- October 20, 2016
- Reaction score
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2017 Mustang GT
726-65-01 xxxx x*xx xxxx
Changing the value to 0 does seem to turn off the Auto Shut off feature but but triggers a charging service error in the process.
Curious if you (or anyone else) have tried setting that position to 2 through F to see if there's any value that works?
Many times in the as-built, the hex values represent four independent settings when converted to binary - each hex digit is four binary 0/1's. Sometimes these are related to each other, other times not.
Doing it this way is a really efficient space-wise, as the sixteen possible hex values are all used to represent four binary values with sixteen possible combinations.
By way of example:
Hex 1 = 0001 Binary
Hex 2 = 0010 Binary
Hex 4 = 0100 Binary
Hex 8 = 1000 Binary.
So perhaps in conjunction with the 4th binary bit being flipped off, other binary bit(s) need flipped on?