Prius Died + Fuse AM2 Blown? How To Replace Inverter Pump
Watch me fix my 2006 Generation 2 Prius in the parking lot of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Learn how to diagnose and replace a bad inverter water pump.
So your Gen II Prius just died and you find that the AM2 fuse is blown, you may even smell burnt plastic or see smoke after replacing the fuse and trying to start! It’s not an electrical fire, but a smart reaction to a mechanical problem, A faulty Inverter Coolant Pump. The pump must be replaced or the inverter will overheat to destruction.
Fortunately, with the right tools, you could get back on the road as fast as you can get a replacement pump and fuse. You might even fix it on the side of the road if you had to.
Watch me fix my 2006 Generation 2 Prius in the parking lot of Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Learn how to diagnose and replace a bad Prius inverter water pump.
Watch how to do the repair with little time and limited mess.
This is not intended to replace professional advice. I’m not a mechanic hat knows all the potential problems that symptoms point to. You do you.
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