OEM Hybrid And Electric Vehicle Disable Search


2009 Dodge Durango

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Accessing Disable Procedure

To find the Dodge High-Voltage Disable Procedures:

  1. Go to www.techauthority.com
  2. Enter username and password (right side the webpage)
  3. Click Login
  4. Click Yes (in pop up box)
  5. Enter the the VIN or select from the Dropdown Menu (across top of the webpage)
  6. In the search criteria box, type Power Down (below the year and model search bar)
  7. Click Search (underneath the search criteria box)
  8. A pop up window will open
  9. Once the page loads a list will appear on the right side of the page
  10. Click on the link that says Battery System Standard Procedure (High Voltage Power Down)




Hybrid And Electric Vehicle Welding Best Practices

When welding on an HEV or EV, 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

"When a paint booth bake cycle is used at the body shop, be certain the maximum temperature of the bake cycle does not exceed 74°C (165°F) and must be for no longer than a 1 hour maximum. If the paint booth temperature is more than 74°C (165°F) have the Li-ion Battery removed from the vehicle by the certified Electric Vehicle dealer and then deliver the vehicle to body shop. Failure to remove the Li-ion Battery prior to subjecting it to temperatures above 74°C (165°F) could result in Li-ion Battery damage and shorter life. It is highly recommended that a non-conductive heat shield is placed on the battery pack to protect against potential heat, structural integrity or electrical damage."


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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