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Toyota Prius hazard lights blinking constantly


i have a 2010 Prius that we bought new. It has had no problems, but I can tell you from my study of the Prius that pretty much nothing is simple. The easiest way to reset stuff is to disconnect the a start battery connection. You can look on the net how to start a Prius with jumper cables to the engine compartment, and disconnect the start battery there. If you are not comfortable with that, the start battery is in the rear near the spare tire. Disconnect the negative cable only, wait 15 minutes and reconnect. You may have to reprogram your radio push buttons, but so what. If this doesn't work, take it to a shop (maybe toyota dealership) that can read and interpret the trouble codes for a 2010 Prius. Enjoy the car, we do.

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Dec 03, 2017 | Toyota Cars & Trucks

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Front axle nut torque specs for 07 prius


Prius 2003 - 2007
INSTALL FRONT AXLE HUB NUT Using a 30 mm socket wrench, install a new hub nut.
Torque: 216 N*m (2,200 kgf*cm, 159 ft.*lbf).

Apr 10, 2017 | 2007 Toyota Prius

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07 Toyota Prius tire pressure light flashes then stays on can I reset it?


If tires are actually at correct pressure sending units inside tires may need new batteries. Tire shops can deal with this and usually offer to take care of this when you buy tires.

Jul 01, 2015 | 2007 Toyota Prius

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Warning lights on again toyota prius


Here's a link to the fusible links,check and see if they are good.It's next to the battery,here's another link to the wiring.Look at engine control,enlarge.

Dec 23, 2012 | 2002 Toyota Prius

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2007 Prius 12V axillary battery drains if parked for more than 48 hours. Fuse number 39 has started failing at times and seems related to the battery drain issue.


1. When you attempted to jumpstart the car, how likely is it that you reversed the polarity of the battery cables?
2. Based upon your description, this sounds likely to me. Therefore:
3. Check for blown fuses. In particular check the 15A DOME and 10A ETCS fuses. Check means that you do not just rely upon visual inspection, but use a digital multimeter to measure resistance across each fuse. Also, look at the fusible link assembly which is a 5" long plastic box with clear cover, located in the main relay/fuse box next to the inverter. You are looking for a blown link at the 100A DC/DC position.
4. If you found blown fuses per #3, then it is highly likely you botched the jumpstart. In that case you need to inspect for other blown fuses besides those listed in #3.
5. Once you are 100% sure that no blown fuses exist, try to make the Prius READY. If you cannot, then tow the car to your local Toyota dealer for assistance. It may be necessary to replace the inverter which is easily damaged with a botched jumpstart.
6. Press ******* the brake pedal while you are trying to make the Prius READY.

Good luck.

May 27, 2017 | 2007 Toyota Prius

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Im working on a 05 toyota prius and i have a code of p0a0d?? can you help??


http://priuschat.com/forums/gen-ii-prius-care-maintenance-troubleshooting/78276-07-prius-wont-start-after-repairs.html

Service plug failure

Feb 05, 2011 | 2004 Toyota Prius

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I have a warning light on my 2008 pack 5 PRIUS. It is a red light with a key symbol. This is not the yellow one that comes on when you leave your key in the car. Everything seems fine except for this...


That is the light that tells potential thieves the car has an immobilizer. What you describe is normal operation.

Look in the manual for "immobilizer".

Oct 11, 2009 | 2008 Toyota Prius

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Prius screeching noise before starting


Probably your fuel pump, have it looked at by a mechanic.

Jul 22, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Prius

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Replacing drivers side head light bulb 2004 Prius


The bulb isnt bad to replace. Is it HID? There is a round black plastic cover that needs to be unscrewed. A dealer normally charges .3 to change a bulb. If youre having difficulty, pay a professional. Its really not that difficult.

Dec 27, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Prius

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Prius series 1 (1998) warning sign


You will need to have this light reset with a scan tool, it is stored in a non-volatile (stays in memory with or without battery voltage) memory. Have the dealer check the cause, better than a tow bill.

Sep 02, 2008 | 2001 Toyota Prius

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