2004-present Prius HV Battery Replacement, P0A80

imageFor 2004-2014 Prius, the HV Battery warranty is 10 years/150,000 miles (whichever occurs first). For those outside of warranty, we have two recommendations for repair: a new battery pack or module replacement.

Pricing for parts and labor is current as of January 4, 2018.

New HV battery pack

2004 – 2009
New HV Battery, Toyota PN G9510-47031 = $2,227.12
available within 24 hours from our local Toyota parts department

Installation = $714.31
includes additional 1.25 hours to transfer internal battery components/clean HV battery fan

Total including parts, labor, tax = $2,941.433

2010 – 2011
New HV Battery, Toyota PN G9510-47060 = $2,804.12
available within 24 hours from our local Toyota parts department

Installation = $800.78
includes additional 1.25 hours to transfer internal battery components/clean HV battery fan

Total including parts, labor, tax = $3,604.97

2012 – 2015
New HV Battery, Toyota PN G9510-76010 = $2,659.59
available within 24 hours from our local Toyota parts department

Installation = $788.57
includes additional 1.25 hours to transfer internal battery components/clean HV battery fan

Total including parts, labor, tax = $3,448.16

Module Replacement

2004 – 2009
New Toyota modules = $1905.96
parts kept in stock

Module replacement labor = $675
includes additional .25 hours to clean HV battery fan

Total including parts, labor, tax = $2742.97

2010 – 2014
New Toyota modules = $1905.96
parts kept in stock

Module replacement labor = $712.50
includes additional .25 hours to clean HV battery fan

Total including parts, labor, tax = $2780.47

Read more long winded discussion of Gen 2 Prius battery failure here…

Album of a recent HV battery replacement via Facebook

Any references to pricing of parts, labor, or estimates of any kind were accurate at time of publication. Please contact us for updated pricing.

3 thoughts on “2004-present Prius HV Battery Replacement, P0A80

  1. Hi my name is louie , I just buy a Toyota Camry from some one its 2007 Camry with 83.000 miles on it . The car originally was a rental car for Toyota , and the sold it to the person that I got my car from , I thing Toyota sold the car when it had 28.000 miles on it , so when the sold the car the says its a Toyota verified, so I was wondering since I’m not the first owner , is my battery still under warranty and if yes how many years and mils is it covers for , thank you so much

    1. Hi Louie. The HV battery warranty is transferable. The length of the warranty varies by state. I believe the info should be posted in your owners manual.

  2. my 5 year old Prius C 2013 model with almost 165,000 miles, got stuck in our dirt driveway during a rainy season. My son had trouble finding a place to connect a chain to pull out. He put it underneath rear of the car and pulled me back 6′. I drove 20 miles to work when almost there, the warning lights came on and said the hybird system was not working and to pull over to the side of the road and shut off. I did, but restarted the car and continued one mile. Have continued to drive ever since without the hybird assist. Toyota dealer said they put it on the computer and they said battery # 5 was no good. computer readings say that I still get the same 35-43-54 miles per gallon. I never checked, but feel it is still some less without the eco mode. The body on this car is not good and do not plan to spend $2000 on new battery, but rather will drive it as it is (no car payment now). I just thought that you may know if something could have come unplugged or fuse blown. I have asked Napa and car part sellers for advise. I can get a new battery for $1000 and a mechanic has agreed to put it in for me. A junk yard nearby has a battery from a wrecked car and wants to do the work for about $800, and they said that they have seen a couple of other cars needing a battery per the dealer, but they found that it did not. What do you think happened to my battery?

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