Hybrid Car Repair
Hybrids require trained technicians with the proper equipment to maintain them. That’s where the ASE-Certified hybrid repair technicians at Wheeling Auto Center come in. We have the cutting-edge technology necessary to diagnose and repair all makes and models of hybrid vehicles quickly and skillfully. This includes the Toyota Prius, the Ford Fusion Hybrid, the Honda Civic Hybrid, the Chevrolet Volt, and many others.
Hybrid Repair FAQs
Why are hybrid repair mechanics different from mechanics who work on standard vehicles?
At Wheeling, our mechanics have the proper tools, training, and equipment to be able to safely work on hybrid vehicles. If your mechanic isn’t familiar with how hybrids work, they may not be able to repair your vehicle in a manner that is both safe and efficient.
What happens if the IMA light turns on in my vehicle?
If you notice your IMA light turning on in your hybrid, it indicates that your battery either needs maintenance or a full replacement. To learn more about what this means and what you’ll need to do, read our blog post on IMA lights.
What does the battery in my hybrid do?
The battery in your hybrid vehicle is what assists the engine to provide power and maximize your overall fuel economy while driving.
How will I notice if my battery is wearing out?
Though some hybrid vehicles will display a warning or service light when the battery is wearing out, you’ll also be able to tell if your fuel economy starts decreasing and it becomes more difficult to start your vehicle.