Butter your popcorn and get ready for the first YouTube video showing the reassembly of a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Battery!0:00 Introduction0:57 Battery tray1:38 MUST-SEE: Battery tray weight 2:35 Battery tray inspection plug 3:20 Battery center of gravity mark 4:20 The red shop stools5:39 The cooling plates6:43 The bus bars, BECM, low and high voltage harness 7:23 Battery disconnect relay assembly 8:20 Battery sections9:35 Insulation pads 10:30 Lower cooling plate 11:18 Thermal pads 19:48 Battery tubes 20:47 X3 connector housing 21:16 Cooling manifolds 22:38 Safety zone 23.00 Don't freak out! 40 Volts will not hurt you 24:00 Battery section 1 25:27 Battery module 1 with cell groups 1-10 26:35 Battery module 10 with cell groups 87-96 26:56 How the battery modules are connected together 28:57 Battery section 5, module 5, details 31:36 What is a cell group? 32:24 How the Battery Energy Control Module (BECM) monitors cell voltages 32:42 Special tool to measure cell voltages 33:37 MUST-SEE: Battery section 5, module 5, side cover removal 34:45 MUST-SEE: Closeup views of cell group connections 35:21 Cell group direct voltage measurement 35:40 How cell groups are electrically connected 36:56 Cell group voltage measurement with a special tool 38:50 MUST-SEE: Can you take the battery module further apart? 41:24 Installing battery section 1 43:43 Battery section dimensions 44:23 Installing battery section 2 45:25 Installing battery section 3 46:34 Installing battery section 4 48:06 Attaching the battery sections to the battery tray 50:23 Battery section 4 voltage cell sensing harnesses 51:37 Battery section 5 lower support brackets 53.20 Battery section 5 insulation pad 53.36 Battery section 5 cooling plate and hose clamps 54.54 Battery section 5 57.53 Battery section 5 upper support brackets59:30 Time for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 1:00:17 MUST-SEE: Installation of high voltage bus bars 1:03:36 Overall battery negative and positive terminals 1:04:57 Low voltage wiring harness and temperature sensors 1:07:00 Interlock circuit at the service disconnect lever connector 1:08:18 High voltage cell voltage sensing harnesses 1:09:34 MUST-SEE: BECM details 1.13.05 MUST-SEE: BECM installation 1:20:01 MUST-SEE: Battery relay assembly components and operation 1.33.24 MUST-SEE: Battery relay assembly operation 1:38:26 Cooling system leak check 1:40:52 Installation of the battery relay assembly1:44:23 X3 Connector installation1:44:57 X4 Charge connector installation1.47.12 MUST-SEE: Battery system overview2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV 350.4V Li-Ion Battery Reassembly - A Youtube first!Weber State University (WSU) - Department of Automotive Technology - Ardell Brown Technology Wing - Transmission Lab. This is the third is a series of videos on the Chevrolet Bolt EV. This episode covers the reassembly of the 57 kWh 350.4 volt 162.7 Ah battery from a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. The components are shown and operation will be similar to many other electric vehicles.This video helps cover content related to the 2017 National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) Master Automobile Service Technology (MAST) Standard task 1.A.9 "Identify service precautions related to service of the internal combustion engine of a hybrid vehicle."W.S.U is a leader in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle education. This topic is taught as part of our 4-year bachelor's degree program. For information on joining the Weber Automotive program, visit: http://www.weber.edu/automotiveThis video was created and edited by Professor John D. Kelly at WSU. For a full biography, see http://www.weber.edu/automotive/J_Kelly.htmlWatch the video from the start until time frame 22.38 and answer the following questions:1. What is the purpose of the battery tray inspection plug?2. How many cooling plates are there?3. How many coolant transfer hoses are there at the back of the battery?4. Why are the battery thermal mats covered with plastic?5. What is the purpose of the black pads at the bottom of the battery housing6. How are the battery sections connected to the thermal mats?