[Ovmsdev] Sport vs Non-Sport in VIN
tom at idleloop.com
Mon May 7 21:53:42 HKT 2012
You can also tell a 1.5 from a 2.x by the firmware version, 3.x.x means 1.5,
4.x.x means 2.x. That's how I do it in the log parser.
on 5/6/12 11:54 PM, Mark Webb-Johnson wrote:
> Looking at:
> the suggestion is that a "3" in the 8th digit would signify a sport, and a "1"
> would be a normal roadster.
> In particular:
> Digits 1-3, Manufacturer: 5YJ = Tesla
> Digit 4, Car line: R = Roadster
> Digit 5, Body type: E = convertible
> Digit 6, Region: 1 = USA
> Digit 7, Restraint system: For 2008, 1 = Type 2 seat belts and dual air bags
> For 2010, A = Type 2 seat belts and dual air bags
> Digit 8, Motor: For 2008, B = Tesla 56C
> For 2010, 1 = Tesla M6B; 3 = Tesla M6S
> Digit 9, Check digit: Variable according to formula
> Digit 10, Model year: 8 = 2008; A = 2010
> Digit 11, Plant of manufacture: 1 = Menlo Park, USA
> Digit 12-17, Sequential production number
> They additionally note that Founders' Series vehicles will have F in digit 12.
> Therefore --
> 5YJRE11B = 2008 Roadster
> 5YJRE1A1 = 2010 Roadster
> 5YJRE1A3 = 2010 Roadster Sport
> would seem to give us the ability to auto-identify a v1.5 car as a "B" in the
> 8th digit.
> Does anyone here know if this is reliable? It would be nice to auto-detect
> this to have one less thing to hassle the users with.
> Regards, Mark.
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