1. Diagnostic Testing:

    • Identify and diagnose the issues affecting the hybrid battery. This may involve using specialized diagnostic tools to assess the overall health of the battery, individual cell voltages, and other relevant parameters.

  2. Balancing Cells:

    • In some cases, reconditioning involves balancing the charge levels of individual cells within the battery pack. Balancing ensures that all cells contribute evenly to the overall performance of the battery.

  3. Deep Cycling:

    • Deep cycling the battery involves fully charging and then fully discharging it. This process is aimed at breaking down crystalline formations on the battery plates and improving overall capacity.

  4. Cell Replacement:

    • If specific cells within the battery pack are identified as weak or faulty, they may be replaced with new or reconditioned cells. This can help restore the overall health of the battery.

  5. Software Updates:

    • Updating the hybrid system's software can sometimes address issues related to battery performance and efficiency. Manufacturers may release updates to optimize battery management algorithms.

  6. Temperature Control:

    • Maintaining the battery within a specific temperature range is crucial for its longevity. Some reconditioning services may involve optimizing the cooling and heating systems of the battery to ensure it operates in an ideal temperature range.

  7. Capacity Testing:

    • After reconditioning, the battery may undergo capacity testing to evaluate its ability to hold and deliver a charge. This helps ensure that the reconditioning process was successful in improving the battery's performance.

  8. Final Testing and Calibration:

    • The reconditioned battery undergoes final testing to ensure it meets performance standards. Calibration may be necessary to integrate the battery with the vehicle's hybrid system.