Question about 2004 Toyota Prius
The first thing that I would check is the weight of oil in the engine crankcase. If you put the wrong weight oil in the engine, you can expect your Prius to do bizaare things. What is printed on the oil fill cap is the ONLY oil that will work properly. If you do have the wrong weight oil, it will puddle in the intake manifold, under the throttle body, You will have to remove the air intake hose and manually open the throttle plate to see the oil puddle. This is an unfortunatly common occurance.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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