How would I be sure of the vintage (and capacity!!) of a pack that has been separated from it's car already? Does anyone have pictures from when they dropped their 30 or 40kwh pack? or a list of the battery assembly part numbers that have been used over time? I'm concerned about telling the difference between the 13-15 24 kwh, and later 30, 40 kwh.
If I'm looking at a pack that is claimed to be from a 2018 vehicle, but no vin info available, I should be able to tell from the part number on the pack. What is a valid part number from a 2018+ 40kwh pack?
Or if anyone has won the junkyard lottery, have you seen the p'n on a 62kwh pack?
I don't really want to buy a 24 or 30 kWh pack by accident.
I found some current service part numbers online, 'Battery Assembly'
295B0-5SA9B ( $11-12000 !!! ) this must be 30kWh? but don't find any 'replaces' part numbers
The 11-12 ones do list the superseded parts these would all be 24kWh. ($7800 !!)
295B0-3NA8B Replaces: 295B0-3NA9B Description: Battery & components, 2011-12, with cold weather pkg.
295B0-3NA7A Replaces: 295B0-3NA0A, 295B0-3NA8A, 295B0-3NA9A Description: Battery & components, 2011-12, without cold weather pkg, from 05/2011.
Reading this document about Understanding Nissan part numbers
, and looking at the above numbers gives me some ideas, but nothing clear. The 6-8 digits 'part type number' could be associated with the vehicle it was first used on, and the 9-10 digits are a 'distinction' number, ie: what's different about it. So I would guess 6 digit to be >5 like 7 or 8, and maybe 9th digit >9 (like A,B,C)