2003 Honda Civic Hybrid Q&A
2003 Honda Civic Hybrid Question: IMA Battery Replacement
My 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid has 82,000 miles. Just recently my IMA light came on. The dealership told me that I need a new IMA battery, and the cost is $2865. Was also told that the warranty expired at 80,000. Has anyone else had this problem? Is this accurate information? - Visitor
This may be best suited to one of the hybrid forums, try this one for starters: http://www.greenhybrid.com/discuss/f11 - Bret Bodas
you have a 10 year, 150,000 mile warranty extension, it's free! - Visitor
I was told that my warranty on the 2003 battery expired at 80,000 miles. I am double checking. Thanks. - Visitor
Hello: call Honda of north america, this hybrid batteries carry a 10 years 150000 miles warranty, dealers are desperate to sell, i have an Insight 2000, and still has warranty until june 2010, also check to see if there is ( and there is!!!) recalls for your model... Good luck... - Visitor
I have an 2003 Civiv Hybird and hadn't had ay problems untill it reached 214,000 miles. I have a check engine light and a IMA light and was told by Honda dealership to replace both.I havent't as of yet found a frount Converter replacement yet. I haven't looked for the batteries but I am told ther is an after market for them. - chipsfishing
My 2004 Honda IMA light came on in Oct 2010 and again this december. Was told I need to replace the IMA battery and the cost would be $2500. However I only have 54,000 miles on the car and the warranty (in Maryland)is for 80,000 miles. It appears that age as well as milage may be a problem for battery. I keep mine garaged and drive it mostly local, low milage. - Visitor
I bought this car in March. IMA and Check Engine light was on. Had diagnostic done at Honda asap. They said the only issue was the 12v. So I replaced it. Tech said there wasnt any communication fou...
Does anbody know how to get rid of that IMA light without replacing the battery pack?I tried re...
Do to the extensive publishings on issues, mileage and age caps for warranties, I'd rather not replace the IMA with another 2004 battery. Can I use a current years instead? Also, looking at car-...