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For Sale Wake on Charge Module Controller

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Wake On Charge Module
Wake On Charge Module
Powers up VCU when connection and voltage is sensed at charge port.
Left, front - attached to DC to DC converter.
The Wake On Charge module functions to activate the VCU when the key is off and the charge port is activated by power from the electrical grid.

Located with the DC to DC converter and powertrain cooling pump, it allows the VCU to monitor and activate systems as needed during the charge cycle.

Normally, with the key off, the VCU is inactive. Plugging into the grid at the charge port sends a low voltage signal which wakes up the VCU through the EWOC.

In addition, the module activates the LED indicators at the charge port as indicated by signals from the VCU.
£70 each or best offer.


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Hello everyone
May I ask Clifford, do you have a red triangle on the dashboard?
Hello everyone,
CliffordK, how are you, did you find the problem?
Thanks, that's fine too.
Almost the same situation: one van is in good condition, the second definitely needs a new battery. Almost all cells rotted and leaked.:cry:
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Yes, this is our battery size. But even half the battery is quite expensive.
I also thought about a custom battery, but it is a too hard work, to assemble a large battery capacity, there is not enough space in the box, and if you make a new box, there is no more space under the car.
One way is a put a custom battery in the trunk.
Maybe there are some ideas?
By the way, does anyone know: can we drive the car, if we disconnect half of battery?
Sorry for offtopic.
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