So.......(from my question in another thread).......I did learn something here that I should have figured out anyway.......I would be wise to not plug in and start charging after just arriving home from exhausting the battery. Plug in and set to charge later when possible.
Anyone fiddled around with a system to increase battery cooling? Seems to me that it wouldn't have been too difficult for Ford to have run a vent to the battery that cools when A/C/ is on.
Anyone on here swapped batteries out? How big of a job is it? I see battery packs out of wrecked cars with 15k on them for $7-$800 that should still have lots of life in them. I didn't really buy the car to "save money". I simply like playing with the technology. Having something a little different. I know it would take forever to make that money back. That's not the point.
If I thought I could charge the batteries without a care for another 40K and then swap out to a low mileage replacement, I might be happy doing that.
I downloaded this in case I may need to swap the battery in the future. http://elvsolutions....moval_Final.pdf