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Emner - pexic

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Hello friends

I finnaly manage to remove the Energel battery from my Think
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I have to check it since I have to know if it can be repaired or replaced or...who knows.

I have to mention that, at this moment, I don't have the possibility to diagnose the car/battery but I'll read the forum and maybe I would manage to do that.

First impressions :

Some moisture shadow but nothing important as far I can see:
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Someone tried to repair the battery, some inside plastic screws are missing.
One of the 16 modules was replaced (see pcitures) also on this module the multi DIP-switch has a different configuration (see pictures).
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I've made some measurement to see if the cells can be saved or not, it seems that we are ok on this, all modules have exactly 43,5V except the "replaced" one who has 44,3V (see picture).
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Now I'm decided to diagnose the battery.

The car is not charging, however it connects ok to the 220V home network (power led is red and can bus led is blinking green)
These errors are reported in dash :
-red battery led is on (insufficient charge in 12V battery) -> but the battery is fully charged)
-limited power triagle is blinking
-warning lamp for low battery blinks rapidly

Thanks a lot in advance for your feedbacks/advices.

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Hello friends

Utill my friend will come and help me to remove the Enerdel defective battery I was starting to replace and relocate the 12V battery since I will need to connect/dissconect it quite often during the whole time while my Think will be restored/repaired in my garage.

I have AC so it was quite difficult to find a place for the new, smaller and only 5Kg, Lithium tithanate battery.

I found this temporarily solution :
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If this location will remain the final one then I have to think for some water protection.
Thanks for reading and for future feedback.

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