When a Toyota Prius Shift malfunctions, it can prevent your car from shifting into gear. To release the malfunctioning shift, you need to consult the car owner’s manual to find out where the release lock is situated and use your key to release the shift lock override.
Suppose you are experiencing problems with your Toyota Prius fuel tank not filling all the way. It may be because of a clogged or faulty evaporative emissions control system (EVAP) that collects fuel vapors from the tank and moves them to the manifold for combustion.
Pairing your Toyota Prius Bluetooth means connecting your phone to the car’s infotainment system to allow wireless data exchange between the two devices. The advantage of the wireless Bluetooth system lies in allowing you to access functions on your phone without using your hands.
Apple CarPlay is a system that allows you to access iOS apps hands-free. It does this by routing your connection through the car’s infotainment system. …
If the Toyota Prius radio display/screen isn’t working there is an internal issue with the display itself. It could be a faulty display or a malfunction with its circuit board. Unfortunately, this will require having the display/screen replaced or repaired.
Toyota Prius hood latch that won’t close is typically the result of corrosion developing on the latch itself. This corrosion can prevent the latch from closing properly and instead keep it in the open position. To correct this problem, liberally spray the entire latch mechanism with WD40.
If your Toyota Prius’s trunk is not working, a good first place to check is to ensure that your car battery and keyfob are working correctly. These are both simple and easy to fix. If both are functioning correctly you should turn your attention to your latching mechanism, lock, and your trunk’s hydraulic pistons.
If your Toyota Prius windows are not working, often you can solve the issue without removing your door panel. The first areas that you should check are your window’s power sources and attempt a reset. If that does not solve the issue you can easily access the components of the window by removing the interior of your doors.
If your Toyota Prius doors won’t open from inside, the door lock actuator may have failed. First, check that the fuse has not blown and that you have a fully charged starter battery. If the master door lock on the driver’s side fails to lock the doors, then it is probably the switch that is faulty.
When your Toyota Prius air conditioner is not turning on, you should first check the fuse book for a blown fuse. Then check that the belt driving your compressor is working properly. They can sometimes break after many years of use or the serpentine belt may stretch or wear.
If your Toyota Prius hazard lights won’t turn off, you most likely have not depressed the correct button or haven’t pressed the right button firmly enough. The hazard light button is the triangular button in the middle of the dashboard. Pressing it with enough force should cease the blinking.