Most any off the shelf obd II software will work. Been using Torque for many months now
I have not been following your issue but this is more or less a novelty. From your brief description of the problem I believe it is a misfire issue (P03xx). Does the engine also come on randomly? Your best bet is to go grab a 15 dollar OBD scanner from Amazon or your local parts store and create a thread with all the pertinent information. Not sure how handy you are but could probably walk you through a few possible fixes. I had this issue on a Karma, it ended up being the EVAP Vent Solenoid after I replaced that and ran a few tanks with fuel injector cleaner the mis-fire issue cleared right up. Of course you could have a coupler issue or something else.smoothoperator
Can the Torque be used to help diagnose "reduced performance" error?
I have lost confidence in my locator dealer in the Detroit area. It seems that they really don't want to be bothered with the Fisker Karma and I prefer not to be bothered with them.
They didn't have the Karma long enough to develop the skill set necessary to diagnose and fix problems like Lomax and Harleyguy and others on this board.
I would like to have contacts with other Fisker owners in my area so that we can fly Lomax in to make repairs.
The reduced performance error leaves me afraid to drive the vehicle beyond the battery capacity because I might not make it back home. The ICE won’t engage when this error message is displayed. A warm or hard reset may eliminate the error but it comes back in a few minutes or it could last a couple days or so.
My battery was replaced when I purchased the car and it seems to be performing well. I'm able to drive the car 40 to 45 miles on a charge.
On occasions, when the ICE is cold it seems to not run as smooth as it should but once it warms up it runs ok.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.