OK so both MCM's are ok internally which means we have to look elsewhere..
I’m good at being hand, not so much at ‘what’ to test . I can connect with Linux, Mac, or windows machines, and have HPtuner for the win (not going to do much on Honda OBD2). If anything comes to mind, yellOK so both MCM's are ok internally which means we have to look elsewhere..
For level set: The entire IMA switchboard was from my new (5 month old) Bumblebee, because the board on the one from the breakers was damaged in storage. I then obtained another very clean switchboard that I'm planning to put on the Bumblebee and sell to someone here on the forum after I test in car.@thibble So with the standard MCM and 0% current hack firmware etc the only code you have now is P1586 (23) and that only occurs on first assist?
You have an MPI Motor current sensor & Battery current sensor miss-match issue or an LiBCM issue.
Is the switchboard you are using the unknown one from the junkyard pack?
Has it been left out in rain? The MPI sensor can rust internally...
Holy......wow, I am so glad you saw that. I'll pull IMA tonight and flip it.
Nice, I was asking if it did have BCM interceptor since we were unsure during troubleshooting, it was popping two codes vice the one code from stock. I'll change it over today. Thank you again for catching my error!
I think that was in the how-to....lemme see if I can find.Is it possible to dim the 4x20 display? This thing is killing my eyes at night.
That only adjust contrast unfortunately, not backlight brightness.I think that was in the how-to....lemme see if I can find.
I can't find it, I thought it was the philips on the back of 4x20 but can't remember where i read it. At my age it could be just a dream sequence.....