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Battery, SOC, Updates

KTM753

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OBDLink App with OBDLink MX+ Adapter
Thanks. I have the adapter and I installed the app. Here is a picture of my SOC (14.6v) in the bottom right. I haven't configured the app yet.

My 2021 Job 1 2.7 EB has always ran at this voltage. I mostly city commute in my truck. Never had battery issues. No idea why some trucks kill the voltage at 13 volts and other run 14.6 volts like mine.

Snakebitten, am I looking at the correct PID?

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Thanks. I have the adapter and I installed the app. Here is a picture of my SOC (14.6v) in the bottom right. I haven't configured the app yet.

My 2021 Job 1 2.7 EB has always ran at this voltage. I mostly city commute in my truck. Never had battery issues. No idea why some trucks kill the voltage at 13 volts and other run 14.6 volts like mine.

Snakebitten, am I looking at the correct PID?

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Your screen is showing battery voltage, you'll need to add another gauge for SOC. I think it's under vehicle specific/ bcm/ soc
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Also note that your 2.7 has an alternator, but the Powerboost doesn't.
Although Ford might have similar battery management strategies between the two trucks, they would have very different methods of going about it, and thus the software between the two would be apples/oranges.
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