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Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:30 am
by DIYev
Sent you a PM last month.

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:26 am
by kmcmahan
I am trying to put together a device that is able to test leaf battery packs with the pack out of the car. The plugs that I am looking for have a large number of small wires. These plugs twist and pull off. Thanks Kevin

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:43 pm
by Precise1
kmcmahan wrote:
Thu Mar 04, 2021 10:26 am
I am trying to put together a device that is able to test leaf battery packs with the pack out of the car. The plugs that I am looking for have a large number of small wires. These plugs twist and pull off. Thanks Kevin
Ok, got it, no need to post the picture I took. ;)

I'm going to say that we have to have some, because I have removed several myself. And yes, we have one set up with a OBD2 port that we plug an ELM bluetooth sender unit into and read the pack with Leaf Spy. You also need a 12v battery to power it, but yeah...
I could probably help with the pin outs if you don't already know it. I'm sure the boss doesn't mind, he's all about supporting the EV community.

Let me locate one on Monday, take a picture, post it and we will go from there. I'm guessing the length doesn't matter to you as long as it is enough to splice wires to or port directly into whatever reader you plan to use.

How many do you need? And if you don't mind me asking, do you have a lot of Leaf battery packs laying around, and what do you do with them?

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:56 pm
by Precise1
So, folks... after checking my PMs and some consideration, I have a suggestion or two to help with my organization:

I will continue to post when I get a "new" car to strip, and please feel free to ask away about parts from it.

If you are just looking for a part in general, please PM me with "PW: (whatever it/they is/are)" in the title bar. I might get back to you for clarification, and I will look to see if it is in inventory or put it in my "Parts Wanted" list at work. No item is too big... I will ship you a door if you want, no item is too small... I'll ship you a relay or a fuse if that is what you need. I can't promise how soon I run across it, but I won't forget either.

Currently in inventory are doors, rims, headlights, tail lights, driver switch consoles, mirrors, bumpers, radiators, water pumps, grills, gas pedals, master cylinders (the entire brake thingie), rear view mirrors and much more.
Need a piece of interior trim, a glove box, steering wheel, headrest, etc, just ask. All that has to happen is that you pay me enough to cover the time it takes to get out of the car. (disclaimer: some things are really hard and time consuming)

Thanks, and be well!

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:04 pm
by kmcmahan
Thanks. I will be looking for the photo. I just bought my second Leaf this week. It has some damaged and missing parts. I will put a list together. It is a 2017 S. It came without the set of owners manuals so that is something I will be looking for.

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2021 7:47 pm
by liljohn650
Do you still have the car? If not can you post the next leaf you are stripping? I need the black interior, maybe the TCU module as well.

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Fri Jun 18, 2021 7:39 pm
by liljohn650
hello,

I need the inner tie rod do you still have it? it is the driver side I need. let me know if you have it? Thanks

Re: Parting out a 2015 Leaf

Posted: Mon Jun 28, 2021 8:17 am
by jlv
FWIW, the OP has not been here since March 9.