The dealer is more than willing to sell me a new cluster obviously. It worked normally before so I did something. Problem still exists, but less frequent. If she stops at a stop sign it works. The issue is that the pleats on the one that came with the car run in a different direction than the one I purchased from my local Toyota dealer. I had noticed it was delayed in starting up a very few times over the past few weeks or months.
The car is now at 156,000 miles 12-30-2015 and the part is starting to fail again. Blower fan will occasionally stop blowing. Dealer said there was a bad gasket causing Freon leak. They have checked for leaks, recharged the compressor and checked the freon and still nothing. Big headache for a little line of code.
I replaced battery and no longer have any problems starting. Replaced for 270 - dealer credit of 50. The blower speed doesn't change the compressor's power usage. Yes, it dims when you point a flashlight at it, yet driving around at night it does not work. The air conditioning in my 2002 Chevy Trailblazer works but never gets really cold. Almost an electrical buzzing noise of a solanoid but it was coming from the two fans.
I removed it and sent it to a shop that services these displays. When I went over big bumps in the road, it would sometimes turn on. Pull the blower wheel from the blower motor shaft. El Cajon Toyota made a Blu-Logic manufactures recommended repair. All of them have to do with the skid control ecu. About 40 min total time. Repair manual suggested action where it displays some codes.
. This is a chronic problem with this year Prius. I have a 2000 yukon and the climate control stopped working. Got warranty work on steering column. Toyota won't pay to upgrade the undersized wiring harness once the car is out of warranty. It's not a change in flow, it's a change in temperature. My 2005 Prius, 88K miles, has developed an odd quirk.
Stock except for a leveling kit and an aftermarket head unit. Any sort of electrical spikes or excessive current from a bad relay will blow the fuse and cut power in order to protect the system. Thanks to all who posted before me. Napa Auto Repair Center confirmed Toyota dealers initial diagnosis of bad air conditioner compressor. Not sure why the one side burns out frequently.
Didn't do it myself because replacing the bulb requires detaching an air hose. Unfortunately Toyota National is closed between Christmas and New Years. Second dealer repaired the problem. The floor is staying dry. It is starting to happen on a daily basis now. Defog still works from touchscreen controls. Hardly ever drive at night which leads me to the question, how did it burn out if I don't use it.
Car sat there for 2 days non driven. When this symptom happens your blower motor resistor has gone open circuit. Oct 21, 2010 This is what you are looking for. Then all of sudden nothing but hot air goes through the vents. Lock did not actually fail. Part Nav system computer finally arrived. But am worried issue is with the computer, not the bulbs themselves.
After reading Prius Chat I decided rather than have the dealer perform diagnostics I would just have them replace the headlight. It doesn't matter which door is opened or if the override switch it turned on. I just don't know what exactly I will need to change. Parts ordered, said about a week. The repair has been working correctly since then.
Happened twice over the course of a few days. Is this normal Prius behaviour or should I be visiting my dealers in the next day or so? Found to be a defective sensor. Toyota had extended the warranty coverage for this part, but extended warranty expired six months prior. When the system works it's ice cold. Other times, I need to touch slightly above the area I am supposed to touch in order to get the correct response. Helped me realize what I needed to do! Haven't returned to dealer yet.