NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide

NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide LEAF 2013 1.G NISSAN NISSAN https://www.carmanualsonline.info/img/5/322/w960_322-0.png NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 4-1 Jump Starting Procedures
1. If the booster battery is in another vehicle (B) , position the two vehicles (A and B) to bring their
12V batteries into close proximity to each other.
DO NOT allow the

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 12. If necessary, connect the vehicle to a charging station or EVSE (Electric Vehicle Supply
Equipment) to charge the Li-ion battery. The vehicle cannot be driven unless the Li-ion battery is
charged.

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide Under Hood Fuse and Relay Box Location
NO
TE: : Arrow in illustration depicts vehicle front direction. F/L 40A PBW MTR
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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide Cabin Fuse Box Location
NO
TE:
Insert a screwdriver wrapped with a protective cloth (A) into the slit (1) . Pull to remove the fuse
box cover (2) . Remove the fuse with the fuse puller (3) .
7. Releas

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide If LEAF needs to be stored or left unattended, the high voltage system must be shut down by removing the
service
plug [refer to 3-3.6 Alternate Procedure 2 (Remove Service Plug)] and a sign put on the

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 5. Dismantling Information
Removal
or repair of the high voltage battery requires special tools and specific training. NISSAN strongly
recommends that only certified NISSAN dealer technicians perform

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide There is the possibility of a malfunction occurring if the vehicle is changed to READY
status while the service plug is removed.
5-2 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Insulated Tools
5-2.1 Perso

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 5-3 Lithium-ion (Li-ion) Battery Pack Removal
5-3.1
Exploded View
NOTE: : Arrow in illustration depicts vehicle front direction.
1.

Li-ion battery pack 2. Bonding plates 3. Li-ion battery under cover

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 5-3.2 Removal Procedure
DO NOT disassemble or open the Li-ion battery to avoid severe personal injury or death by
electrical
shock.
1. Discharge the high voltage battery. Refer to 3-1 Discharging Proc

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G Dismantling Guide 4. Disconnect the cabin heater harness connector (A) from
the Li-ion battery. Touching high voltage components without wearing
appropriate

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will
cause electrocution
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