The end of the Plug and Play MIMA, and MIMA2
MIMA introduction
MIMA Operation
MIMA Users Page
Installing MIMA with The Plug and Play harness
Installing MIMA with the pin replacement harness
Installation and introduction
1. Disassembly
2. Installing the harness tubes
3. Threading the Harness
4. Removing the pins from the Multilock connectors
5. Installing the rear connections
6. Mounting the MIMA system in the car.
7. Accessing and connecting to the ECM
8. Overall wiring test
The test plug
Test 1: Confirm car starts, and no IMA codes
MCM reset
Test 2: confirm 13.6 volts
Test 3: confirm VSS
Test 4: confirm battery amp monitor connections
Confirming Pins 4&5 the MAMODE1 signal
Confirm Pins 7&8 CMDPWR signal
Confirm TPS sensor signal Pin 18
Confirming the MAP signal on pin 20
9. First power up test
10. The first MIMA operational test
11. Confirming temp probe and fan control operation, and final checkout
12. Mounting the low profile display
13. Removing the MIMA harness
The MIMA Joystick
The MIMA Display
The FAS system
Cable impedance problem with last MIMA systems.
Learning to drive with MIMA
Hardwired Harness
Theory of Operation

Test 4: confirm battery amp monitor connections

Move the negative lead of the DVM to pin 11 batter sensor negative. Connect the positive lead of the DVM to confirm that pin 10 measures the +24V.
positive lead to pin 9 to confirm that the amp signal is ~12V. The voltage of this pin will be 12V if no amps are being put into or removed from the battery, so you may need to take a short ride to confirm that this voltage changes with the assist and charge bar graphs.

0.02 Volts per amp, + for assist, - for charge. That would be 14V for full assist, and 11V for full charge. All we need to do here is confirm that this voltage changes when the bar graphs change.

Drive to charge the battery to at least 3-5 bars, as we will need to try the assist during the operational test.