NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 2-1.1 Li-ion Battery Pack Specifications
Li-ion battery voltage
360V nominal
(240V - 398.4V usable range)
Number of Li-ion battery modules in the pack 48
Li-ion battery dimensions 60.91 x 46.77 x 10.3

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 3. Roadside Assistance Response Steps
• NEVER assume the LEAF is shut OFF simply because it is quiet.
• If the vehicle is damaged and you are not sure about the condition of the electric
vehicle s

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance 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 wooden blocks or by r

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 3-3 Turning OFF the Power Switch
1. Check the READY indicator status. If it is ON, the high voltage system is active.
2.

Press the power switch once to turn OFF the high
voltage system. Then verify w

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 3-5 Vehicle Fire
• Always utilize full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and self-contained breathing
apparatus during fire fighting operations. Smoke from a LEAF vehicle fire is similar to
smoke

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 3-6 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 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 4. Roadside Assistance
4-1
Jump Starting
To 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 ba

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide 4-1.1 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 t

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NISSAN LEAF 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance 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 2014 1.G Roadside Assistance Guide Under Hood Fuse and Relay Box Location
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