Hi All, I have an '06, well maintained Prius by a Toyotal dealership since purchase. I had front end damage in August due to a road tire hitting my under-carriage. Gerber Auto "fixed" the damage and upon picking up the car I the car threw P0A93. Gerber then filled the inverter coolant and I was on my way. Fast forward to a couple days ago. I'm driving and all is well. I pull in a gas station to fill my tires with air due to the low tire pressure light lit. I pulled in the parking spot and put the car in reverse to "right" my parking when the car made a high pitched alarm noise and the dash lit up with the Brake Light, Red Triangle, VSC, ABS, exclamation mark with a circle around it and parentheses around the circle, the tire warning light (which was already lit before the other lights lit up) and on the MFD display a car with an exclamation mark lit up. I dropped my car at the dealership and they say they find nothing wrong with it and that they found 2 codes thrown -C1241 and P0A08. They said the auxiliary battery showed a drop in the voltage to just over 10 and could be what cause the issue. Today the battery tests fine. Note - I had my heat and headlights on but in no time that this occurred was my car just sitting for any time. I drove around 25 minutes before the event and was not stationary at the gas station when the event occurred. I asked them to check whatever would throw P0A93 code (which I understand to be the inverter fluid) just in case Gerber's work wasn't completed correctly and continued to be a problem. They checked everything out and find nothing wrong (which I find to be an unreasonable answer in light of the dash lighting up like this). Any ideas? PS my hybrid battery was replaced a few years ago by the same Toyota dealer.