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Altezza #TALT+ AC questions

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Hi Guys,

On the Altezza PnP, the manual says that DI7 goes to AC Pressure Switch (N6-"PRE") and DI8 goes to AC Clutch Lock (O8-"LCK1")

Yet on the base map supplied (and online) these digital inputs are unmapped. If this correct? Can these DI's be re-purposed if not needed? Are those functions needed?

 

Also while I have this open, I'm also configuring Cruise Control, do you guys know the CAN address to set the cruise control light on the dash? So it can light this if cruise control is set?

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15 hours ago, wastegate said:

On the Altezza PnP, the manual says that DI7 goes to AC Pressure Switch (N6-"PRE") and DI8 goes to AC Clutch Lock (O8-"LCK1")

Yet on the base map supplied (and online) these digital inputs are unmapped. If this correct? Can these DI's be re-purposed if not needed? Are those functions needed?

They are not used.  You can re-purpose them.

 

15 hours ago, wastegate said:

Also while I have this open, I'm also configuring Cruise Control, do you guys know the CAN address to set the cruise control light on the dash? So it can light this if cruise control is set?

The Altezza uses a special network protocol called "BEAN", it is not CAN.  The BEAN module in our ECU is not user configurable.

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Thanks on question one Adam.

Question two, while I was aware that Toyota use BEAN, the Link itself uses CAN and relies on a CAN to BEAN convertor (coded by Zac as part of his Uni degree) which is special to this ECU. If there is no way to find out what address to put into the Link then that is fine I might hack the dash itself and run a wire out so the ECU can use a output to light it.

Cheers

Nick

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The ecu sends data to the BEAN module, but the messages that the BEAN module sends and receives to/from the car are hardcoded, not user configurable.

There is no cruise light function in the firmware at present so even a hardwired light is not going to help you.  (you will notice you can set an aux to "cruise light" but that function is not working at present).

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