Question about 2007 Toyota Prius
This is a scheduled check-up programed into your cars computer. They will put your car on a computer to check the electronics. They do a service on the vehicle. Some of these maintenance are covered under your warranty. Check with you dealership to see if your covered. Dealership make most of their money when they sell you parts( its in the markup). You can call, and they will tell you the prices. You can bring in your own parts, but they will not give any warranty on the work. Usually they will change the oil, and air filter. Change the oil, and check the coolant, an add any if needed. They will make sure the injectors and throttle body is working. Basically, they will give it a complete going over. You can call, and they will tell you what is going to be done. If you don't want to spend the money, your local mechanic can reset the light. The service is up to you. I would call the dealer, and ask first, before you make your mind up. Hope this helps.
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