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Old 05-17-2017, 02:40 PM   #2671 (permalink)
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The next version of OBDIIC&C firmware will have an IMA subcode display option in the IMA section.
That will be very helpful...
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Old 05-19-2017, 12:05 PM   #2672 (permalink)
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Default OBDIIC&C MCM DTC IMA Subcode Display

This test version 12 dated 190517 now has the IMA error subcode display upgrade.

From the IMA mode submenu.

Pressing up now displays the stored IMA error codes in detail with subcodes.

https://youtu.be/JQ3TE-qh6s0

Youtube video above..

Without going into too much techy detail it appears quite an interesting MCM error code hierarchy is going on..
Each dtc memory locations can hold two codes, but it appears not both at the same time????
I need to do a bit more work on this to confirm but it's weird..
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Old 05-20-2017, 07:28 AM   #2673 (permalink)
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Peter,
Is this active on the latest version?
Left AFaOff/On Auto bat fan mode (Not currently active). This mode will turn the battery fan on at lower temperatures than the standard system. It is useful for those in hot climates and avoids the user having to manually intervene each time they want the fan on
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Sam12345 No it's not.

However what temp would you want it to activate the battery fan?

I was thinking below 20C fan off, above 25C turn fan on low, above 30C turn fan on high..
Making it user adjustable at the moment would use a fair bit of memory so just give me an idea of the temp you want..

It will remember the setting between drives so the fan will run automatically as soon as you start the car the next time if the temp is above the limit we choose.
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With our summer temperatures (not as hot as El Paso) I just turn it on High and let it run all summer.

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Yes but you got to turn it on high every time you start. I would rather set it and firget it. I would say 90F Peter
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Yeah 25 C low 30C high sounds good.
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Yes but you got to turn it on high every time you start. I would rather set it and firget it. I would say 90F Peter
No. It stays on until I reset it in the Fall. Maybe we have a different software version or something.

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Mmm i wonder why mine resets
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I'll re-implement the auto fan option with the next version..
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