And durango in las vegas nevada when failure occured. This could lead to serious injuries and deaths. The dealer's service department reported that three errors had been logged: c1247 - stroke sensor c1300 - abs ecu malfunction c2318 - low voltage error resetting the computers cleared the warning indications and restored normal brake system behavior. Also, the bulb is very difficult to access and replace, and toyota reportedly charges a lot to replace and install these bulbs. On 17 December 2012 at 27,324 miles the brakes again failed with the same set of warning lights illuminated. Suddenly,all the warning lights on the dashboard lit up and the car stopped working while driving at 75 mph. Also very curvy, and I was lucky not to get killed!!!!! This happens almost on a daily basis every 2 days would be more like it , particularly when I drive on the bumpy country dirt roads around where I live.
Please do update the thread once you get a solid diagnosis. It is odd that some people can go 100K or more with no pump failure. After a few minutes you can turn the headlights back on and they may stay lit for few minutes or several hours. I see from a nyt article that it has been reported to your agency but you haven't taken action. I can provide a copy of the now-paid service bill. The failure mileage was approximately 165,600.
I had it towed to the toyota dealership at the time and they replaced the electric water pump, the water pump, and the battery. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act foia , 5 u. The dealer is not sure where it is coming from. Tried a couple more times and then suddenly it was fine and it started! I have been stopped by the police once for this, and have noticed it now on my own many times since; almost every time I drive. Two female occupants both with minor injuries, one transported to hospital Complaint Number: 10937659 Incident Date: December 23, 2016 Date Added to File: December 27, 2016 Description of the Complaint: Cluster went blank and vehicle would not power off, key fob stuck in ignition. Yesterday, she went to leave and the car was lit up like a Christmas tree. The car was purchased in the u.
Happens when vehicle is moving and when stationary. Because of this problem, the handle is harder to use, making it difficult to open the trunk. I had called a local dealer when I purchased the vehicle to see if there was any kind of recalls and they said none for this vehicle. But after a couple of weeks it's doing it again. The battery cooling fan stays running. In some vehicles the air bag power supply is routed through this cable and the air bag power supply fails when the spiral cable fails.
The brakes also felt very stiff after this. Complaint Number: 10748808 Incident Date: July 29, 2015 Date Added to File: August 14, 2015 Description of the Complaint: Vehicle was off and in park. In doing research I have found this is a common defect with the toyota prius years 2006-2009. A few days later while I was driving on a city street at about 20 mph the same 3 lights came on and the brakes locked up. Dash lights would just disappear no display for speed or gear b.
Is there a cheaper way to fix it myself? While driving 70 mph, the brake booster malfunctioned. The manufacturer is aware of the failure, but the fuel tank cannot be replaced in these vehicles. Light was replaced by dealer about a year ago. When driving at night I noticed that the headlights shut off intermittently. This is the same problem that the 2010 Prius had under the recall. When I asked dealer about warranty, he said there is a warranty enhancement but it will only cover 9 years from date of purchase.
Discussion in 'Gen 2 Prius Care, Maintenance and Troubleshooting' started by NorthStar, Jul 26, 2005. The car's hatch leaks water in from rain and car washes and it collects around the 12v battery. That'd suck though - only about 4 years old and the battery might be going dead? I hope the replacement battery has a decent warranty. I could not lock it. You are supposed to get all the tire pressures right, then park the car on a level lot and turn the drive off.
I however have a problem with your jumps in assumptions and one might do well to fill in all those gaps. This should be covered by Toyota with all the other brake recall problems with this year and model. What else can I do. It did not seem normal to me. I have tried contacting them before, though it was to report numerous other issues. It's simply an indicator used to remind you to have your oil changed.