Question about 2002 Toyota Prius
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We DISAGREE with the "check the fuel pump" solution.
What you really need to do, is determine if your oil changer is using the CORRECT oil for your car. The correct weight of oil is very, VERY important. You can easily determine if your oil changer is using the wrong viscosity oil....Simply remove the air intake tube from the throttle body, and manually open it. If you see liquid oil present in the intake, you have been wronged by your oil changer. This is a VERY common issue. The wrong viscosity of oil can and will cause you your issue.
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