Amazing, keep up the awesome work!!
If that holds true for mine, and keeping the clutch depressed when driving does not result in a fault code then that's sorted and can be easily faked if the battery gets too hot/full or empty.Depressing the clutch does disable the assistance and charging on my 2013 car so probably also on yours.
Therefore easy to modify this to give the effect of pressing the pedal when the batteries overheat. (there are 3 switches on the pedal - up, not up, fully down.
I will try and determine which pedal position disables the IMA tomorrow.
Keep at it..I'm still working to find which of the Can Ids I've logged so far do what. I've found some ABS and DASH ids as well as engine, but none yet for the IMA.
The MCM counts current in and out of the pack as well as looking at the total battery voltage, the voltage tap balance and the temperature.Surely the MCM will determine the SOC from battery volts and then send this to the gauge, so just altering the can data might just alter the dash display?
The voltage will not drop as quickly with the larger batteries so there should not be any need to alter anything.