Question about 2005 Toyota Prius
Went to dealer and they can not seem to find anything wrong with the car. The car seems to be running fine...but I am nervous about taking it on a long trip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try to reset for a momentany failure, disconnect the negative battery terminal few minutes, then reconnect and start engine
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
okay.how would the injectors have anything to do with the vehicle stability control/4wd.??if it were injectors at such a low mileage you would feel a real lack of power.now as toyota own diahatsu you could save yourself a fortune if you ask them to diagnose a fault!!to check vsc is working put car in 2nd and floor the pedal turning as tight a circle you can brave.it should stop the inside wheels from screaming....to check 4wd do the same and you will feel the car trying to pull itself apart.you will see what i mean.!!!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
P0A93 is an inverter cooling problem. The inverter is cooled by a dedicated cooling system, which consists of an electric water pump, cooling fan, and radiator. This cooling system is independent of the engine cooling system.The mechanic should check if there is sufficient amount of coolant for the inverter, check if the coolant hose is not bent or clogged, if the water pump / cooling fan motor connections are ok, and of course if both of the cooling fan motors are OK
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
SOURCE: My check engine light and
your O2 sensor heater circuit is not working. Can be caused by wiring, including connector, or sensor. Check connector. If good, it's probably the sensor. You can troubleshoot the sensor if you have an ohmmeter. If you want to do this, please get back to me and I'll send instructions.
The sensor is screwed into the exhaust manifold on the front of the engine.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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