nuggetgalore wrote: ↑Sat, 02 May 2020, 16:15
In reverse it is open both methods.
That's the most important thing.
[ Edit: and I believe it means that your car was at one stage updated with the Gelcoservices GS1011 harness. Otherwise, I believe that you would not be seeing diode-like behaviour. Or possibly, it had the harness replaced with one from a 2012+ model. ]
If I measure this correctly , that is no where near the 2740 Ω as per diagram.
I cropped off other parts of the circuit, and the circuit is powered down, so that will affect the measured resistance.
Your diode seems fine from that test.
[ Edit: But the question is, is that the diode in the charger, or from some modification to just get the EVSE connected. ]
this thread is getting way off topic, do you think it is worth it to make a new thread?
I was thinking that myself recently. I'll see what my fingers can come up with
Edit: done. Please pardon me only changing the subject lines for the first two posts, and this one. [ Edit: I relented and changed them all. It was just too distracting/confusing. ]
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