Traction batteries are composed of various materials that are both economic valuable and environmentally relevant. Being able to recover these materials while preserving its quality is not only economically attractive, but it can also contribute to decrease the environmental impact of electric vehicles. Disassembly can play in this regard a key role. On the one hand it might allow to separate potential hazardous substances and avoid an uncontrolled distribution of these substances into other material flows. One the other hand disassembly might promote improving the rate of material recovered while preserving its quality and decreasing disassembly costs. In this chapter we present a methodology for the estimation of disassembly sequences and for the estimation of automation potentials for the disassembly of traction batteries. The methodology is illustrated with an experimental case study.