Yeah, I know. I'm trying to get at ones that are NOT wired out to the OBD connector and/or are firewalled from it. To my knowledge, for the low speed SWCAN bus, there's only the "clean" and "dirty" buses on either side of the serial gateway module. There are also multiple high speed CAN buses, and at least one that is of interest is NOT accessible from the main OBD connector. GM historically has wired at least one additional CANbus to pins 3+11 of the OBD connector, but they are unpopulated on a 2020 Bolt.
Lol. That's why I knew about the other thread. I came across the passenger side port the other day on my 2017. It's pretty obvious and all the way to the right side. So I started googling the forum about it. I was actually looking where the pedestrian module is. Rumor is, it's in the center console. I bought a spare module and thinking I might need some can bus tools to talk to it. And maybe sniff out its connector on the car.The secondary passenger-side diagnostic port is not present on a 2020 as far as I can tell.
Well, for a few bucks you can have your own?No, I haven't looked at the service manual because I'm not paying $400 for a manual that isn't for my model year, and they aren't selling 2020 service manuals anywhere yet, other than possibly the $20/3 days TDS subscription which I MIGHT go for if nothing else. I was hoping that someone who does have a service manual could find some useful info, and you have.
Not sure if it's the real deal, but the one I got for $25 allowed me to have the images to tell someone this...If it's the real deal, it must be a pirated copy.