EVDRIVER wrote:....Clearly Nissan does not want people easily messing with this while the car is in motion. I would not doubt it is listed in the first responders guide but that would purely be for liability... This connection splits the pack in half lowering the voltage.
Interesting perspective. I'm not sure where the concept of "messing with this while in motion" even entered the equation (surely, I could "mess with it" with a 10mm wrench just about as easily).
Here's what the service manual says about this switch:
• The service plug is included in the Li-ion battery to securely dis- connect the high voltage
during high voltage part inspection and maintenance.
• The service plug is installed on the upper surface of the battery pack. The plug can be removed when the leg-room mounted ser- vice plug cover is removed.
• Always use insulating protective equipment when removing and installing service plug.