Someone with more automotive / electrical know-how than me: is there any way to automate this process? E.g., every time the car is shut off, cut power to that one fuse, wait ten seconds, then fire it up again? Like an in-line fuse holster with a timer relay, hooked up to something that would signal a power-off state?GerryAZ wrote:
I had a couple of times in the last week without receiving plug in reminder/charge complete emails and texts and I noticed that remote climate control/status updates were no longer working. I pulled the 20-ampere fuse (number 34) for a minute or two this morning before starting the car and everything is working fine again. I hope that a future software update for the telematics unit will fix this occasional glitch, but in the mean time I can pull the fuse whenever necessary.
^^^ THIS...plus you can hear a faint "click" when you pull the fuse...after which you can plug it back in.GerryAZ wrote:In my case it has only failed twice in 6 months so it is not worth the effort to design a suitable circuit (which might cause other issues). Also, I'm not sure how long the fuse needs to be out in order to reset the telematics unit (10 seconds may not be enough.
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 05#p496305MalcolmReynolds wrote:For anyone buying a used Leaf what is the process to tell if the Telematics has been updated or not? I just purchased a car that I am waiting to be shipped to me. However I do not know if it has the updated telematics. Is there an easy way to check this when the car gets here? You guys have me a bit worried. I am kind of hoping that it hasn't been updated given the issues being reported here.
It's still free.MalcolmReynolds wrote: Also the next question is regarding the fee or subscription. Is Nissan charging for NissanConnect on these or are they still providing the service free of cost? Thanks.
No prob. I realized I should've pointed to http://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?p=477934#p477934 instead. There apparently can be some confusion as to those numbers.MalcolmReynolds wrote:Thank you that is very helpful. I will make sure to check it out as soon as the car arrives.