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- Dec 5, 2020
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- Olds Aurora V8, Saturn Sky redline, Frontier, CT2
I have read some conflicting info and need some clarification. I understand BEVs lose charge just by sitting there. That is mostly due to the car doing it's own thing with battery maintenance, spying and other duties but aside from that my understanding is that even if battery is disconnected, it could lose 3%-10% in a month. Is that understanding correct? If it is, is that loss inversely proportional to state of charge? In other words is a CT parked at 90% SOC is leaking faster than one at 50% SOC? Drop some knowledge on me if you have it please.