In this month’s spotlight, Jack from California provides tips related to service of the Nissan Leaf battery and battery management system. His post is very instructive and thorough, noting for instance that successful replacement of the Li-Ion Battery Controller isn’t the end of such a repair, as additional steps will need to be taken to avoid and/or reset DTCs that are sure to arise after the replacement. Read the full post here:
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