tinoale
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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Sat Apr 27, 2019 12:44 pm

Hi!

I am most likely going to proceed with a CMU board replacement.

I have noted GREAT information here, thanks.

I have not found any indication regarding the bolts torque one should apply, does anyone has some indication regarding those ?


AleksM
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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Tue May 21, 2019 9:26 pm

mistaken, Replaced 8 cells.

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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Fri May 24, 2019 9:17 pm

AleksM, glad the transplant worked. Congratulations, although I didn't quite understand if it was successful or not.

On another note, does anyone know if the Mitsubishi Highlander (edit: mean to say Outlander :oops: ) PHEV cells are the same as those used in the i-MiEV (or iOn or C-Zero)?
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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Fri May 24, 2019 11:39 pm

Do you mean the Outlander ?

If so no they’re not the same they’re LEV40 which are a smaller capacity and physical size.
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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Sat May 25, 2019 10:07 am

DBMandrake wrote:Do you mean the Outlander ?
Yes, my bad :oops:
DBMandrake wrote:If so no they’re not the same they’re LEV40 which are a smaller capacity and physical size.
Thank you, didn't know that.
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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Sun May 26, 2019 12:16 am

JoeS wrote:On another note, does anyone know if the Mitsubishi Highlander (edit: mean to say Outlander :oops: )

There can be only one!

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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Wed May 29, 2019 12:27 am

JoeS wrote:AleksM, glad the transplant worked. Congratulations, although I didn't quite understand if it was successful or not.




transplantation is successful , but until the voltage equalizes the cells, the capacity is not recalculated

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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Wed May 29, 2019 3:56 am

AleksM wrote:
JoeS wrote:AleksM, glad the transplant worked. Congratulations, although I didn't quite understand if it was successful or not.




transplantation is successful , but until the voltage equalizes the cells, the capacity is not recalculated

You'll need to run the battery calibration procedure in Diagbox for the car to recognise an increase in usable cell capacity after replacing faulty cells.

Although it may eventually make an adjustment itself, it could take a few thousand miles of driving before it does so.
- Simon

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Re: Single LEV50-cell wanted for our Citroen C-Zero

Tue Jul 23, 2019 11:28 am

Hello,

again: one cell does not reach end of charge cell voltage anymore.

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Is there someone out able to sell me a LEV50 cell?

Best regards,
Martin
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