Leaf ELE-Electric Engine (2011)
Power and Ground Distribution: Technical Service Bulletins
Vehicle - Product Service Information
Date: January 3, 2011
PRODUCT SERVICE INFORMATION
APPLIED VEHICLE: 2011 LEAF (ZEO)
This bulletin contains product service information and special handling procedures for the 2011 Nissan LEAF.
These vehicles contain high voltage Systems. In order to safely service the vehicle:
1. All technicians should complete Web-Based Training (e-Learning).
^ Introduction to EV Safety and Overview (EVTN9901A-OLT)
^ Introduction to EV Technologies (EVTN9902A-OLT)
2. In addition to the courses above, EV Specialists are required to complete the Nissan LEAF EV Technologies (EVTN9903A) and the accompanying
web-based post-test (EVTN9903A-PT).
3. Read and follow "CAUTIONS AS TO HIGH VOLTAGE" procedures in the Service Manual (GI Section).
Procedures detailed in this bulletin:
^ Reporting LEAF Incidents to Nissan TECH LINE
^ Charging/Testing a LEAF 12-Volt Battery
^ Diagnostic Troubleshooting When Using CONSULT-III Plus
^ Sending Data Recorded with CONSULT-III Plus to TECH LINE
REPORTING LEAF INCIDENTS TO THE NISSAN TECH LINE
^ For the initial launch of LEAF, you MUST call the Nissan TECH LINE to report the details of each incident involving the following:
Li-ion Battery Pack Assembly
High Voltage Systems
HVAC (e-compressor, PTC Heater)
^ Dealers will be notified by a follow-up bulletin when calls to TECH LINE are no longer required.
^ When calling the TECH LINE, listen for the appropriate LEAF-related prompt.
^ DTCs with the accompanying Freeze Frame (FF) Data should always be collected for TECH LINE reporting purposes.