Mechanics

HYBRID

2012 Honda Jazz • 4 cylinder 2WD Automatic •

Hi

I want know:
1. Can I disconnect the battery that the electric
engine use.
if I do so will the car run ok?
will this make a problems with the car
computer
2. How easy it to disconnect the battery do I
need to open a lot of covers or is it simple
to get to and disconnect it.
3. Can I disconnect the battery or do I need to
go to the garage to do it?
4. Can you tell me where are the battery location
and how do I get to it\ or if there is a fuse
that I can disconnect
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Tamir
May 20, 2011.



Why do you want to disconnect the batteries?

KHLow2008
May 20, 2011.
I have a problme with the radiation the car emit
and in any case as this is my car I can do what I want so I just need you to answer my questions.

Tiny
Tamir
May 20, 2011.
It is not as simple as disconnecting the battery. The hybrid vehicle uses both systems to maximise fuel effficency and they work together. The batteries used for the electric motor are high voltage and should only be handled by an trained technician. If you are experiencing more heat than normal inside the passenger cabin, take your vehicle to the dealer for inspection immediately.

2CarPros Mike
May 25, 2011.
I really don't get what is so hard to give me an answer to my questions
as for way I want to do this is my business

all I am asking from you is your technical info and not to get an advise if I should do it or not or way I want to do it

1. Can I disconnect the battery that the electric
engine use.(How to do it is there a fuse that I can take out or
do I need to physical disconnect one of the battery's cable.
And in any of this cases where is this fuse if any or the
battery's (what panel do I need to open to do it)
if I do so will the car run ok?

2. If I will do it will this make a problems with the car
computer (will the car run or not)?

Please give me an answer and not avoid me with a question.

Yours

Tamir

Tiny
Tamir
May 25, 2011.
You can turn the IMA off if you wish to. Vehicle would stil run.

TURNING OFF AND ON POWER TO THE HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUIT

1. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0), then remove the ignition key.
2. Remove the rear seat-back.
3. Remove the battery module switch lid from the battery module.
4. Turn the battery module switch OFF, then check that the bolt is
showing.

KHLow2008
May 25, 2011.