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Roadster VDS Messages

Discussion in 'Wiki' started by Slackjaw, Aug 31, 2012.

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  1. BartJ

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    added info on #1463

    This problem appeared to me after a yearly service because the HVAC was overfilled. Check HVAC fluid level

    Added info on #1144 and #1146

    Probably the PEM/Motor fan needs to be replaced.
    Also check the connectors or wiring between the fans and the PEM. Could just be a bad contact
     
  2. Doug_G

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    ID:1535 Data:0x00000080

    VMS: Linux kernel version doesn't match car-wide release.

    ID:887 Data:0x00000080

    Can't start Version number mismatch.
     
  3. Slackjaw

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    Hi, I'd like to add some notes to error ID:287 "Powertrain Problem / Service Required" which came up yesterday after I had been driving in fierce rain and been loading the trunk earlier in the same rain, then tried to charge when I got home. The car would drive but not charge. I did put a call in to Tesla Motors and haven't heard back but I asked Michael Thwaite for advice; he explained it was probably water etc., which is exactly what it was, so I left the car out in the sun for 2-3 hours and the problem went away. Amazing really.

    So whoever can edit the original post (I can't): Notes field can say something like "Confirmed that in one Roadster 2.5 case, this problem was probably caused by water and was definitely resolved by baking the car in the July sun for a few hours with doors, trunk and charge port open, after which the car went back to charging normally."

    Thanks! -- Ian
     
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  5. doug

    doug Administrator / Head Moderator

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    Renamed this wiki thread since it really is primarily about Roadster VDS messages, rather than a general Roadster wiki. Other things like a Roadster FAQ or Roadster History should be their own threads.
     
  6. Stefan T

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    I have got ID:58 and that's missing in the table

    VDS says following:
    ID:58 TPMS: No data fault
    Data 0x00000100
     
  7. Roeland54

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    I have got some debug messages for the list:

    ID: 257 red “APS output 1 (main) reset”

    ID: 1562 orange “VMS: Not receiving GS version number”

    ID: 1559 orange “VMS: Not receiving HVAC version number”

    ID: 1558 orange “VMS: Not receiving TCM version number”

    ID: 1522 orange “SWP: BPS Active”

    ID: 1131 yellow “DMC FW: Lost Comms With Shifter”

    ID: 1098 orange “DMC FW: Lost ABS Comms (and TC) warning”

    ID: 63 orange “GS: No data fault”

    ID: 61 orange “TCM: No data fault”

    ID: 54 orange “HVAC: No data fault”

    ID: 1661 yellow “PM: Gear Selector Comms Warning”

    ID: 58 orange “TPMS: No data fault”

    Is there a place where I can find an explanation for the abbreviations?
     
  8. PV-EV

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    I think I can help with some.

    TPMS tire pressure monitoring system
    HVAC heating ventilating air conditioning
    TCM traction control module
    BPS backup power supply
    SWP switchpack
    VMS vehicle management system
    APS auxiliary power supply

    If you are experiencing these you may have lost your APS power to the PEM.
     
  9. PV-EV

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    A couple more

    GS gear selector
    PM pedal monitor
     
  10. rambo1964

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    Hi everybody,
    I got a new failure displayed.
    HVAC: Coolant Pump OverCurrent. ID1441
    press to dismiss works, but it comes up again after a while.
    Any suggestions what to do or how to repair?
    Thanks, Frank
     
  11. dpeilow

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    Anyone know what error 104 is?
     
  12. doug

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    Given that 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, and 107 all say "Parking System Service Required", I'd say your wiper fluid is low.
     
  13. dpeilow

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    Funny thing is that showed up on OVMS twice but not in the car. There were no obvious parking system issues when I drove it too.


    However I have a new one to report: ID: 1130 "DMC FW: VBUS Present With ILOOP Open". Anyone have a clue that what is about?
     
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