Yes it is confusing converting between the Torque PID values and Fusion PIDs, but here are the ones I got working through trial and error. All of this is valid only for a 27kWh battery, you can adapt it for the a different battery from the data at

https://github.com/JejuSoul/OBD-PIDs-for-HKMC-EVs.

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`Name Description Units Min Value Max Value PID Number Equation`

000_Available Charge Power Max REGEN kW 0 98 01 ((F * 256) + G) / 100

000_Available Discharge Power Max POWER kW 0 98 01 ((H * 256) + I) / 100

000_Battery Cell Voltage Deviation V Diff V 0 0.5 05 U / 50

000_Maximum Cell Voltage Max Cell V V 2.8 4.2 01 X / 50

000_Minimum Cell Voltage Min Cell V V 2.8 4.2 01 Z / 50

000_Maximum Deterioration Max DET % 0 100 05 ((Z * 256) + AA) / 10

000_Minimum Deterioration Max DET % 0 100 05 ((AC * 256) + AD) / 10

000_State of Charge Display SOC Disp % 0 100 05 AF / 2

The following values are the same across all of these PIDs:

**Category**: Engine**Manufacturer**: Generic**Metric/English Units**: Use the same units for both**Metric to English Scale Factor**: 1**Metric to English Offset**: 0**Module/Header**: 7E4**OBD Mode**: 21**Priority**: High

To get the State of Health % out of these numbers, I used the following equations. I'm sure you could get Fusion to do this math automatically but I was just doing it as simple as possible for me at the time:

Lost SOH = 27 * ((10 - (MaxDeterioration + MinDeterioration) / 2) / 100

SOH in kWh = 27 + LostSOH

SOH in % = LostSOH / 27 * 100