My cars were part of a photoshoot today and they were definitely on fire.
Irish people have good taste.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Wed Aug 07, 2019 4:35 amLeaf reported as best seller at dealerships in Ireland:
https://www.leinsterleader.ie/news/home ... -leaf.html
Then I blame your service advisor for inferring or making something up. If Nissan corporate issued a communication to them about a fire danger, it sure as heck would be in written form to them somewhere.Evoforce wrote: ↑Tue Aug 06, 2019 1:30 amYou are hilarious also and trying to mislead. I was told by service that a possible short because of this could lead to fire as well as what you listed. Just because it did not say that in the notice does not mean that it is not possible. After all, Nissan has a bad enough battery reputation. They are not going to put it in writing that a short could lead to fire in their battery... but service was verbally able to tell me this. More power to Nissan for making this service campaign to correct something that could be very bad for BEV's and their adoption. Newer Leafs are apparently not a part of this service campaign.cwerdna wrote: ↑Tue Aug 06, 2019 1:19 amI received my notice for this today. It makes no mention of fire.
It saysA hypothetical possibility of fire seems to have been invented by Evoforce in one of his earlier replies.Due to a manufacturing issue, which has since been corrected, certain LEAF vehicle's lithium-ion battery bonding plates may not meet Nissan internal standards for corrosion resistance. The plates may corrode and in some areas where road salt is extensively used, could break. In rare cases, during vehicle servicing, if both plates break, the battery cover plate is removed and the vehicle is left in READY mode, a technician could be exposed to electric shock if all EV servicing instructions are not followed. Although no such incidents have been reported to Nissan, this voluntary service campaign is being conducted as a preventative measure out of an abundance of caution.
Those are hot looking!
.Evoforce wrote: ↑Thu Aug 08, 2019 4:36 amJust accept that Nissan doesn't want to scare customers or bring on legal woes. It is not that hard to figure it out. Do you really want to escalate this and further scare the general public. I am glad Nissan seems to be getting ahead of any potential problem of their battery shorting.
Not what I read in the linked article.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Sun Aug 25, 2019 1:06 amUS Leaf production capacity expanding.