How long does a 2003 Honda Civic hybrid battery last?
between 6 to 10 years
Those who had spent money from their pocket by replacing the battery also got an extra limited warranty of three years or 36,000 miles on the new battery replacement. This warranty coverage has helped many Honda owners to mitigate their loss. Usually, a hybrid battery lifespan is somewhere between 6 to 10 years.
What kind of battery does a 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid take?
The recommended replacement battery for the 2003 Civic Hybrid is a 12-volt, OEM battery with absorbent glass mat (AGM) technology, a 51R group size, and a minimum of 410 cold-cranking amps (CCA).
Can a 2004 Honda Civic Hybrid run without IMA battery?
A 2004 Civic Hybrid MT will start and drive around with the IMA system completely disabled (the breaker flipped, emulating a no-HV-battery condition). The 12V charging circuit will not function at all under moderate acceleration or at a stop.
How do you bypass an IMA battery?
All you have to do is flip the big battery switch in the IMA box to off. You don’t have to disconnect any plugs. Stay under 4k rpms or the battery light will come on for 10-20 seconds. It also comes on when you first start the car for a few seconds.
What happens when Honda Civic hybrid battery dies?
You may wonder, “if my hybrid battery dies, can I still drive the car?” The answer is no. Your car will not turn on and you won’t be able to operate it until you repair or replace the battery regardless if you have a Ford Fusion or Toyota Camry Hybrid.
What happens if hybrid battery dies?
What Happens When A Hybrid Car Battery Dies? You may wonder, “if my hybrid battery dies, can I still drive the car?” The answer is no. Your car will not turn on and you won’t be able to operate it until you repair or replace the battery regardless if you have a Ford Fusion or Toyota Camry Hybrid.
What happens when IMA battery dies?
Your vehicle will feel more lethargic than normal and have slower acceleration. This happens because your IMA is not properly assisting your engine. This puts more load on the combustion engine resulting in less power, because the supplemental power from the hybrid battery is not present.
Can you replace the battery in a Honda Civic Hybrid?
If you are driving a Honda Civic Hybrid, chances are that you have lost a little sleep over the replacement cost of your Honda Civic Hybrid battery pack. Until now there were few options for your Honda Civic Hybrid Battery Replacement, either you go to the dealer, or you risk having someone repair it by changing out a single module.
How long does it take to recondition a Honda Civic battery?
We use quality upgraded parts during the reconditioning process. Every Honda Civic battery goes through an extensive testing and rebuild process which takes several days. The final testing for the Honda Civic hybrid batteries are real world profile that puts the same demands on the pack as real world driving.
How to tell if a hybrid battery module is bad?
There is a 1:20 chance (or worse) that the module is in fact bad since most used modules come from defective Honda Civic Hybrid batteries that are just disassembled and sold piece by piece. Here is what we recommend: Call us when you see the red triangle or have a P0A7F (hybrid battery pack deterioration) code.
How long is the warranty on a green bean battery?
Our Green Bean Warranty – All Green Bean Batteries come with a 3 Year Unlimited Mileage Warranty with an optional Lifetime Upgrade option. Mobile Installation – Give us a call and we will have your battery replaced in about 1 hours time once you have determined it needs replaced.