Your photo link doesn't work.zialeaf wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:54 amDear LEAF community,
Due to rodent damage, I need to replace the battery harness that is immediately visible when the battery assembly is removed from the car. It runs alongside and under the main disconnect access panel.
This is a photo of the damaged harness:
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipP ... 3nJzMHlnuY
I need to confirm the part number for his harness so I may procure its replacement. I believe the number is:
And it appears to be available here:
https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts/n ... 3na0a.html
https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ni ... 295g03na0a
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Steve in NM
Understood, that makes sense based on all the connectors shown on that harness. I was able to get a dealer to tell me the PN this afternoon. They say it is 24014-3NA4A. The two suppliers I linked to earlier do list this part:coleafrado wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:58 pmThe number you've posted is unfortunately for part of the battery's internal wiring harness, not the car. Note that the listings say "Junction block & harness, 2011-12, #1, without cold weather pk." and "Included With Battery Assembly." Among the block items shown there are the battery's power and data ports, the contactor blocks, and the HV disconnect in the middle of the pack.. These are parts internal to the battery.
I'll look around, but if these cables aren't separate from the car's main harness, you may be SOL for a drop-in replacement. As long as the damage is limited to that area, repair should be possible (but not easy).
That looks like the right one, but the prices are . I could see it costing way, way less than $2k to just replace each damaged wire and patch up the existing harness manually.zialeaf wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:16 pmUnderstood, that makes sense based on all the connectors shown on that harness. I was able to get a dealer to tell me the PN this afternoon. They say it is 24014-3NA4A. The two suppliers I linked to earlier do list this part:
https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ni ... 240143na4a
https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts/n ... 3na4a.html
I think this may be the correct part. It is above the battery tray/assembly and is fixed to the chassis tunnel. Do this look right to you?
Steve in NM
As long as the only cables damaged are the ones pictured, which lead all the way to the trunk, your inverter should be 'safe.' Motor power is only drawn from the battery through the heavily shielded giant cables that run from the front end of the pack to the motor (only about four feet).