I was having car wings issues, called the EV hotline and they stated there was some kind of bug that can cause the car to stop responding to the requests for updates. I was told they were coming out with a new software update to address the issue. Until then, There is no need to go to the dealer for a TCU reset, they simply unplug the negative lead from the 12 volt battery, wait for a bit (I waited for a half hour as some reported 10 minutes not being long enough) and then reconnect it. This is easy to do yourself and worth a try before going through the trouble of setting up an appointment. It's nice having car wings back, the fix has lasted a couple of weeks now.
Icebox2000 wrote:I just got off the phone with Nissan Carwings dept and they stated I need to go to the dealer and have a "TCU Reset" performed. Not sure what that is, but I'll give it a try.
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