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Removing all the electric parts from my 2013 smart fortwo ed to swap in a motorcycle engine. I have everything from the ac motor, charger, control modules, various hoses etc. If you need anything feel free to make an offer letting everything go cheap.
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Why did you give up on the ED? Did you have problems ... or expenses?
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Bought the car from a repo auction about a month ago with the intention to swap a Ducati 1200 motor into it. When I picked it up the 12v battery was dead and the high voltage battery would not charge. When I opened up the battery I found one of the cells at 0v, the other 92 were all 3v+, not sure why one cell failed it the way it did. Can't really give much more insight into the car. Unfortunately it only had 14k miles on it, but the value isn't there to buy a new HV battery for it and Mercedes is unwilling to help especially now that smart is pulling out of the US.
 

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any chance you could get me the part numbers off of the springs, I keep ordering them and they send me coils of a gas unit even though I am specifically ordering off electric model 2013 to be specific.
 

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There was a post not too long ago about a source for those plaques/stickers. I did a quick search in the electric forum, but couldn't find it. I know on mine I reattached them with double sided tape as they were coming loose. You can probably get them from a dealer for a few bucks, but I haven't checked that.

Len
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2014 EV Cabriolet 19,500 miles
 
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