Question about 2002 Toyota Prius
No, not the battery. Check your manual to see if this is a check engine light or a warning light for another system. If the car turns off suddenly while driving, you may have a dirty ISC motor which is a common problem on all Toyotas. It takes about 1.25 hours to clean this (because it is hard to get to) and clean the trottle body. The check engine light may point you to this. Also, there may be a sensor causing all of your woes. TPS or throttle position sensor can do this, but is not the only cause. You may need to first find out if there is a check engine light code first and then go from there.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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