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My Prius died going down the road and has never been able to start ever since

My Prius died going down the road and won't start

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SOURCE: died driving down the road, no problem turning over, but won't start

It souds like the same problem i had a few months ago, have your timing belt checked, i am most certainly sure that it is the belt, usualy the belt breaks, or slips off the pulley.......hope this is helpful.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 prius starts but with heavy shaking then dies

battery problem, has few TSB for battery condition

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1989 toyota corolla quits when going down road but still turns over

i have a 2001 toyota corolla you can crank it it starts right up for 3 secvonds then dies if you cut the key back off and turn it back on it cranks for 3 more seconds i checked the fuel relay its good not sure if the crank positiong sensor could be a problem

Posted on Aug 29, 2012

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