fbitz777 wrote:Yes but it would be better if we can get a number on labor and other costs...I don't think its only a few hours of work.
Also I assume that that price requires to send the "core" back? it would be nice to keep these as home backups even at
Teslas have many "modules" (24V,250AH) on Ebay from parts cars at a price of 250/kwh.
I've seen the instructions from Ford on how to replace the battery packs. The process looks pretty easy, just remove the old packs and install the new. One guy, maybe two with the right equipment could easily do it in a couple of hours.
Remember these are complete battery packs, not modules, and integral cooling system. There was no mention of the core at the Ford dealer or on the websites.