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- Jan 12, 2021
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- Porsche Taycan Turbo S (2020 mod.)
Any possibility to remover the white guide lines when backing up the car (only picture with no help lines).Search the forum for 3D hack - plenty of instruction there.
Fiddly to use .
I deleted and added the timer back. It did not help. Had the same issue last night. The car charged for a while and then got stuck “initializing”. I had to change to direct charging and replug the charging cable. Next I will try a long direct charging session during the day to see if the problem lies with the PMC+ or with the software uPdate. Unfortunately I won’t be able to try this for about a week due to a trip.I’m going to delete the profile and timer and add them back. Hopefully no issues after that.
Good thing I'm an optimistic kind of person! The trip itself should be easy enough, since I'll be taking stops probably closer to 100 miles since I've got a young child with me, and could skip a charging stop if need be. Definitely a hope for the best and plan for the worst scenario.300 miles seems quite optimistic. I am around 350 km / 220 miles on a charge for highway trips traveling at 75-80 in an 2022 CT 4 with 20 inch wheels. At lower speeds 60-65 it might be doable. On road trips I take 250 km / 155 miles between charges. That’s every 2 hours. In general you should try to travel between 10 and 85% SoC.
I have a MY22 May build. No update. The surround view shows the park Assist icon on the left, not the Homelink. Does anyone know if this is user configurable to show Homelink, or must I wait for a later update?Wow the camera view looks much better now. It’s actually looks useable now.
It’s one of the views for the center column of the instrument cluster. It’s called “Power Meter”.It was replaced a new view in the main display. Don’t know how to direct you to it because I haven’t gotten the update done yet. Others on the site have posted pictures of it.
I think power meter has always been there - the blue/green with the speedo in the middle making the cluster look like the traditional view albeit digital.It’s one of the views for the center column of the instrument cluster. It’s called “Power Meter”.