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Old 09-19-2018, 01:41 PM   #20 (permalink)
TimV
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SUVcruiser - '07 Ssangyong Kyron 2.0 XDI
90 day: 42.55 mpg (US)

SUVcruiser year 2017 - '07 Ssangyong Kyron 2.0XDI
90 day: 42.55 mpg (US)

Hybridcruiser 2018 - '13 Volvo V60 plug in hybrid
Plug-in Hybrids
90 day: 61.11 mpg (US)
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Originally Posted by HaroldinCR View Post
Just an assumption that you are questioning the Volvo hybrid in this thread ?

The voltage is 400. If you can locate the inverter that drives the motor, that will show the HV cables.

About the extra cells that you want to solder together, if this is what you mean, I would vote against soldering and get a resistance welder that spot welds nickle strips to the cells, quickly, without heating the cells, which will have very detrimental effects on the cells.

If you are not sure about the inverter location, respond here and I will do some research for that location. I will also try to find a printout of the cables exiting the battery for the Volvo hybrid ? Does this image help you ?

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/F...nd_battery.jpg
Ive had my trunk dismanteld to the level of the pics ive posted. So far i did not had enough evidence to point out the main leads. I have filmed it and hope to upload it tomorrow.

This here is pioneerwork. This is never been done before. So not an easy task.

Hope it will work out.
Going to contact Volvo to hopefully get some help.
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Previous car. SUV. From 2011+ 10l/100km to 2017 5,516l/100km.
2017 without holiday: 5,397l/100km
EPA Rated average: 8,1l/100km

Current ride: plug in 285hp hybrid
EPA Rated average: 2,8l/100km
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