MalcolmReynolds wrote:Well my car arrived, and I looked at the TCU ID and it is a 2012-9xxxx
However when I tried to tell Carwings to update it says no service at my home location. So not sure if there just isn't cell coverage here for it to connect or if there is something else going on.
I can't speak to that symptom, but if you want to be also to use the Nissan Connect app and the web site to check battery status and send commands remotely, you will need to get the account moved over to you from the previous driver.
You'll need to call EV support and they'll need proof that you now own the car. I had to go thru this when I bought my used Leaf in July 2015. This is all well before AT&T turned off their 2G network and was with the original TCU.
I think Carwings updating from the head unit side should work, but I'm not sure. The 3G TCU is also flaky and fraught w/problems anyway (for some? long story)...