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Asked by Dec 31, 2015 at 04:15 AM about the 2008 Honda Civic Hybrid w/ Navigation

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hey guy I need help fast I have a 2008 Honda Civic hybrid
and all of a sudden my outlets for my chargers stopped
working and my stereo which is factory touch screen navi
shut completely off. My fuses are right above my hood
latch and I made sure I bought the right ones which are
LP's and just replaced my acc socket one and the radio
one and it is still not working:/ I need help somebody..
Anybody?

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Unless it's an easy fix, like what you've already checked, I'd let the Honda Dealer look at it. Hybrid batteries have enough power in them to kill you!! These are no joke!! We sell them occasionally at NAPA, where I work. They come in a wooden crate with about 2 inches of insulation packed around the actual battery. I'd let Honda diagnose the problem then if you can fix it yourself go ahead. It's better to pay them a $100 diagnosis fee then put yourself in harm's way. HTH. -Jim

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