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2023 NISSAN ARIYA Emergency Response Guide
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Where does it say that fuse is for Vehicle to Home charging?The fuse diagram in 3-1.6 shows a 10A fuse for Vehicle-to-Home (not Vehicle-to-grid like the Leaf). This means a possible max output of 3.5kW for the Ariya for Vehicle-to-Home scenarios (66 kWh: 353V, 91 kWh: 352V) although nominal should be much less I guess.
Diagrams for the battery indicate that all models will have a 12V lead-acid battery under the hood. Models equipped with ProPilot 2.0 will have an Aux 12V Lithium battery in the trunk.On page 24 of 91 (i.e., page ERG–24) there is a fuse diagram. Check approximately in the center of the image and there you will see a fuse labelled "VEHICLE TO HOME 10A"
also, I’ve seen somewhere a diagram that shows the 12V battery to be located in the trunk and also Nissan image showing a user drawing with a pure sine inverter some 110-230V load from the vehicle. In summary, I believe the v2h load will come from wiring in the trunk … unless Nissan produces a v2h adapter in the future and draws the current directly from the charging port like the Ioniq 5. The fuses are for the moment in place …