That should give me enough working room, and the accumulation
of the above information will take a while - a work in progress.
Apparently reading the DTCs from most of the vehicle's Control Units
(VCUs) has been discovered, and even resetting the codes in a
given VCU appears to be possible.
However, reading codes from the TCU (Telecommunications Control Unit)
and the pre-2013 EV/HEV is still a mystery.
CAUTION: Even if resetting codes is possible, it should only be done
in unusual, extreme, and well understood circumstances. The normal
use of these codes is to aid Nissan and Dealers in detecting problems,
and potential problems, and in fixing your car. If you clear any Codes,
you might make it impossible for them to properly diagnose your car.
See SOC/GID-Meter and CAN-Do Info
2011 LEAF, 2014 Tesla S85
2018 & 2019 Tesla Model 3
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