NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 2. Press and expand the pawls (A) on the sides of the fuse box and remove the fuse box (1) from its
housing.
NO
TE: : Arrow in illustration depicts vehicle front direction.
NO

TE:
There is no separat

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 4. Remove the fuse box cover and remove the 20A VCM fuse.
NO TE: : Arrow in illustration depicts vehicle front direction.
5.

If you cannot identify the above fuses, remove all fuses in the fuse boxes

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3-3.6 Alternate Procedure 2 (Remove Service Plug)
• Do not remove the service plug without always wearing appropriate Personal
Protective Equipment (PPE) to help protect the dismantler from serious

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3. Remove the service plug using the following steps: (1) pull up and release the green lever, (2)
press the locking tab to release and rotate fully upward, (3) pull the service plug completely out of

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 7. Perform the dismantling operation.
3-4
Cutting the Vehicle Body • Do not cut into high voltage related areas to avoid severe personal injury or death.
• Do not cut into the Li-ion battery to av

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3-4.1 SRS Air Bag System Components Location
The
SRS air bag system and inflators must not be cut as there is a risk of short circuit and unintentional
deployment of the SRS. However, the vehicle can

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3-4.2 Vehicle Cut Sheet12V Battery
Nissan North America, Version 1, January 2013 DANGER
High voltage Li-ion battery
High voltage harness
12V battery
12V battery
1-800-387-0122 (Canada) (Monday-Friday

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3-4.3 Water Submersion
Damage level of submerged vehicle may not be apparent. Handling a submerged
vehicle without appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will result in serious
injury or deat

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 3-5 Li-ion Battery Damage and Fluid Leaks
The Li-ion battery contains electrolyte solution. To avoid exposure to electrolyte solution
and
serious personal injury, always wear appropriate solvent resis

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 4. Jump Starting
T
o start the EV system with a booster battery, the instructions and precautions below must be followed. If done incorrectly, jump starting can lead to a 12V battery explosion, result
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