2021 Mustang Mach E GT Battery and Cooling System Service

From WeberAuto.

See how to remove and install a battery module, install the battery, and service the cooling systems of a 2021 Ford Mustang Mach E GT. This video is the fifth in a series about the high voltage battery of a Mustang Mach-E GT.

*Notice. Ford’s EV batteries are designed to be supported by a 60”x30” or larger lifting table. using a smaller lift table can cause internal battery damage.

0:00 Start
0:08 Introduction
1:06 Disconnecting the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM)
3:44 Disconnecting the electrical connectors from the junction block
4:14 disconnect wire harness brackets and voltage sensing lines
6:22 Disconnecting the coolant hoses
9:45 Remove the bus bars
11:53 Removing the battery module hold-down brackets and bolts
13:54 installing the battery module lifting tools (414-016)
15:58 Stabilizing the battery housing in preparation for weight removal
17:36 Connecting the crane and lifting bar to the lifting tools
18:15 MUST SEE: lifting out two battery modules
19:34 See the battery modules and cooling plate
20:20 See the bottom of the cooling plate
21:05 See the battery tray alignment dowels
21:40 MUST SEE: Thermal compound installation templates
24:23 MUST SEE: Three-minute time-lapse of battery reassembly and installation*
27:12 See the cooling system vacuum refill procedure
39:06 MUST SEE: The Scan Tool BECM Coolant Filling and Bleeding Procedure
47:54 Video Summary

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