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SOURCE: how do you change the rear wiper blade on a 2007

either you go to the dealor and get a whole new arm wich is toyotas solution to the problem or you go to the auto parst store and ask them for 16 inch insert not a blade just an insert most stores will even instal it for you

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

SOURCE: How do I fix the headlights of my 2007 Toyota Prius comes on/off

it is problem with relay of headlight just chech your fuse box cover where it mention that which relay is for what, go at head light relay and replace that with other one like horn,wiper after that drive the car if problem is solved than replace that first relay, if problem is still there iyou have to replace combination switch.

Posted on Jan 24, 2010

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some vehicles have a sensor that attaches to the brake pads and when they wear to the point that the sensor touches the rotor, it'll wear the plastic off the sensor and touch the metal inside to trigger a replace brakes light on your dash. im not familiar with the prius's system, but if you had a wire going to your brake pads, you'll need to replace it. once the sensor is triggered, it's no good anymore.

Posted on Feb 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Is there a seperate fuse for a 2007 toyota rav4

There are three fuse boxes (or fuse blocks) on the '07 RAV4--two in the engine compartment and the other by the driver's left knee. I'm sure there's a fuse for the wiper. Unfortunately it's likely to be on the UNDERSIDE of the interior fuse block. You'll need a mirror to locate the fuses since even if you get your head under there the fuses are too close to see (unless you're incredibly near-sighted).
My rear window wiper has operated intermittently since nearly the day I bought it. The dealer says to replace the motor for $400+. I just live with its craziness. There's probably a short or loose connection, but I haven't found it yet.

Posted on Jan 05, 2011

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