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.

2 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.

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