Question about 2001 Toyota Prius
I briefly disconnected my battery yesterday and then jump started it (I'd left the interior light on). 70 miles later a whole bunch of warning lights came on namely PS-power steering, main battery and hybrid.
I then drove a further 70 miles:
What damage might I hgave done to my car driving afterwards/ do I absolutely have to go to a Toyota diagnostics thing and how can I manage/ minimise costs?
Some other garages can diagnose this problem m8 but its not wise as there not used to the system there gonna charge about 70pound to look at it, how old is the car? it might still be under warrenty, it should not have done to much damage though.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Do you want to rebuild your Toyota Prius hybrid battery? This Guide would also be a good investment for the future. Hybrid batteries have a limited life span of 8 years or 150,000 miles on average. So if your car hasn't had a bad battery yet you can be expecting it soon as the 8 year mark is coming up on all 01'-03' Prius.
Toyota Prius Hybrid Battery Rebuild Guide
Posted on May 08, 2010
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