Toyota Prius Battery, What Do You Do When Yours Dies?


A few months ago, my Toyota Prius battery was dying. I wasn’t sure what was going to happen, I was scared that it would be a lot of money to repair, and I didn’t have that money to fix it!

Needless to say that if you are in this situation that you are probably thinking that you wish you didn’t have to deal with all of this right now. But don’t worry, I have done the research for you, HOURS, and HOURS of hard annoying research! But, if you will just keep reading despite my bad grammar, I am sure you will walk away from this article with a solution to your problem.

So, after all of my research I think I have found the best solution for this problem. But I will give you the three basic options you even have all together.

One-  Pay Toyota the $4,000 to have them put a rebuild battery in for you.

Two- Buy a rebuild battery from eBay, or there are a couple other companies online that will cost you around $1,500 or so.

Three- Use the guide I used and the rebuild the battery by yourself for around $500.

I myself chose number three, there really wasn’t another option for me because I didn’t have the money to try the other two options. I am so happy that I found the website that helped me out, I can’t give them enough praise! They solved my problem, and gave me the solution I was looking for, and their customer service was so helpful they practically walked me through it.

If it sounds like you might need a replacement battery but you don’t know for sure you can click this link to learn more:


Source by Sam Adams