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Old 09-27-2012, 12:16 PM
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Default How to bypass HCH-II high voltage battery

Hi All,

I'm looking for a way to bypass the high voltage battery on my 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid. It seems that simply flipping the switch on the hybrid battery pack located in the backseat is not enough to bypass the hybrid battery and still be able to drive the car. I have reviewed the links that showed the procedure for bypassing the high voltage battery pack on 2003-2005 Honda Civic Hybrid, but the connector on the BCM (battery control module) is different for 2006 and up!

Any suggestions on how to bypass the high voltage battery while keeping the DC-DC converter charging the 12v battery?

Thanks,
Dev!
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Default Re: How to bypass HCH-II high voltage battery

Sorry, I don't know how. But I'm interested in why you want to do it. The car would be horribly underpowered without the battery pack.
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