Securing Nissan brick for airport or other public charging

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Securing Nissan brick for airport or other public charging

Mensagempor ruimegas » 04 mar 2013, 23:17

Securing Nissan brick for airport or other public charging

Onde é que eu já vi uma cena destas...terá sido com o Filipe ;)

"OK I have not seen this yet so here is my method:

Lay the brick behind the battery

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Lay the coiled cord toward the front

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Insert J connector and lay the cord snug in the front corner along the weatherstrip

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Draw the extension cord same along the other side and close the hood

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Side view ready to plug in

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The extension cord shown I believe was #16 wire. After close to an hour the wire was fine but the connectors became very hot. It is an old cord and probably worn connectors. My #12 wire extension cord fit the slot just fine so I have to recommend the heavier cord. I have used this HD cord for 6 hours continuous with no heat issues."

Em: http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=7587
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Re: Securing Nissan brick for airport or other public chargi

Mensagempor pemifer » 17 ago 2016, 19:35

Os meus cabos são demasiado grossos para isto.
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http://www.nissanleafpt.com/viewtopic.php?f=56&t=5332&p=77646#p77638
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