NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide 2-3 High Voltage Circuit Shut-Off System
The
high voltage can be shut off by the following methods: Service plug
Positioned in the center area of the Li-ion battery, this shuts off output high
voltage

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide 3. Emergency Response Steps
• Failure to properly shut down the high voltage electrical system before the
Emergency Response Procedures are performed will result in serious injury or death
from elec

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide Preparation Items
Specification Purpose
Solvent resistant protection
gloves –
To utilize in the event of a Li-ion bat-
tery electrolytic solution leak.
Solvent resistant protection
shoes –
Absorbe

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide 3-2 Vehicle Immobilization and Stabilization
If
possible, immobilize the vehicle by turning the 12V system OFF and stabilize it with a wheel chock(s) .
Stabilize the vehicle with cribbing, by removing

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide 3-3 How to Handle a Damaged Vehicle at an Accident Scene
NO
TE:
If any air bags have deployed in the following 3 situations, the high-voltage (HV) system has
been automatically shut off at the time of

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide • Failure to properly shut down the high voltage system before the Emergency
Response Procedures are performed will result in serious injury or death from
electrical shock. To prevent serious injury

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide Removing the Charge Connector
NO
TE:
Use the illustration to identify the type of charge connector and follow the appropriate
procedure.
1.Quick Charge Connector (If So Equipped)
NOTE:
The quick charg

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide c. The charge connector can be unlocked by
pushing the charge connector unlock button on
the Nissan Intelligent Key® for more than 1
second. The charge connector will temporarily
unlock for 30 second

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide Indications the High Voltage System is ON
1. If the READY indicator is ON, the high voltage system is active.
2.

The high voltage system is active if any charge indicator
is ON (blue LEDs on top of t

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NISSAN LEAF 2013 1.G First Responders Guide 5. Open the hood.
6.
Disconnect the negative (-) 12V battery cable (1) .
Insulate the negative (-) battery cable terminal with
insulated tape.
NOTE: : Arrow in illustration depicts vehicle front
direc
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