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  • Fixing some of those pesky problems

    https://youtu.be/7xYo8Ymqv2g

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    • This small things sometimes takes a lot of time.

      On the park indicator you can try smaller power draining relay like solid ones BTS-555 or similar, the other way around is getting power from your button red led, colors goes through different wires and you can just take from button wires, if it also 5V then find 5V indicator and you're set.

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      • Originally posted by Vivo View Post
        This small things sometimes takes a lot of time.

        On the park indicator you can try smaller power draining relay like solid ones BTS-555 or similar, the other way around is getting power from your button red led, colors goes through different wires and you can just take from button wires, if it also 5V then find 5V indicator and you're set.
        Thanks Vivo! I will have to look into it.

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        • Is my car broken?

          https://youtu.be/_uV-PehRB1U

          Controller will not talk to the inverter

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          • Almost a heart attack from the picture.

            An idea to check controller-inverter communication - in the previous video you've showed that power supply from controller is 0V, it doesn't feed. But it is designed to supply power to inverter communitating controller from main controller. Are you supplying it now? I had similar problem of non commincating arduino controller with TFT display touch screen controller - I had separate power supply and due to diffirence in voltage they could not communicate until I placed a common power source. Specialists explained that even small difference in voltage doesn't let digital packets to be understood by reading side of controller. Just an idea to check.

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            • Originally posted by Vivo View Post
              Almost a heart attack from the picture.

              An idea to check controller-inverter communication - in the previous video you've showed that power supply from controller is 0V, it doesn't feed. But it is designed to supply power to inverter communitating controller from main controller. Are you supplying it now? I had similar problem of non commincating arduino controller with TFT display touch screen controller - I had separate power supply and due to diffirence in voltage they could not communicate until I placed a common power source. Specialists explained that even small difference in voltage doesn't let digital packets to be understood by reading side of controller. Just an idea to check.
              Thanks for the suggestion. I will have to check it out.

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              • Controller will still not talk to the inverter.

                Moving on to the center console

                https://youtu.be/7W6LrKNYnko
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