Kia Sportage: High Voltage Battery / Charging the High Voltage Battery

Lincoln Corsair Owners Manual / High Voltage Battery / Charging the High Voltage Battery

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING: Do not use the dual-voltage charging cord in commercial garages.

WARNING: This equipment has arcing or sparking parts. Do not expose to flammable vapors. Position this equipment at least 18 in (450 mm) above the floor.

RISK OF FIRE or ELECTRIC SHOCK

WARNING: The AC wall plug must fit firmly into the AC outlet. If the connection feels loose, worn or the AC outlet is damaged, please have a qualified electrician replace the AC outlet. Using a dual-voltage charging cord with a worn outlet may cause burns, property damage and increase the risk of electric shock or fire.

WARNING: Do not use the dual-voltage charging cord with an extension cord, two-prong adapter, surge protector, timer or other adapter. Failure to follow this instruction could result in electric shock or fire.

WARNING: Do not allow charging equipment to be immersed in water or liquids. Failure to follow this warning could result in fire, electric shock, or serious personal injury or death.

WARNING: Do not attempt to open the charging equipment. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury, fire, electric shock, death or property damage.

WARNING: Do not use the charging equipment if it is faulty or has been damaged. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury, fire, electric shock, death or property damage.

WARNING: You risk death, fire, or serious injury to yourself and others if you do not follow the instruction highlighted by the warning symbol.

WARNING: Install charging equipment in compliance with local regulations. Failure to follow this warning could result in fire, electric shock, serious personal injury or death.

WARNING: Do not use an ungrounded wall outlet. If you suspect that the wall outlet is not properly grounded, have a qualified electrician inspect the wall outlet. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury, fire, electric shock, or death.

WARNING: Do not modify the dual-voltage charging cord plug. If the dual-voltage charging cord plug does not properly fit into the wall outlet, have a qualified electrician install the correct wall outlet. Failure to follow this instruction could result in personal injury, fire, electric shock, or death.

OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

Read all the instructions before using this product.

Supervise this device when in use around children.

Do not put fingers into the electric vehicle connector.

Do not use this product if the flexible power cord or electric vehicle cable has broken insulation, or any other signs of damage.

Do not use this product if the enclosure or the electric vehicle connector is broken, cracked, open, or shows any other indication of damage.

Note: Ground this product. If it malfunctions or breaks down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product comes with a cord having an equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. Make sure you plug it into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

Charging Equipment

Your vehicle has a dual-voltage charging cord in the luggage compartment.

Note: You need to plug the dual-voltage charging cord into a dedicated outlet.

Note: Firmly fit the AC wall plug into the AC outlet. If the connection feels loose, worn or the AC outlet is damaged, please have a qualified electrician replace the AC outlet. Using a dual-voltage charging cord with a worn outlet could cause burns, property damage and increase the risk of electric shock.

Note: Do not use the dual-voltage charging cord with an extension cord, two-prong adapter, surge protector, timer or other adapter.

Note: If charging for your plug-in vehicle fails, please call the Customer Relationship Center, or click on Call for support or Live Chat at our website.

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE

Use a three-prong AC outlet that is properly grounded, 15-20 amps or greater, and in good condition. Use a dedicated line. You cannot have other appliances connected to the same circuit. If you do not use a dedicated circuit, the circuit breaker could trip or open. If you do not have a dedicated circuit, contact a licensed professional electrician for proper installation.

Note: Make sure the electrical source meets the requirements for the high-voltage batteries to charge.

Make sure that the dual-voltage charging cord is completely unwrapped before charging. Always plug the cord into the AC outlet before connecting the charged coupler into the charge port on your vehicle.

Note: If the power indicator light is off after plugging in the dual-voltage charging cord and you cannot determine a charge status, use a different outlet.

Note: Store the dual-voltage charging cord in a clean dry place between the temperature of -39.9–157.9°F (-40–70°C)

Note: For further information on the dual-voltage charging cord, please refer to the user manual provided with the dual-voltage charging cord.

Charge Port

The charge port is between the front left-hand side door and the front left-hand wheel well. To open, press the center right edge of the charge port door, and then release.

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Note: Do not force the charge port door open or closed. Forcing the door open or closed damages the charge port.

The charge status indicator around the charge port indicates the charge status of the high voltage battery in your vehicle.

Divided into five zones, the charge status indicator displays the state of charge in 20 percent increments.

We use the color white as a courtesy light to help with plugging in and to acknowledge actions such as plugging in, unplugging or pressing the charge times button.

Blue is used when you plug the vehicle in and are either charging or waiting to charge.

Orange indicates charge faults.

Charge Times Button

Use the charge times button to either turn off or turn on your charge times settings for this location. Select charge settings on the home page of your touchscreen or under the vehicle settings menu to access charge preferences.

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Charging

Lincoln Corsair. Charging the High Voltage Battery

To charge the high-voltage battery:

  1. Put the vehicle in park (P).
  2. Press the center right edge of the charge port door and then release to open the door.
  3. Plug the charging coupler into the charge port receptacle on your vehicle. Make sure the button clicks confirming that you have completely engaged the coupler.

    Note: Put your vehicle in park (P) to charge, and for the charge status indicator to illuminate.

    Note: Pump and fan noise could be present when charging the high voltage battery. The pump and fan noise is normal as it circulates liquid and keeps your high voltage battery cool while charging.

    Lincoln Corsair. Charging the High Voltage Battery

  4. Verify that the cord acknowledgment feature activates. This indicates the beginning of a normal charge cycle. The charge status indicator lights up each zone alternately from bottom to top and from bottom to top again.
  5. If using a charging station, follow the instructions on the charge station to begin the charging process.

The charge status indicator displays how far along the charge is:

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  1. 80%-100% state of charge.
  2. 60%-80% state of charge.
  3. 40%-60% state of charge.
  4. 20%-40% state of charge.
  5. 0%-20% state of charge.

Note: When charging stops, the charge status indicator shows all the completed zones solidly lit up in a blue color for 30 seconds before turning off. For example, if charging stops at 70 percent, then the bottom three zones light up solidly to indicate a battery charge level of at least 60 percent but less than 80 percent. Charging stops when complete or when paused due to preferred charge settings or charge station actions.

Note: If the charge status indicator does not light up or pulse after plugging in, please verify that the charge port light setting is On. If you do not wish to have the charge status indicator light up at all while charging, then you can switch it Off. See charge port light under vehicle settings on your touchscreen.

Lincoln Corsair. Charging the High Voltage Battery

Note: You can identify charging faults by the color orange on the charge status indicator. Faults can occur within the vehicle charging system or outside the vehicle, such as with the charge cord, charge station or electrical supply.

Note: If the system detects a fault in the vehicle charging system at any point in a charge cycle, the entire charge status indicator lights up solidly in an orange color for 30 seconds and then turns off. If this happens, unplug the charging coupler and then plug it back into the charge port receptacle. If the problem persists, have your vehicle checked as soon as possible.

Note: If the system detects a fault outside the vehicle, such as with the charge station or charge cord, the entire charge status indicator flashes continuously for 30 seconds and then turns off. If this happens, check the charge cord and the charge station or electrical supply.

Locking the Charging Coupler

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Note: You need a padlock or a combination lock with a shackle diameter of 0.2 in (5 mm) or less, and the straight portion of the shackle of 1.0 in (25.4 mm) of length or more.

  1. Insert the lock through the hole in the charging coupler button.
  2. Lock the padlock or combination lock.

Waiting to Charge

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Note: Select charge settings on the home page of the touchscreen or under the vehicle settings menu to access charge preferences.

Charging may not begin upon plugging in if you have set up preferred charge times for this vehicle location. Your vehicle could delay charging to take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. Your vehicle optimizes the charge schedule to be complete by your next departure time.

When waiting to charge, plugged in and not currently charging, the charge status indicator shows the present state of charge of the high voltage battery by lighting up all completed zones for 30 seconds before turning off. For example, if the battery is at 70 percent charge then the bottom three zones solidly light up to indicate a battery charge level of at least 60 percent but less than 80 percent. When the current state of charge is less than 20 percent, none of the zones light up.

Note: When your vehicle is waiting to charge, the charge status indicator turns off 30 seconds after displaying the present state of charge. When your vehicle begins charging, the charge status indicator turns on and displays the status of the charge, as described above.

Disconnecting the Charging Coupler

  1. If you have installed a padlock or combination lock, then remove it.
  2. Press the button on the charging coupler.
  3. While holding the button, remove the charging coupler from the charge port receptacle.

    Lincoln Corsair. Charging the High Voltage Battery

  4. Press the center right edge of the charge port door to close.

Note: Do not pull the wall plug from the wall when your vehicle is charging. Doing so could damage the outlet and the cord.

MOVING AND STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Make sure that you completely wrap the dual-voltage charging cord after charging.

When complete, replace the dual-voltage charging cord in the luggage compartment.

Note: Do not hold the dual-voltage charging cord by the flexible power cable.

Note: Store the dual-voltage charging cord in a clean, dry place between the temperature of -39.9–157.9°F (-40–70°C).

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