To bad we weren’t closer, I think we could do a little twist to this and have a really good new product to the market.Started doing this with minivans years ago, I have thought about trying to form a business and even tried to start an LLC but don't have a business address so I'm waiting until I move.
The Renogy DCC-50S is made to go in a vehicle and use the alternator and also manage solar and house banks. Supposed to be used with an RV, but as soon as it hit the market I got one for my minivan and now I've moved it to the truck. DCC50S 12V 50A DC-DC On-Board Battery Charger with MPPT
I would highly recommend even a very low budget form of this type of thing... even with just a cheap inverter and one battery on a isolator will let you run all kinds of stuff from electric blankets (have one on the driver seat now) to lanterns and charge jumper packs, etc... could get away for around 300 total for isolator/12 deep cycle/inverter.
With a buck converter like this Amazon.com: 5A DC-DC Adjustable Buck Converter Reduced Voltage Regulator Power Module 4V - 38V to 1.25V - 36V (4 Pieces): Electronics you can power just about anything that takes batteries or DC input.
What are you running yours on, PC, IOS, or Android? I’m running mine on an IPhone. The setup on the one I have has a log for codes themselves and a log for possible fixes to the codes. I have ran into a little bit of a hold up on the truck but as soon as I get it fixed i will look at this again.Those don't even look like DTCs to me. The heading says it's a "Log". This is what mine displays when I read Error codes:
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From the main page, connect to the vehicle (make sure you're not in simulation mode), tap the red Errors field, then tap the Left triangle (with the magnifying glass) to read DTCs.