Originally Posted by Benn0
The button seems to wake up the reader, but doesn't power it off. The manual says it has a sleep function after 30 mins.
You might have to shut down the Torque App when finished with it to make sure it disconnects the Bluetooth link with the adaptor and then it will sleep. (Not sure if that is essential but I read somewhere about someone in the US flattening the battery on their "GM Volt".
Barboots(Steve) also starts the Torque app after
starting the Jeep as he got some error lights on the dash when torque was already running.
Now that I know how the DPF / regen works I generally don't run the app normally when driving as its a distraction.
I might check it just before shutting down to see the % if it's getting close. I think i'm up to about 48% again now.
Interestingly after observing a few times:
Driving on highway speed for some time prior it'll regen when it gets up to 65%.
Driving slower and shorter trips it won't regen and will go past 65 and it still won't regen even as it goes up past 70%.
If I've shut the car down wit the level over 70% (or 71%) then it seems to commence a regen on the next
run when the car is fully warmed up.
There is another simple PID for the "number of warmups" and it adds 1 to the counter when the engine gets past a certain temperture & run time.
No. of warmups
When I do the next regen I'll see if it triggers at the same time as as the count indexes. And also observing what Coolant and Oil temp it changes the count.
I still have no idea how to get it over 80% for a EVIC warning.