Hardly ever drive at night which leads me to the question, how did it burn out if I don't use it. I include as all electric including hatch, were battery is located was non-functional. I found a huge forum on it, but can't seem to locate it now. Not sure if we were not turning off correctly, or if rear decklid not closed all of the way and some interior light left on. Once that dash piece is moved you will see the 4 screws that hold the stereo in. But with much of the Prius' appeal predicated on its fuel economy and affordability, does require big sacrifices on either front? Two were replaced by mechanic or dealer, two by owner himself.
I tracked down the individual commector part number in the Toyota design parts list and stopped by the dealer. Must repalce cellphone with different type. Look closely at the point where the wires all combine into one large group. Local shop diagnosed bad brake control power supply. This also has an effect on the feedback to the driver, with very little road vibration transmitted to the wheel.
Compressor was covered under a 1 year warranty. I argued to no avail. Note that I always drive with my headlights on. Big headache for a little line of code. So far, everything seems fine. In all cases, complete silence, no whir.
It was for the other side from the one done several years ago and the cost for the repair was much less. I had it replaced and the problems stopped. A: Press the reset button on both the changer and the remote. I got tired of it and resorted to pulling on the front of the cd changer with a pair of pliers. Dealer examined it and said that the condenser needs a replacement.
Dealer tested for electrical issues and did not find anything. Car is used for rural mail delivery. At first blush, adding cost and reducing the efficiency of a Toyota Prius seems like a bad deal. Have had to replace headlight bulbs several times. Water had gotten into the relay and caused a short. At the very least, they will be able to get the disc out.
He looked it up for me and Toyota will not sell the connector seperately. The system works well enough, with easy-to-use menus and physical shortcut buttons, though its graphics aren't especially fancy. Thank you so much for trying to help. Ordered after-market part on ebay and replaced myself in about 20 minutes. Replaced Drivers side headlight ballast, water got into the headlight assembly and burnt it up.
Extra repair cost if complete pc board needs to be replaced. I am so happy that I thought about Car Talk after I grew frustrated trying to find a forum on the web. We might carry small gel battery for emergency. Toyota won't pay to upgrade the undersized wiring harness once the car is out of warranty. I look forward to hearing step two. Bulbs last about a year before failing.
Unplug connections and once assembly is out then you can just remove the 4 bolts on each side of the stereo. Unit replaced under warrantty 51000 mi Replace Bluetooth module-unsuccessful repair 51000 mi Bluetooth module finally 'repaired'. Will they say there is nothing they can do? Radio was actually replaced on this trip. Half the price of the dealer. We Rarely deal with dealerships. Will wait until next Dealer-paid oil change to repair.
The consumption mpg screen on the instrument panel displayed inaccurate information. You have to open that little storage door for cd's? I can't afford help like that. Then between 6 and 43 mph, the motor only kicks in if the front wheels slip. I took it apart, cleaned and put back together. Both bulbs replaced with 6000K color. Non dealer said it was the controller. Otherwise, this car drives just like a standard Toyota Prius.