Hi all, i have a 2005 Prius with 156,000 miles. while i was driving in town the red triangle of death came on and then car wouldnt drive or reverse once i parked it. got it towed to dealership and they said it threw a code that indicated failed inverter. Over $7000 repair with labor. i wont get it fixed there for obvious reasons, but im wondering if its worth fixing at all through another mechanic. a few questions: how much should a new inverter cost? Is getting a second hand inverter a bad idea?/cost estimate for that i read in another thread about how even dealerships can misdiagnose codes when it comes to prius’s, (and especially with the common code that indicates inverter failure because it can also mean a few other things), so im wondering how likely that is. Technician also said hybrid battery is on the lower side and down the line it will have to be replaced. Taking all that into consideration, is it worth making an inverter fix even if it will be less than the dealership said. additionally, the abs system threw a code. dealership saying that actuator and accumulator need replacing (though from my research they are essentially the same part for gen 2 if im not mistaken). Is that an absolutely necessary fix for the car to be drivable or can i hold off a little while if i decide to fix the inverter? finally, the 12v battery was also pretty low. Probably bc the inverter failed. im just wanting to make sure that I am not missing something and the dealership is giving me the right info. Thank you in advance prius community.