I see a single 68C on EVcan but it isn't the first - it is the 406th message I got after pressing the "ON" button.JeremyW wrote:Sadly, there is no "magic" can bus command to wake up the VCM or the rest of the leaf. The Telematics module wakes up the VCM over a dedicated logic line, according to the service manual. The command I was seeing 68C (I thought it was 68 but I wasn't looking closely enough!) seems to be the first message on the bus when starting the leaf regardless of mode (you pressing the start button or doing a remote request). The payload for 68C is 00 and appears only one time at the start.
Best wishes Gary and thanks for your tremendous contribution! It has been a pleasure working with you.garygid wrote:It has been my pleasure to work with many of
you, and I encourage you all to continue
to do good things with your lives even after
I have... am no longer able to contribute.
Sweet! Glad to hear it - your earlier post sounded like you were bowing out.garygid wrote:Mucho Cool, very nice find.
Your software has matured wonderfully.
Hopefully I can get time to do an update soon.
On the drive home I was able to confirm that, indeed, the final (4th) regen bubble lights when 260:1 reaches 24. Furthermore, I was able to get the message to go all the way to 32 - equivalent to 1 1/3 more bubbles which the dash was unable to display. Would be interesting to see how high it can go for folks living near hills (requires long durations of regen to build up the regen bubbles).TickTock wrote:I spent some time last night trying to find a message indicating the number of regen bubbles to help shed some light on the regen reduction riddle. I failed to find anything that directly correlated 1:1 with regen bubbles but I think I found something better. CarCan msgId:260 d:1 appears to contain available regen. I put a watchpoint on it in my CANary for my drive this morning and saw that regen bubbles appear when this message reaches 6, 12, & 18 (I presume I would have gotten the last bubble if I was able to reach 24). There is hysteresis so the bubbles only disappear when it falls to the threshold below that (the 2nd bubble comes on with 12 and off with 6; similarly, the 3rd comes on with 18 and off with 12). Should be illuminating to plot this along with speed, SOC, and temperature throughout the last year. I hope to do that tonight.