In my opinion that is part of the Voltec 8 year 100,000 mile warranty. On the transxle side the ohm were not more 3 Mega ohm as specified in the manual. It would be odd to have an extended service contract since there's little to do etc. Simply touching a cell and the chassis may cause a shock. It took us around 12 hours and now the car is working fine. We removed the Invertor assembly for him and he did the rest for us.
Other isolation fault detection circuits operating on the same battery pack may interfere with each other and cause false readings. Water may condense on cold cables, battery terminals or other exposed connections and create a path for current to travel to the chassis or low voltage system. It did come on again later and I did the same thing. I just thought our 2011 had fallen for one of the cute 2016's in the employee parking lot and was heartbroken, lol. I've got 34,400 miles on my Volt. Any suggestions i will appreciate.
Anyone have any experience with this? While this error tends to indicate a real problem, there are certain situations that can cause a false positive. Sort of like having a computer technician from the Geek Squad apply the Windows update. I will keep u informed. Give us a call at 844-447-7487 for a quote or to set up an appointment. I wouldn't go just replacing parts, especially expensive parts. While not clear cut, personally I think it's fair.
The P3009 requires additional troubleshooting, depending on inf reported Eg inf 526 requires checking insulation. If the overall system is intentionally designed to be non-isolated, isolation fault detection should be disabled. Do you have an extended service contract or an extended warranty? Care must be taken to prevent personal injury and prevent shorting cells since a cell may be shorted to the chassis causing the chassis to be? Sort of like having a computer technician from the Geek Squad apply the Windows update. Using the megger with one end to body ground and the other end to each of the 3 pins, the insulation resistance should be 3 Mohm or higher. We opened the Invertor and we measured the insulation resistance for the 6 terminals from the transaxle. Tommorrow I am also taking to the toyota dealer for an another check.
And the cable showed continuity to the ground which it should not. Step 2 Check the instantaneous isolation? But i can drive normally if i reset the dtc. I think that the problem can be fixed with 2 balancing resistors between the battery + and - after the relays and ground. If you are outside these areas of Texas or in Louisiana we still may service your area. You should contact your Volt Advisor. I don't think there is such a thing as an extended warranty.
If isolation improves after removing a part, investigate the cause of isolation breakdown or replace the defective system. It's an expensive and complicated part to replace. It sounds like your dealership is incapable of performing proper diagnostics Toyota Europe offers a subscription to very detailed diagnostic procedures. However, not sure why both 526 and 613 would be set Each step requires additional diagnostics to rule them out. The battery energy control module runs an internal self check of this sensor circuit. I would like advise if I should be happy that I paid for this service or if it should have been covered by warranty.
There is really no danger from shock in the car, only under the hood near the invertor, if you hit a battery contact and the chassis. PriusChat is the one of the largest privately-owned car forums left on the internet. You're supposed to carefully check underneath for the condition of the hv cables. The map, info, ac button on the steering keypad is not working. Note: A false positive may be triggered if a large amount of capacitance is present between the battery pack and the low voltage system causing the signal to degrade. The codes were the same as my wife's White Diamond with the addition of the P1F0E code.
A breakdown in isolation can be caused by ruptured or leaking cells, high voltage cabling insulation that has rubbed off and come into contact with low voltage systems, condensation, use of non-isolated equipment, other causes or by an intentionally non-isolated design. I'd ask a Volt advisor. And I have an extended service contract. Resolving the issue: Step 1 Determine if the system is supposed to be isolated and if other isolation detection circuits are connected at the same time. Given how much I spent on the extended service contract I think you're doing well.