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Don't doubt that, but doubt the validity of the claim that warranty voids. They may not cover damage an owner causes by interaction with that menu and resultant changes, but doubt a warranty can be voided...
Yeah, people throw around the voided warranty all the time. There's no such thing.

You're exactly right -- to exclude coverage, they would have to show that the otherwise-would-be-covered problem you're having was caused by your use of that menu (or your after market mod, or whatever else).

 

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Man I don't even have my R1 yet and I want to know what the code is...
 

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Lucky guess. Looks like some fun. And some fun things to break.

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Well cats out of the bag now... some interesting fields to monitor. Also, expect this to be patched ASAP.

I haven't found battery temperature yet but I know it's in there somewhere.

Regen on each motor can be monitored here (and update in realtime):
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Usable capacity and lifetime consumption can be shown with these fields:
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Total Pack Energy can be seen here (I'm assuming this is the TOTAL pack not the USABLE pack), also people have different numbers so it might be an indicator of battery wear:
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I guess we will find out how closely they monitor these forums based on how quickly the PIN changes.
 

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Well thank you for finding this! I went on an Easter egg hunt first week of ownership and stumbled upon this and could never figure out how to get it back! Now it's officially documented! (Probably just in time for the next software ota) 🤣
 

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I guess we will find out how closely they monitor these forums based on how quickly the PIN changes.
After talking to people today some have known about it for a while but kept quiet about it and rightfully so.

I'm 100% sure Rivian will change the pin but i'm hoping they can somehow give us access to the "dashboard" section for data since nothing can be changed in there, it's basically just a fancy logging interface.

But i'm not going to hold my breathe.
 

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Well cats out of the bag now... some interesting fields to monitor. Also, expect this to be patched ASAP.

I haven't found battery temperature yet but I know it's in there somewhere.

Regen on each motor can be monitored here (and update in realtime):
1656371137987.png


Usable capacity and lifetime consumption can be shown with these fields:
1656371166466.png


Total Pack Energy can be seen here (I'm assuming this is the TOTAL pack not the USABLE pack), also people have different numbers so it might be an indicator of battery wear:
1656371222834.png
Battery temp is there, in Celsius no less. Hovers around 30c at idle.
 

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Well cats out of the bag now... some interesting fields to monitor. Also, expect this to be patched ASAP.

I haven't found battery temperature yet but I know it's in there somewhere.

Regen on each wheel can be monitored here:
1656371137987.png


Usable capacity and lifetime consumption can be shown with these fields:
1656371166466.png


Total Pack Energy can be seen here (I'm assuming this is the TOTAL pack not the USABLE pack), also people have different numbers so it might be an indicator of battery wear:
1656371222834.png
There's a bunch under the bms. The E_total there is your usable.

Motor temps, rpm, and torque are also in there. Torque is like 281 N-m at zero RPM.

There are also some nice flags explaining why it's the charging is derated for example.
 


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I'm 100% sure Rivian will change the pin but i'm hoping they can someone give us access to the "dashboard" section for data since nothing can be changed in there, it's basically just a fancy logging interface.
Fully agree. This is quite close to the "nerd" screen that a bunch of people have requested.
 

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Pray tell, is there anything interesting inside that telematics pane? I don't know, like, say, being able to disable it. Or is it just a bunch of info on what the truck's already done?
 

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Pray tell, is there anything interesting inside that telematics pane? I don't know, like, say, being able to disable it. Or is it just a bunch of info on what the truck's already done?
Things I'm not touching: anything that says "reset" under the service tab. Someone else can play screw your truck up roulette. :)
 

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Yeah, looks really interesting, and a great way to screw something up. Neat to see it, though. I never bothered to get into the service menu for the Tesla (I think it required a physical connection), though I got to see the tech pull it up several times.
 

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Well cats out of the bag now... some interesting fields to monitor. Also, expect this to be patched ASAP.
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With a 6 or 8 digit passcode, lol.
 

 
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