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FCS-15129-17 EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE2017FUSION HYBRIDMKZ HYBRIDFUSION ENERGIFCS-15129-17 1 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response Guide Table of Contents FOREWORD .................................................................................................. Page 2VIN Layout .............................................................................................Page 5HYBRID VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION ............................................................ Pages 3-4HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT FEATURES ........................ Page 6HIGH-VOLTAGE WARNING DECALS ........................................................... Page 7HYBRID COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION ........................ Pages 8-9HIGH-VOLTAGE SERVICE DISCONNECT.................................................... Page 13HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY PACK ................................................................ Pages 16-17Follow Existing Training and Incident Commander Direction .........Page 18APPROACHING A DAMAGED HIGH-VOLTAGE VEHICLE ......................... Pages 18-21Approaching a Damaged Vehicle ........................................................Page 19If The High-Voltage Battery Case Has Been Ruptured ......................Page 20Moving Damaged Vehicles - Wrecker Drivers ....................................Page 20Special Note To Salvage Yards ...........................................................Page 20High Voltage System - Do Not Cut Zones ..........................................Page 21DAMAGED VEHICLE GUIDANCE FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY ELECTRIC AND HYBRID-ELECTRIC VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERIES ........................................................................ Pages 22-24ENERGI COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION ........................ Pages 10-12Fusion Hybrid .......................................................................................Pages 13-14Fusion Energi ........................................................................................Pages 15-16FCS-15129-17 2 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideFOREWORD 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. Gasolineisstoredinatraditionalfueltank. Electricityisstoredinahigh-voltagebatterypack.The combination of a gasoline engine and electric motor provides for improved performance (V6 performance with a 4-cylinder engine and electric motor), reduced emissions and improved fuel economy. The Fusion Hybrid and MKZ Hybrid high-voltage systems are self contained, never needing to be plugged into an electrical outlet for recharging. The Fusion Energi high-voltage system can be plugged into an electric outlet for recharging to optimize the vehicles extended electrical range. Both vehicle systems incorporate a generator that charges the high-voltage battery during cruisingandbraking.The information in this guide will allow response to emergencies involving the Fusion Hybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles to be as safe as non-hybrid vehicles. The Fusion Hybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles have been designed with many safety features for your protection. These features help provide safe access to the vehicle under various conditions; however, when approaching a high-voltage vehicle in afire,rescueorrecoverysituation,alwaysfollowoneindustrystandardrule:ALWAYS ASSUME THE VEHICLES HIGH-VOLTAGE SYSTEM IS POWERED UP !FCS-15129-17 3 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideNOTE:FusionEnergishown.HYBRID VEHICLE IDENTIFICATIONTheFusionHybridvehiclescaneasilybeidentifiedbytheHybridbadgeslocatedon theleftandrightfrontdoors.ThereisaHybridnameplateonthetrunklid(located ontherighthandside)thatalsoincludesthegreenleaf/bluehighwayHybridicon.Hybrid/Energi nameplate and iconontrunklid.Hybrid/Energi nameplate with Hybrid icon on front doors.TheFusionEnergivehiclescaneasilybeidentifiedbytheEnergibadgeslocatedontheleftandrightdoors.ThereisaEnerginameplateonthetrunklid(locatedonthe lefthandside)thatalsoincludesthegreenleaf/bluehighwayHybridicon.FCS-15129-17 4 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHYBRID VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION - CONTINUEDTheMKZHybridvehiclescaneasilybeidentifiedbythe2.0Hbadgelocatedonthe trunklid.MKZHybrid2.0Hnameplateontrunklid.FCS-15129-17 5 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideFusion Hybrid FWDTheFusionHybridandMKZHybridvehicleshaveauniqueengineappearancecoverwitharaisedHYBRID(orHYBRIDENERGIforEnergivehicles)icon.UniqueHybridengineappearancecover with raised lettering and icon NOTE: Fusion/MKX Hybrid shown, Fusion Energi similar.The5th,6thand7thdigitsoftheVehicleIdentificationNumber(VIN)identifytheHybrid vehicle line.VIN POSITIONS5, 6 and 7 VEHICLEP0L Fusion SE Full HybridL2L MKZ Hybrid Full HybridP0P Fusion SE Energi Plug-in HybridP0R Fusion Titanium Full HybridP0S FusionTitaniumEnergiPlugInHybridFCS-15129-17 6 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideWARNING: ELECTRIC VEHICLES DAMAGED BY A CRASH MAY HAVE COMPROMISED HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY SYSTEMS AND PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. ISOLATE THE HV SYSTEM AS DIRECTED BY THE FORD EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE FOR THE VEHICLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT FEATURESThe following list describes certain features that have been incorporated into the Fusion Hybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles that allow for either simple or automatic shut off of the high-voltage electrical systems.High-VoltageFuseIntheeventofahigh-voltageshortcircuit,thehigh-voltage fuse will open, disabling the high-voltage system.High-VoltageInterlockCircuitWheneverahigh-voltageconnectorisdisconnected,thehigh-voltageinterlockcircuitopensanddisablesthehigh-voltagesystem.IgnitionKeyintheOFFPositionAnytimethe12-voltsystemisturnedoff(ignition lockcylinderisintheOFFposition),thehigh-voltagesystemisdisabled.High-VoltageServiceDisconnectWheneverthehigh-voltageservicedisconnect (locatedbehindtherearseatback)isremoved,thehigh-voltagesystemisdisabled.Foradditionalinformation,refertoPage10inthismanual.ThermalSensorsIntheeventthebatteryisexposedtoextremehotambient conditions and/or is being driven extremely aggressively with compromised cooling, power limits will be employed to prevent overheating. However, if the battery is in use and does become too hot, contactors will be opened and the vehicle will shut down. Insomeinstances,iftheignitionkeyisleftintheONposition,thiscouldcausethe high-voltagebatterytemperaturetoexceed60C(140F);ifthistemperatureis reached, the thermal sensors located near the high-voltage battery will automatically disable the high-voltage battery.FCS-15129-17 7 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHIGH-VOLTAGE WARNING DECALSOnHybridandEnergivehicles,WARNINGdecalsarelocatedoncomponentsinthe high-voltage system throughout the vehicle. Please see example below.FCS-15129-17 8 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHYBRID COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATIONTheillustrationbelowanditsdefiningchartonPage9,providethelocation,descriptionand basic function of the Hybrid system components.NOTE:Allhigh-voltagewiresandharnessesarewrappedinorange-coloredinsulation.NOTE:FusionHybridshown,MKZHybridsimilar.1245673FCS-15129-17 9 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHYBRID COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION - CONTINUEDCOMPONENT LOCATION / DESCRIPTION FUNCTION1 High-voltage battery approximately300VoltsDCLocatedinthecargoarea,behind the rear seat.Sealed lithium battery.Provides high-voltage storage for the vehicles electric motor.2 12-Voltbattery Locatedinthetrunkarea.Typical automotive 6-cell lead/acid design.Provides12-voltsforvehi-cle accessories.3 High-voltage service disconnectLocatedbehindtherearseatbackrest.Orangerectanglewithamolded plastic handle, about100mm(4in)inlength.Provides means to dis-connect the high-voltage battery for safely servic-ing the vehicle.4 High-voltage wiring Runsalongthevehiclesfloorpanfromthehigh-volt-age battery to the Hybrid PowertrainControlMod-ule(HPCM).TheelectricA/CcompressorconnectsdirectlytotheHPCM.Separate connections from theHPCMaremadetotheElectronicallyControlledContinuouslyVariableTransaxle(ECVT).Provides the physical connection between the high-voltage battery and the vehicles high-voltage equipment.5 TransmissionControlModuleLocatedabovethetrans-mission.Containscontrollingelectronics for managing propulsion.Provides rotational force during Electrical DriveModes.Generates3-phaseAChigh-voltageelectricity via two cables to and from the traction motor and generator.6 ElectronicallyCon-trolledContinuouslyVariable Transaxle (ECVT)Transverse-mounted de-sign, similar to the non-Hy-brid Fusion MKZ vehicles.Provides rotational force to the wheels for vehicle propulsion and transmits rotational force to the engines generator to recharge batteries.7 ElectricA/CCompressorLocatedinfrontofthe engine.Has an orange high-volt-age wire attached to it us-inganinterlockconnector.ProvideselectricA/Cop-eration; replaces the belt drivenA/Ccompressor.FCS-15129-17 10 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideTheillustrationbelowanditsdefiningchartonPage11providesthelocation, description and basic function of the Fusion Energis system components.NOTE:Allhigh-voltagewiresandharnessesarewrappedinorange-coloredinsulation.ENERGI COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION123457869FCS-15129-17 11 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideENERGI COMPONENT LOCATION AND IDENTIFICATION - CONTINUEDCOMPONENT LOCATION / DESCRIPTION FUNCTION1 High-voltage service disconnectLocatedbehindtherearseatbackrest.Orangerectanglewithamolded plastic handle, about100mm(4in)inlength.Provides means to dis-connect the high-voltage battery for safely servic-ing the vehicle.2 High-voltage battery approximately300VoltsDCLocatedinthecargoarea,behind the rear seat.Sealed lithium battery.Provides high-voltage storage for the vehicles electric motor.3 12-Voltbattery Locatedinthetrunkarea.Typical automotive 6-cell lead/acid design.Provides12-voltsforvehi-cle accessories.4 High-voltage wiring Runsalongthevehiclesfloorpanfromthehigh-volt-age battery to the Hybrid PowertrainControlMod-ule(HPCM).TheelectricA/CcompressorconnectsdirectlytotheHPCM.Separate connections from theHPCMaremadetotheElectronicallyControlledContinuouslyVariableTransaxle(ECVT).Provides the physical connection between the high-voltage battery and the vehicles high-voltage equipment.5 Chargingport Locatedonthedriversidefender.Itconnectstothehigh-voltage wiring in the engine compartment.Ithasanorangehigh-volt-age wire attached to it us-inganinterlockconnector.Provides110Vor220Vcharging options from a LevelIIchargingstationto the high-voltage battery when the vehicle is not in operation.6 TransmissionControlModuleLocatedabovethetrans-mission.Containscontrollingelectronics for managing propulsion.Provides rotational force during Electrical DriveModes.Generates3-phaseAChigh-voltageelectricity via two cables to and from the traction motor and generator.7 ElectronicallyCon-trolledContinuouslyVariable Transaxle (ECVT)Transverse-mounted de-sign, similar to the non-Hy-brid Fusion MKZ vehicles.Provides rotational force to the wheels for vehicle propulsion and transmits rotational force to the engines generator to recharge batteries.FCS-15129-17 12 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideCOMPONENT LOCATION / DESCRIPTION FUNCTION8 ElectricA/CCompressorLocatedinfrontoftheengine.Ithasanorangehigh-volt-age wire attached to it us-inganinterlockconnector.ProvideselectricA/Cop-eration; replaces the belt drivenA/Ccompressor.9 Electric Heater Locatedintheenginecom-partment on the passenger side.Provides passenger compartment with heat without the need to turn the engine on.FCS-15129-17 13 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHIGH-VOLTAGE SERVICE DISCONNECT - FUSION/MKZ HYBRID1.PositiontheLHrearseatbackrestdown.E157763E1577642.Removethehigh-voltagebatteryservicedisconnectcover.FCS-15129-17 14 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHIGH-VOLTAGE SERVICE DISCONNECT (CONTINUED) - FUSION/MKZ HYBRID3.Pulltoremovethehigh-voltagebatteryservicedisconnectinterlockcover.E171591E1577651234.Removethehigh-voltageservicedisconnect: 1.PulltheLeverPositionAssurance(LPA)tabtowardthefrontofvehicleto remove. 2.Pulltheleverhandleoutwardtodisengagetheinterlock. 3.Rotatethelevertohorizontalandremovethebatteryhigh-voltageservice disconnect.FCS-15129-17 15 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHIGH-VOLTAGE SERVICE DISCONNECT - FUSION ENERGI1.Positiontherearseatbackrestdownandremovethehigh-voltagebatteryservice disconnect cover.WARNING: THE HIGH-VOLTAGE SYSTEM MAY RETAIN A DANGEROUS LEVEL OF VOLTAGE FOR A SHORT TIME AFTER THE SERVICE DISCONNECT HAS BEEN REMOVED. WAIT 5 MINUTES FOR THE VOLTAGE TO DISSIPATE BEFORE BEGINNING SERVICE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.E1715922.Pulltoremovethehigh-voltagebatteryservicedisconnectinterlockcover.E161374x2FCS-15129-17 16 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideWARNING: ELECTRIC VEHICLES DAMAGED BY A CRASH MAY HAVE COMPROMISED HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY SYSTEMS AND PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSON-AL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. ISOLATE THE HV SYSTEM AS DIRECTED BY THE FORD EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE FOR THE VEHICLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY PACK3.Removethehigh-voltageservicedisconnect: 1.PulltheLeverPositionAssurance(LPA)tabtowardthefrontofvehicleto remove. 2.Pulltheleverhandleoutwardtodisengagetheinterlock. 3.Rotatethelevertohorizontalandremovethebatteryhigh-voltageservice disconnect.123E161375WARNING: THE HIGH-VOLTAGE SYSTEM MAY RETAIN A DANGEROUS LEVEL OF VOLTAGE FOR A SHORT TIME AFTER THE SERVICE DISCONNECT HAS BEEN REMOVED. WAIT 5 MINUTES FOR THE VOLTAGE TO DISSIPATE BEFORE BEGINNING SERVICE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.FCS-15129-17 17 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideHIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY PACK - CONTINUEDDonotcutthehigh-voltagebatterycase.Donotpenetratethebatteriesorcasein any way.Thehigh-voltagebatteryislocatedintheforwardportionoftheluggage compartment.Thehigh-voltagebatteryliesflatjustbehindtherearseatbackunder the luggage compartment cargo cover.Removingthehigh-voltageservicedisconnectwilldisconnectthehigh-voltagefrom thevehicle.Thebatterypackwillremainliveanddangerous.Thetotalvoltageofthebatterypackisapproximately300-voltsDC.Thebatterycellscontainabaseelectrolyte,consistingoflithiumhexafluorophophate and organic solvents as the dominant active ingredient, that is absorbed in special polymericfilm.Theelectrolytewillnotleakfromthebatteryundermostconditions, however, if the battery is crushed, it is possible for a small amount of electrolyte to leak.NOTICE:Thefollowingmustbefollowedwhenworkingwithadamagedbattery:Ifpossible,isolateandavoidcontactwithhigh-voltagevehiclecomponents.Ifcontact withthehigh-voltagesystemcannotbeavoided,PersonalProtectiveEquipment (PPE)suchasasplashshieldorsafetygoggles,gloves(latex,rubberorNitrile),an apronorovercoatandrubberbootsarerequiredwhenhandlingdamagedbatteries. Exposuretoelectrolytecouldcauseskinand/oreyeirritation/burns.Ifexposed,rinse withlargeamountsofwaterfor10-15minutes.Ifthebatteryisexposedtointenseheat(orotherabusiveconditions),itispossible thatflammablegasesandliquid(electrolyte)havebeenreleasedfromthecells.The gases include combustible hydrocarbons such as methane, toxic gases such as carbonmonoxide,andverysmallamountsofeye/skin/lungirritantssuchas hydrofluoricacidcouldbereleasedfromthebattery.Appropriateprecautionsshould betakentomakesuretheareaisproperlyventilated,suchasopeningthevehicles windowsordoors.FirstrespondersshouldwearPersonalProtectiveEquipment (PPE) and self contained breathing apparatus to safeguard against thermal, electrical,respiratoryandskin/eyehazards.WARNING: FIRES IN CRASH-DAMAGED ELECTRIC VEHICLES MAY EMIT TOxIC OR COMBUSTIBLE GASSES. SMALL AMOUNTS OF EYE, SKIN OR LUNG IRRITANTS MAY BE PRESENT. WEAR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AND SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS WHEN WORKING IN CLOSE PROxIMITY OR IN A CONFINED AREA, SUCH AS A TUNNEL OR GARAGE. VENTILATE THE VEHICLE INTERIOR BY OPENING VEHICLE WINDOWS OR DOORS. VENTILATE THE WORKING AREA. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.FCS-15129-17 18 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideAPPROACHING A DAMAGED HIGH-VOLTAGE VEHICLE WARNING: ELECTRIC VEHICLES DAMAGED BY A CRASH MAY HAVE COMPROMISED HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY SYSTEMS AND PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. ISOLATE THE HV SYSTEM AS DIRECTED BY THE FORD EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE FOR THE VEHICLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.WARNING: DAMAGED ELECTRIC VEHICLES SUBMERGED IN WATER PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ExTRACT THE VEHICLE UNTIL THE HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY HAS DISCHARGED INDICATED BY THE ABSENCE OF BUBBLING OR FIZZING. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.1. FOLLOW ExISTING TRAINING AND INCIDENT COMMANDER DIRECTIONEmergencyrespondersshoulduseLARGE amountsofwateriffireispresentorsuspectedand,keepinginmindthatfirecanoccurforaconsiderableperiodafterthe crash, should proceed accordingly.ThisguideprovidesonlysupplementalinformationasitpertainstotheFusionHybrid, MKZ Hybrid and Fusion Energi vehicles. The same rules apply when approachinganypotentialhigh-voltagesituation.Alwaysfollowyourhigh-voltagesafetytraining. Someprecautionstotakeinahigh-voltagesituationinclude: Removealljewelry:Watches,necklacesandearrings.Removeany metalobjectsthatareconductorsofelectricity. WearthenecessaryPPEs:High-voltagerubbergloves,faceshield,insulated boots, protective raincoat and apron. Bringthefollowingequipment: ClassABCpowder-typefireextinguisher. Anonconductiveobject,about1.5m(5ft)long.Thiscanbeusedtosafely push someone away from the vehicle if they accidentally come in contact with high-voltage.FCS-15129-17 19 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideAPPROACHING A DAMAGED HIGH-VOLTAGE VEHICLE - CONTINUED 2. APPROACHING A DAMAGED VEHICLEDisablethehigh-voltageelectricalsystemusingasmanyofthefollowingstepsaspossible: Securethevehicle:PlacetheshiftleverintothePARKposition.Placethe ignitionintheOFFposition.Forvehiclesequippedwithpushbuttonstart, checkthatthevehiclereadylightisOFFtoverifythehigh-voltagesystemis disconnected.IfthevehiclereadylightisON,presstheStartbuttontoturn OFFtheignition.Blockthewheels,ifnecessary. Disconnectthenegativecablefromthe12-voltbattery. Ifpossible,removethehigh-voltageservicedisconnect(s).Foradditional information,refertopage12and13inthismanual.Iftheservicedisconnects cannot be removed, avoid the high-voltage system components, and wear all appropriatePPEasoutlinedonpage14ofthisguide.Ifthevehicleisonfire,useaClassABCpowder-typeextinguishertocontainandsmothertheflames.Ifwaterisbeingused, LARGE amountsofwaterwillberequiredtoextinguishtheflames.Afire-hydrantordedicatedfirehosecansupplytheneeded amount. Water can cause some degree of arcing/shorting across the cell and/or battery terminals; it can also react with the electrolyte from the cells to generate additionalcombustiblegasandotherby-productssuchashydrofluoricacid;however,thecoolingandsmotheringeffectsofflushingtheaffectedarticlewithlargeamountsofwaterand/orotherfiresuppressionmaterialisstillbeneficialforminimizingthe severity of the event.Ifthevehiclehasanyexposedcables,makesuretowearhigh-voltagerubberglovesandotherappropriatePPE.Donottouchanybrokenordamagedhigh-voltageorange cables. Treat severed cables as if they contain high-voltage.Ifthevehicleissubmergedinwater,varyingdegreesofarcing/shortingwithinthebatterywilltakeplace.Donottouchanyhigh-voltagecomponentsororangecables while extricating the occupant(s). Do not remove the vehicle until you are sure the high-voltagebatteryiscompletelydischarged.Asubmergedhigh-voltagebatterymayproduceafizzingorbubblingreactiontothewater.Iffizzingorbubblingisobserved,thehigh-voltagebatterywillbedischargedwhenthefizzingorbubblinghas completely stopped, however, still treat it as if it was not discharged.FCS-15129-17 20 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideAPPROACHING A DAMAGED VEHICLE - CONTINUED Ifthevehicleisonfire,useaClassABCpowder-typeextinguishertocontainand smothertheflames.Ifwaterisbeingused, LARGE amountsofwaterwillberequiredtoextinguishtheflames.Afire-hydrantordedicatedfirehosecansupplytheneeded amount.Ifthevehiclehasanyexposedcables,makesuretowearhigh-voltagerubberglovesandotherprotectiveclothing.Donottouchanybrokenordamagedhigh-voltage orange cables. Treat severed cables as if they contain high-voltage.Ifthevehicleissubmergedinwater,donottouchanyhigh-voltagecomponentsor orange cables while extricating the occupant(s). Do not remove the vehicle until you aresurethehigh-voltagebatteryiscompletelydischarged.Asubmergedhigh-voltagebatterymayproduceafizzingorbubblingreactiontothewater.Thehigh-voltage batterywillbedischargedwhenthefizzingorbubblinghascompletelystopped, however, still treat it as if it was not discharged.3. IF THE HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY CASE HAS BEEN RUPTUREDJustlikeanyotherbattery,hosetheareadownwithLARGE amounts of water (ie. use a Fire Hose).4. MOVING DAMAGED VEHICLES WRECKER DRIVERSRatherthanattempttodischargeapropulsionbattery,anemergencyresponder,tow truckoperator,orstoragefacilitymanagershouldcontactexpertsatthevehicle manufactureronthatsubject.Ifpossible,removethehigh-voltageservicedisconnect.Foradditionalinformation, refertopage12and13inthismanual.Bealert.Thereispotentialfordelayedfirewithdamagedlithium-ionbatteries.CallanauthorizedFordDealerorvehiclemanufacturerrepresentative,ifnecessary, todetermineadditionalstepsthatyoushouldtaketosafelyrecoverortransportthe vehicle.FollowtheguidelinesintheWreckerTowingManual. FrontTow:WheelLift(FWD) RearTow:WheelLiftwithDolly(FWD) Flatbed:FWDandAWD5. SPECIAL NOTE TO SALVAGE YARDSIfavehiclewithahigh-voltagebatteryistobescrapped,thehigh-voltagebatterymust be disposed of following all local, state/provincial and federal guidelines.Operatorsoftowtrucksandvehiclestoragefacilitiesshouldensurethedamaged vehicleiskeptinanopenareainsteadofinsideagarageorotherenclosedbuilding.FCS-15129-17 21 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideAPPROACHING A DAMAGED HIGH-VOLTAGE VEHICLE - CONTINUED Ifpossible,removethehigh-voltagebatteryservicedisconnectbeforeattemptinganyextricationprocedure.Alwaysassumethehigh-voltagecablingandcomponentsare powered up.Ifoccupantextricationisnecessary,alwaysusecautionwhencuttingnearthe vehicle high voltage system components. Do not cut any of the high-voltage under vehicle or under hood cabling (all high-voltage cabling is orange in color). High- voltage cabling runs from the high-voltage batteries under the left hand side of the vehicletotheunderhoodcompartment.Refertothediagrambelowfornocutzones.FCS-15129-17 22 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideDAMAGED VEHICLE GUIDANCE FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY ELECTRIC AND HYBRID-ELECTRIC VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERIES (TOWING, RECOVERY OPERATORS AND VEHICLE STORAGE FACILITIES)For questions contact Ford USA 1-800-392-3673 / Ford Canada 1-800-565-36731. In the event of damage to or fire involving an Electric Vehicle (EV) or Hybrid Electric Vehicle (HEV). Alwaysassumethehigh-voltage(HV)batteryandassociatedcomponents are energized and fully charged. Exposedelectricalcomponents,wires,andHVbatteriespresentpotentialHV shockhazards. Venting/off-gassingHVbatteryvaporsarepotentiallytoxicandflammable. PhysicaldamagetothevehicleorHVbatterymayresultinimmediateor delayedreleaseoftoxicand/orflammablegasesandfire.2. Vehicle Shutdown and High-Voltage System Disabling Identify Vehicle Determine if the vehicle is an electric or hybrid-electric vehicle, and if it is, advise your dispatch and all other responders that an electric or hybrid-electric vehicle is involved. To identify potential symptoms of a damaged high-voltage system, contact an authorizedservicecenterorvehiclemanufacturerrepresentative.Refertothe Vehicle OwnerManual,EmergencyPlacard(includedintheVehicleOwner Manual)and/ortheEmergencyResponseGuideforappropriatecontact information. Ifyoudetectleakingfluids,sparks,smoke,flames,increasedtemperature, gurgling, popping or hissing noises from the HV battery compartment, ventilate the passenger area(i.e.,rolldownwindowsoropendoors)andcall911. Bealert.Thereisapotentialfordelayedfirewithdamagedlithium-ionbatteries.FCS-15129-17 23 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideDAMAGED VEHICLE GUIDANCE FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY ELECTRIC AND HYBRID-ELECTRIC VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERIES (TOWING, RECOVERY OPERATORS AND VEHICLE STORAGE FACILITIES) - CONTINUED3. Recovering/Transporting Vehicle Callanauthorizedservicecenterorvehiclemanufacturerrepresentative, ifnecessary,todetermineadditionalstepsthatyoushouldtaketosafely recover or transport the vehicle. Alwaysapproachthevehiclefromthesidestostayoutofpotentialtravelpath. Itmaybedifficulttodetermineifthevehicleisrunningduetolackofengine noise. Refertovehiclemanual/recoveryguidetolocateproperattachment/connection points and transport method. Avoidcontactwithorangehigh-voltagecablingandareasidentifiedas high-voltageriskbywarninglabels.4. Storing Vehicles For vehicles in the United States, notify Ford Motor Company 1-800-392-3673 (then follow the prompts on the voice response menu) or an authorized Ford Dealer as soon as possible as there may be additional steps necessary to secure, discharge, handle, and/or store the HV battery and vehicle. For vehicles in Canada, notify Ford Motor Company 1-800-565-3673 (then follow the prompts on the voice response menu), or an authorized Ford dealer as soon as possible. There may be additional steps necessary to secure, discharge, handle and/or store the HV battery and vehicle. Donotstoreaseverelydamagedvehiclewithalithium-ionbatteryinsidea structureorwithin50feetofanystructureorvehicle. Ensurethatpassengerandcargocompartmentsremainventilated. Priortoplacingandwhilelocatedinstoragearea/towlot,continuetoinspect vehicleforleakingfluids,sparks,smoke,flames,gurglingorbubblingsounds fromtheHVbatteryandcall911ifanyofthesearedetected. Maintainclearaccesstostoredvehiclesformonitoringandemergency response if needed.FCS-15129-17 24 2017 Fusion/MKZ Hybrid Emergency Response GuideWARNING: ELECTRIC VEHICLES DAMAGED BY A CRASH MAY HAVE COMPROMISED HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY SYSTEMS AND PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH-VOLTAGE ELEC-TRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH-VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. ISOLATE THE HIGH-VOLTAGE SYSTEM AS DIRECTED BY THE FORD EMERGEN-CY RESPONSE GUIDE FOR THE VEHICLE. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.WARNING: DAMAGED ELECTRIC VEHICLES SUBMERGED IN WATER PRESENT A POTENTIAL HIGH VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. ExERCISE CAUTION AND WEAR APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) SAFETY GEAR, INCLUDING HIGH VOLTAGE SAFETY GLOVES AND BOOTS. REMOVE ALL METALLIC jEWELRY, INCLUDING WATCHES AND RINGS. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ExTRACT THE VEHICLE UNTIL THE HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY HAS DISCHARGED INDICATED BY THE ABSENCE OF BUBBLING OR FIZZING. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.WARNING: ELECTRIC VEHICLES WITH DAMAGED HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERIES REQUIRE SPECIAL HANDLING PRECAUTIONS. INSPECT THE VEHICLE CAREFULLY FOR LEAKING BATTERY FLUIDS, SPARKS, FLAMES, AND GURGLING OR BUBBLING SOUNDS. CONTACT EMERGENCY SERVICES IMMEDIATELY IF ANY OF THESE PROBLEMS ARE OBSERVED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN A VEHICLE FIRE AND PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.WARNING: FIRES IN CRASH-DAMAGED ELECTRIC VEHICLES MAY EMIT TOxIC OR COMBUSTIBLE GASSES. SMALL AMOUNTS OF EYE, SKIN OR LUNG IRRITANTS MAY BE PRESENT. WEAR PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) AND SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS WHEN WORKING IN CLOSE PROxIMITY OR IN A CONFINED AREA, SUCH AS A TUNNEL OR GARAGE. VENTILATE THE VEHICLE INTERIOR BY OPENING VEHICLE WINDOWS OR DOORS. VENTILATE THE WORKING AREA. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INjURY OR DEATH.Forspecificinformationandsafetypreparationregardingthehigh-voltagesystem,referto WWW.MOTORCRAFTSERVICE.COM,selectquickguidesfortheappropriatevehicle emergency response guide.