Prius Battery Repair – a recent customer’s story!
We have the technicians and the tools to fix your Prius battery issues at great savings to you! We are experiencing rapid reductions in these costs so give us a call for updated prices!!
The images on this page show how a customer came to our shop with their 2008 Toyota Prius with the RED SERVICE LIGHT and the CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON.
After scanning with our Snap-on Scanner we found code P0A09. The Technician then went to All-Data repair diagnostics and found That the DC converter had a short to ground. The DC / DC converter converts the DC 201.6 V of the HV battery into DC 12 V in order to supply power to the vehicle’s lighting, audio and ECU systems. In addition, it charges the auxiliary battery.
The estimate from the local Dealer for the repair was $4,556 which was not economical.
We fixed the problem at a cost of $2,636.
After replacing the Converter/Inverter we charged the hybrid battery , cleared the codes and test drove vehicle. After the technician was finished our Quality Control person test drove one last time.
We also provided the customer our 24 month / 24,000 mile Nation-wide warranty for peace of mind!
The savings of $1,920 meant our repair was nearly half of the Dealer estimate!
Our goal at San Antonio Euro is to provide you with professional service at a fair price and in a timely manner.
So remember, the next time your red service light or check engine light turn on … give San Antonio Euro a call at (210) 496-3222!