No 'kicking off'; there's a specific MUT3 app routine to do it (detailed on the SPeakEV thread, https://www.speakev.com/threads/i-miev-with-failing-battery-another-cmu-ltc-chip-failure.144620/page-3#post-2829628
Unfortunately, it does not appear to have helped 100% in my case as it appears the version of CMU PCB that I got is not entirely compatible with my very early i-MiEV (last 5 of the VIN is 00136 and V5 shows first registered 20Nov2009).
However, the car goes to 'Ready' and the wheels go around and around, albeit it is still on the car lift. It charges, too (from AC), but I have not had a chance to see if it is at the full 13A, let alone via DC (no facilities to do that here on the island anyway).
So, my next plan is to try to obtain a pair of the same version of CMU PCBs and try them in the car.
Anyone know where I could try?