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dmcent63

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Was wondering the same thing. I came across that and didn't know which ID correlated as well. I changed to an AGM battery about a year ago and have had zero issues, so not sure if changing that has any real effect.
I did the same. I posted this question in three forum. If I find out anything elsewhere I’ll be sure to share it back here as well. I do have an Autel MaxiCOM MK808S-TS at has some hot key functions and battery settings could be one, but I don’t know as of the writing.
 

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Yeah, I posted the same thing a month or 2 ago and have nada for answers. Someone in the Mopar engineering knows what the "types" refer to since they are there, but an answer will be like a unicorn.

There is some other info related to charging in that header, too. It will all work hand in hand:
Battery:
IBS Activate MWU: No
Battery Type: Battery ID 4
IBS Quiescence Current Limit (‐250‐0 mA): ‐250.000 mA
IBS Minimum Voltage Limit (0‐25.4 V): 5.000 V
IBS Minimal Charge Limit (0‐125 Ah): 10.000 Ah
IBS Standby Time (0‐7620): 7620.000 sec
IBS Minimum Charge Limit (0‐2500mA): 600.000 mA
 

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I did write to Alexey at AlfaOBD and although he is very responsive, he doesn’t have this information either.
 

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I would think in this day and age of bluetooth this and bluetooth that, that it would be entirely feasible to have batteries communicate with the vehicle. The lithium batts in my boat have bluetooth built in so it's possible to monitor their current status and charge level using my phone.

I dunno how much that feature would add to the cost of the battery though.
 

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I would think in this day and age of bluetooth this and bluetooth that, that it would be entirely feasible to have batteries communicate with the vehicle. The lithium batts in my boat have bluetooth built in so it's possible to monitor their current status and charge level using my phone.

I dunno how much that feature would add to the cost of the battery though.
That's adding probably $100 to the cost of a battery.
 

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Hi guys I found this page on the multiecuscan supported vechicle page that shoes the wiring to make your own colored adapters.

Scrolling to the bottom of the page.

The only thing I don't get is there is a picture of the two connector ends showing the pinout are reversed. For example the connector labeled female reads from top left pin 1. But on the schematic the pinout reads from top right pin 1.
Looks like schematic is looking from the back of the connector?
Just want to confirm before wiring this up and it being wrong and damaging my car
 

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Ummmm... The one without he exposed pins plugs into the one with the expose pins.
In your mind, flip the non exposed pins one over and the 1 and 9 pins do line up now. That pic is correct.
 
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