The hight voltage hybrid battery may fail prematurely on Toyota Prius

The high voltage hybrid battery may develop corrosion of the electrical harness resulting in premature failure. Our technicians tell us the hybrid battery must be replaced to correct this issue.

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Average mileage: 154,333 (130,000–186,000)
5 model years affected: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, more2007
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2007 Toyota Prius147,000
All warning lights came on in the dash panel. Seemed to run fine but made appointment to have it looked at. When taking it in the next day, the lights were no longer on but they were able to get a code that said the hybrid battery may be failing. Just bought this car less than a year ago for my daughter due to an almost (could have been) fatal car accident 6 months before. She previously had a Honda civic Hybrid that the battery acted up in the extreme cold. Is it common with hybrids to act up in cold weather. Has anyone else had any problem like this? DO NOT want to have to spend $2000-$3000 for that battery.
CAR DOES NOT RESPOND TO KEYLESS ENTRY FOR- YET KEYLESS FOR EMITS A SIGNA EVIDENCED BY LIGHT FRON REMOTE-- THE ORIGINAL KEY STORED IN THE REMOTE WILL NOT OPEN THE DOOR.. HAVE CHANGED THE BATTERY IN THE REMOTE
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