information

What Steps Should I Take with My EV for the Chevy Bolt Recall?

As a precautionary measure, GM and its dealerships like Jim Ellis Chevrolet will replace defective lithium-ion battery modules in Chevrolet Bolt EVs and EUVs. The new lithium-ion modules will eliminate the battery fire safety hazard. Jim Ellis Chevrolet will notify Chamblee, Sandy Springs, Tucker and Atlanta drivers when OEM replacement parts are ready to address the recall.

Until the remedy is performed to tackle the malfunction, we encourage Chevy Bolt drivers around Atlanta to take the following steps:

Set your electric vehicle to a 90 percent state of charge limitation.

Bolt models made in 2017 and 2018 should use Hilltop Reserve Mode, and 2019-2022 EV models should use Target Charge Level. If you need help making these charging changes, visit our GM-certified technicians at the Jim Ellis Chevrolet service center in Chamblee, GA

Charge your Chevy Bolt frequently.

Atlanta drivers should avoid depleting their EV's battery below a range of 70 miles.

Park your vehicle outside immediately after charging.

Do not leave your Chevy Bolt charging indoors at your Sandy Springs home overnight.

Please give us a call so we can let you know when the recall service will be available and we can schedule an appointment at your convenience

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  1. Jim Ellis Chevrolet

    5900 Peachtree Blvd
    Chamblee, GA 30341

    • Sales: (678) 585-2314
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