Thanks,gorgo wrote: ↑Thu Dec 03, 2020 7:27 amHi Dala! I loved your 'very boring' video
At the beginning I wondered "Wth? How did he get passive CAN messages from the Leaf 2018?", then you reveal that the sender had probably got access to the internal wires. Seems fair.
I'm curious now how you usually proceed from raw bytes to ECU meaningful values without Nissan's instructions.
I also read on OVMS Leaf 2018 issue (https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Ve ... issues/323) what caederus-ovms reported about HVBATT data even if I'm not fully understanding every variables there. Anyone knows, for example, what's the insulation value or flash or mode?
To get further, one would need access to the vehicle. Start charging it, modify some stuff by changing input voltage, activating loads while charging, observe the data that moves on the bus etc. Basically try to change what the vehicle senses, and see if the communication responds. An easy example of this on CAR-CAN would be to open the passenger door, and see which bit on the bus gets triggered. Tools from VECTOR are much more suited to this than freeware tools sadly.
No clue about the 2018 Leaf, since I've never actually had one in my shop yet.