2005 Toyota Prius Q&A

2005 Toyota Prius Question: Warning light for Battery

My car has been running fine, even this morning. Now when I went out to it the "car" warning light is flashing. I looked in the manual and it says it is the battery. What things could be wrong and how much should they cost? -
Answer 1
Batteries unfortunately have a limited life -- fortunately the Prius has an 8 year /80,000 mile warranty on the battery. So you should just call up the dealer and hae them fix it. -
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