Electric HMMWV Teardown - A Look Inside JerryRigEverything Electric Converted HMMWV

čas přidán 27. 02. 2024
Electric HMMWV Teardown - No lego style connectors here!
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▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
0:00 - Intro & Apology
0:59 - Diagnostics
2:03 - Teardown
4:01 - Rewiring AC/DC Converter
5:06 - DC/DC converter teardown and diagnostics
7:41 - Fixing & Rewiring DC/DC converter
11:06 - Testing DC/DC converter
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Komentáře: 651

  • Heck yeah! That's awesome. Thanks for bringing her back to good health.

    • Hello there I am a big fan is there a way i can contact you privately?

    • Yeah, we will do the same for *TOP G* !!!

    • All the way from Kenya

    • @@SAYFODROID Is it about his cars limited life time warranty?

    • Back to good health? It had never been charged before 😂

  • Nice work! I'm blown away by how proficient you are at these systems after only building ONE car! Great job.

    • Thank you very much!

    • Think about, how much work goes into "building only one". This should answer all your questions.

  • Crazy how knowledgeable Tony Hawk is with EVs.

    • I have to do something after my skateboarding career 😉

    • @@ElectricSuperCar lol 😂

  • Hope your charger didn't get too damaged. I like how you automatically went straight to something that you had a better chance of correcting. Always progress! 😊

    • Thanks!

    • always start with the easiest fixes, best way to eliminate options

    • The charger got damaged after connecting up the ground to the DC/DC converter... is there a chance of a ground loop?

    • @@ElectricSuperCar Hey there! I have a 120v J1772 charger that I'm not using. I know it's not the same as your 240v charger, but was wondering if maybe you wanted it while you waited and/or work to acquire a new 240v charger. Thoughts?

  • I'm actually surprised how many different things you found after a methodical analysis. Just goes to show - on these super complicated builds its super easy to forget something you would normally consider silly - like not connecting a breaker to it's power source!

    • Absolutely. And it's so often the 'simpler' or 'easier' elements that can get overlooked in favour of the really complex or difficult stuff. When troubleshooting electrics, it does often come down to a detailed check of 'is it plugged in correctly?'

  • Absolutely love the lighthearted way you addressed the issues in the last video! Shows a lot of strength of character.

  • Following the story of this hummer has been my favorite thing on youtube for a while

  • I love seeing the troubleshooting process and your attention to detail. I know you’ll figure it out 👍

  • Zack obviously didn't think about serviceability when putting this together!

    • Samsung taking notes hehe

    • The Apple way, something broke? Don't repair it! Replace it!

  • I'm surprised JRE even got to this point of the build with how much stuff just isn't connected. And he's alive too!

  • You do a great job on the video. Goes to show just how complex the electric car creation is. Keep up the great work

  • So glad Zack pointed me to this channel, you're a great presenter and your explanations are really easy to understand

  • So happy the audio issue happened to be an easy fix. I’ll admit, I didn’t even think of not using headphones lol. I just decided to deal with it.

  • Your sense of humor and editing makes this video flow wonderfully.

  • as an electrician apprentice, ive seen a few electricians use a pipe cutter (one that clamps down and you spin a cutting wheel around by hand) to strip heavier gauge cable. it was only like 2 or 3, but its quite ingenious

  • There are three massive wins in this video: 1/ It shows one only fails when working on something not easy. 2/ It shows that failing is good because one learns from it. Engineering is all about trying, failing, learning and to persevere in that process. 3/ It shows that sharing its own failures is also a way to inform therefore to teach others. This project is totally awesome, but it's only because awesome guys like you and Jack do it. Best regards!

  • Thanks to Jerry for showing us all, what a complex project this is. Insanely complex. It’s taken you months to get to the point where it still can’t be charged!

  • I pulled a civic out of a frozen swamp in Michigan yesterday... pulled a quick run back to cali, and had time to pull doors from a wrecking in Idaho.... mind blown 💣

  • This deserves netflix release. Been following from the beginning of hummer to ev conversion. Best of Luck .

  • Thanks for showing us your process and how you keep moving instead of being stuck

  • This really is a ton of work. I'm now rethinking my electric Sport Trac conversion.

    • How are you even verified? You don’t have 100k, rest of us has to work hard for the 100k and you don’t deserve it.

    • It is a labor of love! You have to love the process...not just the end result

  • Thanks for the update. It is good to see you troubleshoot the systems, and it was nice to have some success in the end.

  • This is the kind of content that makes youtube awesome! This was so fun to watch

  • Sorry to say ... Jerry's way of making an video is the best, and he explains everything. Means JERRY RIG EVERYTHING...

  • These are the videos which I'm on CS-tv for... amazing content. Loved it!

  • Great job its like trying to find a black cat in a coalbin at midnight some times you just have to check every ware you know that cat may be. Takes time. Good work

  • Very good video. I like how you don’t seem to hide any of the mistakes or important details. ❤❤

  • I started watching from the Jerry Rig channel. I was watching in my studio and I immediately noticed and I switched to mono!

  • Great to see how you are finding things and fixing them as you go along.

  • I got introduced to your channel via Zack (the installation and this current fault finding situ). Yes, I got the joke (L&R lol), and yes, I laughed at the Zack based comments too. You have a sense of humour I find enjoyable in a sense of another classic film - Robocop (1987) AAAAAAAIIIIIIHHHLIKE IT! Hahaha. Some other channels that are technical/mechanical with a great sense of humour are 'Two Stroke Stuffing' (he's currently trying to tune a complete home made 50cc 2 stroke SUPERCHARGED motor (highest he's seen so far on his Dyno is about 25 BHP)), then there's 'SuperfastMatt' and his mad goings ons... And some other great channels too. I look forward to continuing my look through your back catalogue of bids! So far sooo good! 👌👍. 😎🇬🇧

  • I respect the effort, no hate on Jerry but he’s clearly not studied how to do what he was trying to do an inevitably ran into issues and the ES Dr. is doing a great job dealing with the issues. Continue the amazing work. Been keeping up with the project since it began and can’t wait to see the HUMVEE on the road again!

  • I think I remember JerryRigEverything exalting how much more simple Electric Vehicles are compared to Gas Powered ones. Looks like he still missed a lot of connections. Always works better when things are connected (plugged in) :)

  • I like the pipe cutter for cutting and splicing the battery cables.

  • Dude, you are awesome. So glad Jerry brought me to your channel. Looking forward to the next video/update.

  • At 5:09 I paused to clean my screen because I thought it was dirt. Took me 10 seconds of scrubbing to realise it was just the background in the vid. Damn this some good weed

  • Hi! Those resettable 12V fuses like the one in the low voltage box, don’t always trip at the amperage they says they’re rated for. Might wanna check that. 😉

  • Can't wait to see it completed and ready for the teardown and bend test by Jerry

  • Lots of unfinished connections? The car owner has to come up with a table of tasks to complete and put ticks on it. Question for fun, when do you sweep the workshop after the project is finished or during the project? I leave insulation and scraps for last.

  • Wow you are so skilled! Fantastic work!👍👏👏👏🤩🏆

  • I love cars but don't know much about them or smart enough to understand some of this video but this has been so entertaining so far thank you for this cool content

  • Reminds me of when I was rewiring my first vehicle, replacing the worn out wiring harness. I have since totally rewired 4 vehicles and partial rewired 2 others. The last one was totally botched. You turn on the left turn signal and the brake light would flash.

  • Awesome video! Thank you so much for looking into the audio issues.

  • I like the PVC cutter/ wire stripper!!!!

  • The bit that came out of the heat gun is part of the element. The first fin or two seem to always break during transport (literally every one I've gotten at least has a crack there). Not a big deal usually. Just a piece of ceramic that holds the element up and away from the other bits.

  • Logical sequence is a long and winding road. Keep up the good work doc!

  • Great work. I love this style of video! Keep it up. Watching from the UK

  • One minute in and you are have me snickering, this is a good start.

  • Thanks for the vid. Looks like someone needs all the help he can get. 🙂 Jim Bell (Australia)

  • Thanks for the apology. You didn't need to, but it is really appreciated that you did.

  • It's always a love/hate relationship when you find "high impedance air gaps" while troubleshooting: The hope that you've found the issue and it's a quick fix - plug it in; The pit in your stomach from past experience that it could be coincidence and just cause' it's plugged in now, doesn't mean the issue is fixed. Thanks for the great content!

  • Your choise of meme's is excelent sir! I laughed a lot and hard! Thanks a lot!

  • Hahaha I’m so glad you addressed the audio issues 😂🎉thank you!!

  • i do not understand 80% of what you are doing but i like the way you doing it

  • Awesome work, like to know how well the scan tool that you bought worked for can-bus.

    • I ended up getting 2

    • @@ElectricSuperCar OK, is the link on that video?

    • @MikeJ F I got the CANdapter that plays nicely with the BMS and I also got the PCAN USB adapter

    • @@ElectricSuperCar Can you send me a link to the one you got please. I would give you my email but have some idiots that try getting you to text them because you won something tracking me.

    • www.peak-system.com/PCAN-USB.199.0.html?&L=1 evolveelectrics.com/products/orion-candapter

  • I hope Jerry pays you well for all this effort, cool vid as well man, doing a good job

  • Thanks for showing the kind of detailed diagnostics this kind of thing takes, and the risks of "I broke my tools with my tools"... Any chance of a teardown/diag of your wall charger as well?

  • wow. one of the best ev channel. really nice to see the details. thanks .which type of converter is this ? buck , boost or buck-boost ? henry from tanzania

  • Great content. What CAN reader did you use?

  • WE got fanspin! Bless Zacks little heart and all the tiny mistakes. I think he did a lot of work on this project. I like your Fluke. I have an 87V Max. I know they are overpriced for what they do. I just prefer them.

    • Nice!

    • They are not overpriced. It means you don't use them at their potential:). Have two of these, also.

  • Love the editing and movie clips! Wonderful content

  • loved the cross over lol next time do a lockpickinglawyer

  • this is as interesting as the project where he build it! thanks for a inside view

    • Glad you enjoyed it!

    • @@ElectricSuperCar well you don't see a guy reviving a EV allday do you :) glad you did a video about it man

  • I enjoy watching funny people on here that actually know what they're doing. And no side agendas! But did not need to see your nose contents at 9:53 Lol! Cheers!

  • Well done video and you troubleshooting skill rock!

  • good start. you need to find why the charging status value is not turning to '2'.

    • Tell me about it! I can get it to change to 2 but still can't get a charge started. I have been exchanging emails with evolve and Orion and still no luck

    • @@ElectricSuperCar you said you damaged your EV recharger on the truck? Don't know what tech you use but maybe see if the truck plug was wired backwards or something.

  • I watch your videos before you have 1M subscribers. Good contents. 😁

  • Great work mad scientist, looking forward to the next video!

  • Amazing video with no deeper grooves at level 7. Ha ha ha

  • Thanks for this help. Jerry sent me and I subscribed for more EV videos.

  • Lmao I appreciate the humour on the audio (and video). The audio is much better now, your channel is great fyi.

  • Jerry-rig tests EVERYTHING!

  • Great episode! Waiting for the next one!

  • thanks for making this video so understandable

  • awesome! can't imagine how hard to fixed it waiting for the next one. 👍👍

  • Great! Looking forward to the rest of the series!

  • It's 2 or 3 decades since I've sodered a serial connector. I didn't know they were still in use.

  • this is why im only a carpenter and not an electrician! it never ceases to amaze me just how easy you make it look yet in reality it really isnt. plus, the fact that some wires werent even going anywhere, that is a little suss. also, i was really hoping that this would be the video that you would show us what had gone wrong and that you had fixed it. cant wait for the next vid to come out if you got this far already......

    • Thanks for the comment!

    • @ElectricSuperCar no problem, your job is something I have always been fascinated with, but always worried I'd end up in shocksville, so kept to my speciality. I'm great with my hands but there seems to be a disconnect between them and my brain lol.

  • The audio sounds good. I mostly just wrote this to give you another interaction.

  • Great work!!! Can’t wait for part 2

  • did you ever throw a logic analyzer or oscilloscope on the can bus to see if you are getting actual useful comes, and not having multiple devices talking over eachother (or other electrical issues)?

  • Ya have to snap for the intro on the humvee.

  • This was really fun to watch, can't wait for the next one!

  • Im glad the issue is fixed..

  • Now jerry should realize that how those smartphone factories owners felted 😂

  • Bigger cliffhanger than prime time tv shows 😂

  • Thin speaker wire that is connected to "HV" without adequate fusing and running the wire messy trough the car, all whilst connecting it without safety goggles, man you like to live risky!!!! Iike it ( as long as you are not my neighbour xD).

    • LOL! Yes, I have a lot of things that need to be fixed. Thanks for the comment!

  • I wonder if this will fix the whine the engine makes, or is that just an unsolvable issue?

  • With all the car taken around building the battery boxes I was surprised at how loose and unmanaged the wire harness was.

    • done on purpose, that was not final build, need to makew sure everything is wired properly, and having a fully connected wire harness wouldn't be practical if they needed to undo all of it to find the faulty ones.

  • So what's the deal with the EVSE? Bricked mine recently too, wondering if it has something to do with occasionally charging my conversion on it.

    • Just the 240v split phase EVSE, my 120v wall outlet EVSE that I use day-to-day with my conversion still works great.

  • Maybe pick up an OpenEVSE charger (since the spare parts are easy to get, and its really well documented)?

  • pvc tubing cutters as wire strippers. Nice

  • 100,000 views in 1 hour. How do you not have an EV charger sponsor!

  • I had to switch to mono audio while watching the last video glad it's better now

  • The pop culture clips are a very nice touch. I like it a lot. Well done!

  • Sweet. Been waiting for this. Yeah one of my ears heard that.

  • Uhh, that battery charger needing an AC-DC converter to start charging doesn't sound like something that will ever work with J1772. How exactly is it supposed to be communicating to the J1772 charger?

  • Loving your videoing style 👌

  • I see some big issues. Use proper wire for the HV. Not only the wire conduit orange! Also put a 10A or 20A 1kV DC!! rated fuse in the HV juction box, before you leave out with the wire. Also the wore has to be shielded, as those DC-DC are quite noisy, and you will have conducted emmision on the wires and may not pick up radio channels:). Just use the proper automotive wire for the HV, as one short here, will result in fire, that big traction fuse may not even cut it out, your wire will...

  • 😲😲😲 so many faults. Awesome job!!!

  • i imagine that the AC lines L1 L2 are shorted together or to ground. between the charge port and the charger, or at the charge port/charer. it probably blew a fuse in the EVSE. that is the only thing that i can think of that would brick your autel. or that ac relay box is shorting AC L1/L2

    • Another possibility is that ac somehow h has shorted to cp and you sent mains power into the cp port on the autel

    • Not sure yet