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post #91 of 98 Old 01-12-2018, 11:04 PM
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I have a 2012 Camry Hybrid XLE that needs a new 12v battery. The Odyssey battery AutoZone ordered didn't have a vent so I returned it. I called the main Toyota Parts line and all she could tell me is that it's a 12v battery. After half an hour at my Toyota Dealership, I'm told I need the Toyota Part Number 2880036050.

Has anyone tried the Optima battery made for the Prius (DS46B24R) in the Camry? I had no idea finding a replacement a battery would be this involved.
My dealer says the 12v battery is still available.

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How is a hybrid supposed to work?

Iím still trying to figure out my engine failed to start problem and have a couple of dumb newbie questions because I have never owned a hybrid. The engine starts and idles but in Park or Neutral if I step on the gas it doesnít rev up or do anything like a regular car - is this normal? If I start to drive the same thing, engine doesnít really rev and about a block or two it shuts off, Check Hybrid System message appears and I have to hightail it back home in EV mode before the battery goes dead. Engine will not start again until I reset the POAOF code with techstream.

So my question is: is there anything odd about it not revving up in Neutral or Park when I step on the accelerator or is that how itís supposed to act?

For some reason the ECU is cutting it out and setting the DTC putting it in protected mode but Iím not sure if maybe my throttle isnít responding or I have maybe a bad fuel flow or whatever...

Iím thinking of putting it on Craigslist for a ridiculously low price.

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Engine SHOULD NOT rev in N or P.

More details would help provoke a discussion: What year? What model? How many miles on the odo? Has there been any work done on the car?

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Check hybrid battery with Torque app

http://torqueloganalyzer.blogspot.co...rid-check.html
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I'll have to borrow my sons Google Pixel to check out the battery on my wifes Camry.

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Wish I knew this when I had my hybrids. Each buyer had only one concern - if hybrid battery will go bad. This is a great selling tool, if you could show state of charge of each cell. Apparently, they have custom PIDs for most Toyota/Lexus models, just need to get them.



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Apparently those apps: Hybrid Assistant & Hybrid Reporter also show battery state without any special PIDs required, as they already have them for the most of hybrids.


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Hybrid vehicle 12V battery

I found that Batteries Plus carries deep cycle AGM batteries for $209 here in Seattle metro. That's less than Optima. Also, sales guy told me that Optimas were sold to Johnson Supply and are now made in China, with according lower quality.
Ones at Battery Plus are Duracell. No, no vent provision but I do not believe you really need it.



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