2.0 battery disconnect

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What do you have to do disconnect battery power to install lighting and winch. I know to remove negative terminal on the 12v battery but is there anything I have to do with the 48v battery pack?





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It looks like that link is for the 3.6, not the 2.0. I too am curious if the 48v battery needs to be disconnected before doing modifications (like taking the dash apart to paint the panels).
 

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Disconnect the 12v, see if the lights work or turn it to assesory to see if the radio works. If not you're probably ok.
 

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Disconnect the regular battery and go about your business. The other system is isolated and behind management systems which you won’t be tampering with.
 
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Disconnect the regular battery and go about your business. The other system is isolated and behind management systems which you won’t be tampering with.
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