It's called a combination meter and it's the circuit board and display that shows your speed, fuel gauge, and gear information.
If it fails your car can still be driven in most cases but it poses a safety hazard if you don't know how fast your going or how much gas you have.
The cost to have your combination meter replaced by the dealer is normally $1000 - $1200 for parts and labor.We will replace your combination meter that has been programmed to match your cars existing mileage and VIN.
All combination meters are professionally rebuilt using new upgraded components to ensure proper operation for the life of your Prius.
Here are a few common Toyota Hybrid trouble codes and their meanings:
P0A80 - Replace Hybrid Battery: This code indicates that the hybrid battery pack is not functioning properly, and may need to be replaced.
P0A03 - Replace Inverter Coolant Pump.
P0A7F - Battery Pack Cooling Fan: This code indicates a problem with the battery pack cooling fan circuit, which may require repair or replacement.
P3190 - Hybrid Inverter Assembly: This code indicates a problem with the hybrid inverter assembly, which converts DC power from the battery to AC power for the electric motor.
P0A0D - Hybrid System Interlock: This code indicates a problem with the interlock system that prevents the hybrid system from starting or running when it is not safe to do so.
P0A1F - Engine Failed to Start: This code indicates that the engine failed to start due to a problem with the hybrid system.
P0A05 - Engine Failed to Run: This code indicates that the engine failed to run properly due to a problem with the hybrid system.
P0A1B - Hybrid Battery System Voltage: This code indicates a problem with the voltage level in the hybrid battery system.
P0A90 - Battery Module Deterioration: This code indicates that one or more battery modules within the hybrid battery pack have deteriorated and may need to be replaced.