2001 5S "Turbo"
It's a homebrew stick pair voltmeter that uses Bluetooth to ensure that dangerous voltages never leave the IMA enclosure and an Android app for a modern display.What sort of device are you using to gather this data? The display is unfamiliar to me. Looks like it shows max., min., and rest voltage for each stick pair?
That's interesting, an unusual trouble code. Note that if your barometric sensor is indeed faulty, I'm pretty sure it will manifest in unusual IMA performance, as in it could take a lot more throttle to invoke assist. I've experienced changes in IMA behavior such as this at high altitude, going back to normal at sea level.I shorted the two pins and got a blink code of 78. OBDII showing on the Scangauge is P1107. 78 is battery deterioration on the blink code sheet. Seems appropriate.
Nothing really. It's not typical though. I think we established earlier that you got a P1449-78, that's really all we need to know to move forward, I think.in the other instances where I attempted essentially what you are suggesting above, i.e. using assist until the BAT gauge drops to zero, has resulted in the IMA light illuminated and no assist nor charge, but, the BAT gauge stays fully illuminated. So what does that tell us?
If you have a manual transmission, installing a 'calpod' clutch switch would be useful, not necessarily now, but at some point. If MT you can shift to neutral more often. You can try to time your neg recal so it's close to home.I can certainly do the other stuff, well I'm not sure how to deliberately not use assist or regen, but I can drive home and measure tap voltage.
Yeah, this isn't normal, your SoC should be increasing. Sounds like you have some computer warble or something. Perhaps a reset, pulling fuse or neg 12V cable, is in order...I'm grid charging right now, just went to check...the charger says 168V 347mA, OBDIIC&C says 160V and SoC at 24.9%, so the voltage crept up and the SoC hasn't moved.
Well, I thought I suggested earlier not to grid charge again - and here you are grid charging again? I can't help you if you don't follow directions... My whole 'program/plan' was spelled-out in post #27, and a bit more below that. I can't say any of it now more clearly than I did back there.Should I continue charging see if the SoC increases, do a hard reset (meaning disconnect 12V, pull fuse and relay), drive it till it runs out of assist and come home and measure taps, or just terminate the charge and drive till no assist?