Don wrote:But . . . . if you have experience in buying salvage title cars and putting them back on the road and making a profit you may be getting in over your head on this one unless you know an awful lot about EV's, which doesn't appear to be the case from your questions
If someone gave you this car for free, you might still spend more getting it running than you could resell it for - Good used running 2012's can be bought for $5K or less and many of the components in the drive system (motor, MCU etc) are very expensive and sometimes replacing the defective parts isn't all that needs to be done
Learn all you can and proceed with caution
Thank's a lot Don for your help. Your answer as so much wisdom
I did'nt want to make money out of this, most of all after selling the car we keep a certain responsability. It was just for the challenge and to learn more about E cars. That's why I began here.
I'm an electronic technician and I already worked in Mitsubishi components and they are not the easiest things to fix.
Yes I will think twice and more before going into this project. I could have used the batteries for the conversion of one of my antique cars as a plan B.