2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid ERG

Quick Review.  Below is a quick overview of the 2013 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi. The emergency response procedures for the Fusion Hybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles are similar to those for traditional gasoline-powered vehicles with the addition of special considerations for the high-voltage electric system components.

The Fusion Hybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles use a conventional gasoline
engine in addition to an electric motor to power the vehicle.

  • Gasoline is stored in a traditional fuel tank.
  • Electricity is stored in a high-voltage battery pack.

For additional information review the 2013 Fusion MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response Guide.

2013 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ Hybrid

Extrication Safety EGR Ford 2013 Fusion Hybrid

Component Location/ Description Function
1 High-Voltage Battery Approximately 300-Volts DC
  • Lies flat in the trunk area, located behind the rear seat.
  • Sealed lithium battery.
Provides high-voltage storage for vehicle’s electric motor.
2 12-Volt Battery
  • Located in the trunk area of the vehicle
  • Typical automotive 6-cell lead/acid design.
Provides 12-volts for vehicle accessories.
3 High-Voltage Service Disconnect
  • Located behind the rear seatback
  • Orange rectangle with a molded plastic handle, about 100 mm (4 in) in length.
Provides means to disconnect high-voltage battery for safely servicing vehicle.
4 High-Voltage Wiring
  • Runs along the vehicle’s floorpan from the high-voltage battery to the Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transaxle (ECVT), to the DC-to-DC converter and then to the electric A/C and heater units.
  • All high-voltage wiring has orange-colored insulation.
Provides physical connection between high-voltage battery and vehicle’s high-voltage equipment.
5 Transmission Control Module
  • Located above the transmission.
  • Contains controlling electronics for managingpropulsion.
Provides rotational force during Electrical Drive Modes. Generates 3-phase AC high-voltage electricity via two cables to and from the traction motor and generator.
6 Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transaxle (ECVT)
  • Transverse-mounted design,
    similar to the non-Hybrid
    Fusion MKZ vehicles
Provides rotational force to the wheels for vehicle propulsion and transmits rotational force to the engine’s generator to recharge batteries.
7 Electric A/C Compressor
  • Located in front of the engine.
  • It has an orange high-voltage wire attached to it using an interlock connector.
Provides electric A/C operation; replaces the belt driven A/C compressor.

2013 Ford Fusion Energi

Extrication Safety EGR Ford 2013 Fusion Energi

Component Location/ Description Function
1 High-Voltage Service Disconnect
  • Located behind the rear seat back.
  • Orange rectangle with a molded plastic handle, about 100 mm (4 in) in length.
Provides means to high-voltage battery for safely servicing vehicle.
2 High-Voltage Battery Approximately 300 Volts DC
  • Lies flat in the trunk area,located behind the rear seat.
  • Sealed lithium battery.
Provides high-voltage storage for vehicle’s electric motor.
3 110-Volt Cordset
  • Located in the trunk area ofthe vehicle.
Provides 110v charging option to the high-voltage battery when connected to the charging port .
4 12-Volt Battery
  • Located in the trunk area of the vehicle.
  • Typical automotive 6-cell lead/acid design.
Provides 12-volts for vehicle accessories.
5 High-Voltage Wiring
  • Runs along the vehicle’s floorpan from the high-voltage battery to the Electronically Controlled Continuously
    Variable Transaxle (ECVT), to the DC-to-DC converter and then to the electric A/C and heater units.
  • All high-voltage wiring has orange-colored insulation.
Provides physical connection between High-Voltage battery and vehicle’s High-Voltage equipment.
6 Charging Port
  • Located on the driver side fender.
Provides 110v charging option to the high-voltage battery when the vehicle is not in operation .
7 Transmission Control Module
  • Located above the transmission.
  • Contains controlling electronics for managing propulsion.
Provides rotational force during Electrical Drive Modes. Generates 3-phase AC High Voltage electricity via two cables to and
from the traction motor and
generator.
8 Electronically Controlled Continuously Variable Transaxle (ECVT)
  • Transverse-mounted design, similar to the non-Hybrid Fusion MKZ vehicles.
Provides rotational force to the wheels for vehicle propulsion and transmits rotational force to the engine’s generator to recharge batteries.
9 Electric A/C Compressor
  • Located in front of the engine.
  • It has an orange high voltage wire attached to it using an interlock connector.
Provides electric A/C operation; replaces the belt driven A/C compressor.
10 Electric Heater
  • Located in the engine compartment on the passenger side.
Provides passenger compartment with heat without the need to turn the engine on.

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