The official place to buy the service manual is https://www.nissan-techinfo.com/.TexasLeaf wrote: I've already located a website where I can by a service manual for my 2018 Leaf; https://www.factoryrepairmanuals.com/20 ... op-repair/.
TexasLeaf wrote:Every time I read one of these threads about cell swaps I sounds like whoever is doing the swap is trying to back engineer the battery pack. But every thread I've seen on battery replacements under warranty indicates that the new pack comes completely assembled and just bolts and plugs right in. Replacing battery packs is a standard procedure so there must be a service manual from Nissan that tells you exactly how to install the new battery pack.
The pack (which has a BMS module inside) must be paired to the car.TexasLeaf wrote: The service manual for Leaf battery pack replacement should be easy enough to get ahold of and it's hard for me to believe that no one on this forum has a copy. So what does the service manual for Leaf battery pack replacement say??? Does it say you have to do any reprogramming when you install a replacement battery?
He elaborates further. Search for posts on FB by him in the various Leaf groups.100% no not interchangeable. The 13-18 Packs have a additional H/V port at the front that will not let the vehicle engage the system main relaysnunless the port is plugged in. The only way to make this work is swap internals but use the older cars bus bars and H/V wiring.
Am I correct in saying that a pack swap (not the modules) will always require a pairing ?cwerdna wrote:^^^
Also see http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 02#p542902.
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The leaf is 90kw (120hp)