Possibly. I would suggest
Possibly. I would suggest you do a power reset procedure and see what that does for you.
See bottom of this article for directions as it also relates to your car:
In your case you may have to do it a couple of times in a week to see if that will help condition the bad cells (1-2 or so are usually the culprit).
Is your car equipped with a manual transmission or a CVT? From the mileage I would gather you have an MT model? I could be wrong but this tends to follow a bit of a statistical pattern since MT equipped models (depending on how they are driven) are known to have a shorter lived pack.
Thanks M. Santos, I'll give
Thanks M. Santos, I'll give that a try.
I have automatic transmission. I had a long commute when I first go the car, but later I was able to use mass transit, and now have a short commute. So, while I think the miles are high for 6.5 years, I guess that's perspective.
I'd really like to know how
I'd really like to know how did you solve this, I have a similar problem and nothing seems to work, not without some serious expenses anyways. I intended to get an used car Harrisburg so that can keep my hybrid in perfect shape, I guess I'll have to wait a little longer for this to happen.