Not sure exactly what you're asking for. Are you having a problem with the car? Do you just want an evaluation of the battery?
CWO4Mann wrote:Here are the OBC Codes displayed:
B2785 0008 HVAC Comp IPM Overheat HAC-96
B2786 0008 HVAC Comp IPM Discharge Temp Limit HAC-96
I believe I got these two codes in my 2011 Leaf when I left the AC running in very hot weather (95F+) for an extended period of time. The AC stopped working when these codes were thrown, and after driving the car a bit to cool it off, I had no further issues. In my case, I was plugged into a L2 charger on a very hot day while reading. I would not recommend running the AC while not moving for longer than 30-45 minutes in hot weather. The AC system doesn't have a big enough fan on the condensor coil.
Clear these codes. If your AC works properly and the codes don't come back, you're fine.
CWO4Mann wrote:U1266 0208 Multi AV TCU Conn AV-92
This is a normal code and it indicates that you're using a 2G TCU (the cellmodem) and it was properly disconnected via the security mitigation TSB.
CWO4Mann wrote: U1232 0108 Multi AV St Angle Sen Calib AV-88
Interestingly, my car threw this code once too. I believe this indicates that there may be a problem with the yaw sensor in the car. I was quoted around $1000 to replace the yaw sensor (I did not fix it). It happened when I test drove the car (after the car sat for a month without being used) and was likely due to a low 12V battery. I've cleared the code, charged the battery, and it has not returned.
I would charge your 12V battery (under the hood) while the car is off with an external battery charger and verify the battery is good. If the battery is low voltage, replace it. The Leaf is known for not properly charging the 12V battery, damaging them and throwing codes when the voltage is low.
CWO4Mann wrote:Here is the charging, etc Info as displayed after a full charge session with home L2 unit until all 3 blue lights went out:
391.32 v 0.65 A
SOC: 88.8 %
Temp 69.30 f.
166 gids 59.1%
12.9 kWh Remains 46 wh
You've got a old, worn out, 2012 Canary pack, it seems. Your pack is barely better than mine. Drive it until the range doesn't meet your needs, but it's quite shot at this point. I'm sure you've noticed the car's range isn't what it used to be.
CWO4Mann wrote:Vehicle has 45,000 miles, always garaged, no bullet holes.
I'm... glad you've not been shot at?