A lack of displayed software version for the TCU and battery energy control system has been a bug since 19A was released. I'm on 20B and there still is no listed software version. I think a couple of forum members might have seen the version displayed so perhaps someone can comment. It's not something your dealership can assist with.I have no entry for Vehicle connectivity system or Battery energy control system. It also says there is no update available.
Should this be something I should ask my JLR dealer about?
Hey, better than my mystery version that can't even be called up when you hit update...and the saga of no 20B continues. But the car has been solid after my no start incident, so I'm OK with that.It looks like Telematics "18.2" to me. (Still more recent than my 14.2. )
A telematics update won't help with the battery. Cell balancing during charging should help but I'm curious what data is showing that some cells aren't charging. Are you seeing a decrease in capacity?I'm on 14.2, I think. Also have some battery cells not charging.
Will upgrading the telematics version help those non-charging cells? Or does my battery itself need repair?
I'm still on 14.2 and my dealer reported the same JLR directive. I think some folks have received the update after reporting a problem with their app not communicating with the car.Not to hijack, but has anyone figured out a way to get a dealer to update telematics on request? I'm on 16.2 and would love to be on the latest, but my dealer told me that Jag explicitly forbides them from installing I-PACE updates unless they are directed to do so.
YupA telematics update won't help with the battery. Cell balancing during charging should help but I'm curious what data is showing that some cells aren't charging. Are you seeing a decrease in capacity?
Yes, you're certainly right about the battery. Best of luck!Yup
WattCat showed 80-81,kwh capacity at max charge when I got the car last year. Not the reported 84kwh, but pretty close. Then about 2 months ago I was suddenly only seeing 71-73kwh capacity at max charge. Had it in to my dealer who suggested their diagnostics showed problems with some of the cells. The EV technician wasn't available at the time - so I'll bring it back for repairs soon.
Had the H264 update performed and my battery capacity made it up to just over 75kwh, presumably due to the released portions of the upper and lower buffers mad possible by H264. But I'm nowhere near 84-86kwh capacity and although my consumption is sitting at around 18-18.5 kwh/100km (which should give me well over 400km range from an 80+ kwh battery), my useful range is only about 370km.
It all points to there being some problem with the battery capacity - so I presume I have 3 or 4 of the 36 cells down...
Wish me luck
You need to go back to the future with that one... I am pretty sure the two numbers after the S are the year of the release.My 2019 is on vehicle connectivity system 16.2 and InControl touch pro is on S29B_19.40.4-436082. Do I need to make an app on for updates?