OEM Hybrid And Electric Vehicle Disable Search

2020 Honda Accord Hybrid

Click the links below for OEM repair information. (Note: additional purchase is required for a subscription to each OEM's repair information website.)

Yes No Not Identified
Scan Tool Required X
HV DVOM Required X

Accessing Disable Procedure

To find the Honda High-Voltage Disable Procedures:

  1. Go to techinfo.honda.com
  2. Enter username and password (top left corner of webpage)
  3. Click Login
  4. Click Service Info (top of webpage)
  5. Select Model from dropdown (top left corner of webpage)
  6. Select Year from dropdown (top left corner of webpage)
  7. Type Electric Powertrain Service Precautions in Type-In Keyword box (top left corner of webpage)
  8. Click Search
  9. Click Electric Powertrain Service Precautions blue text (middle of webpage)
  10. A new window opens
  11. Go to Turning Off and On Power to the High Voltage Circuit procedure within the document

Hybrid And Electric Vehicle Welding Best Practices

When welding on a hybrid vehicle or electric vehicle, follow the same precautions as when welding on a conventional vehicle. In addition, there are precautions to take with the high-voltage battery. As a best practice, disconnect both the 12 V battery and the high-voltage battery service disconnect. (Note: Always disable the high-voltage battery following the vehicle makers repair information and follow all safety precautions.)

Refinish Precautions

"High temperature may damage the battery module. When drying paint in a heated paint booth, make sure the temperature does not exceed 149°F (65°C)." (ambient temperature)

Additional Information

* This matrix does not currently contain all production vehicles sold in the United States. Please refer back to this page frequently for the most up-to-date information. The following OEM specific repair information was identified from the vehicle makers’ repair information. The contents are based on the information available from the vehicle maker. Updates and additions will be posted as they become available. To ensure that the most recent information is used, always refer to the vehicle maker's technical information when disabling and working on hybrid and electric vehicles.

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