It was a cold and windy morning. One of those where I could not wait to get the car started and warmed up so I could turn the heater on. When I went to start the car, nothing at all occurred. As I looked toward the middle of the dashboard I saw that the red triangle lit up. The battery was dead.
My time had come. To find a hybrid battery replacement for my car. I pulled out the yellow pages on my lunch break and started calling some dealerships to see how much a hybrid battery replacement would cost me. I was in shock about the price range. A hybrid battery replacement was going to run me an average of four digits.
So it all came down to the fact that I had three options to find a hybrid battery replacement and get my car back on the road. Which became a top priority on my list. I have a wife and she was going to have a baby in a month. So I had no choice. I needed to find a hybrid battery replacement with no time to go bargain shopping.
So I had three options in my adventure to find a hybrid battery replacement.
I could call around and see how much a rebuilt battery would cost. I could purchase a new battery for my car to replace the dead one I had. The last one on the list was to just go out and buy a new car.
From all the dealerships I called the price for a hybrid battery replacement was the same. It would cost me four thousand dollars. The battery was eight years old with a couple of months added on top of that. Remembering it was guaranteed I pulled out the warranty from my files. It was guaranteed for eight years. Go figure.
I called up one of the dealerships and asked their opinion about buying a rebuilt battery. They informed me that I could get one from the factory. He told me the price averaged around three thousand dollars. You gotta be kidding me! At that price, I might as well go the extra yard and buy a new hybrid battery replacement.
I did not like the three options I had and my bank account disliked them even more. When I realized I had a fourth option. Look online and see if there is anything for a hybrid battery replacement recommended there. Where do I start? On eBay or CraigsList? There is probably something on Amazon somewhere! They seem to sell a little bit of everything.
The words refurbished and rebuilt kept flashing in my mind. So I typed rebuilt hybrid battery replacement in the search box and gave it a click. Which came up with sites about batteries and car dealerships. So I tried it again with quotes. This is when something that never came to mind popped up on the screen. A guide on how to rebuild the hybrid battery you have.
If you do not take a look at something the only loser is you. It was probably a hybrid battery replacement guide for some mechanic with ten years of experience. I had nothing but time on my hands at the moment so it could not hurt to look.
I started to read the page and as usual, was quick to scroll to the bottom to see how much this guide would cost. When I stopped halfway to read some testimonials from others who had purchased this hybrid battery replacement guide. A couple of guys wrote that they accomplished this in one week with the help of this guide.
I looked at my wife sitting across the living room who was eight months pregnant. Then my eyes went back to the screen to continue reading. They said the total cost for their hybrid battery replacement came to a total of five hundred dollars using this guide. I did not need to read anymore. The cost was more in my price range and I needed to get that car back on the road.