Running your car down to 8% on a regular basis is not good for the battery (especially if you park it at the low state of charge), deep discharge is actually worse for the battery than charging to 100%. If you are on a road trip and run the battery down to make the next charger and immediately fast change that is ok, but not optimal. Using some common sense with battery health will prolong your battery life and reduce degradation.Thanks i was curious how/where the warranty coverage tapers off. thats awesome they are re-upping the coverage for the new battery!!!!
Same here. very rarely have i got to charge to 100% but i often get down to 8% which the article says not to go below the 10-20% threshold area. i guess i should be staying between 20 and 80%. I just have problems with the Ford home charger where charging mysteriously pauses for no reason and does not charge at all overnight. I have disabled the scheduling but im using level1 charger on an outlet with a power switch AND an extension cord, both of which ford says not to do so im probably the reason why its not working and why we generally use DC fast chargers on a regular.