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2012 Nissan Leaf Lithium Ion Electric Vehicle Battery - 7.6v / 64ah - 53k Miles on

US $119.00

Terry, Montana, United States

Terry, Montana, United States
Condition:Used Chemistry:Lithium Manufacturer Part Number:N/A Brand:Nissan UPC:Does not apply

One (1) 7.6V / 64Ah lithium ion battery module, removed from a 2012 Nissan Leaf with 53,000 miles.

Terminal screws included. Spacers and bus bars are also included with orders of 2+ units.

Battery capacity is approximately 0.5 kilowatt-hours.

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