I gave the terminals a wiggle and found that one of the exposed heavily soldered terminals had become bent and shorted out on the terminal next to it. While driving less than 1 mph, the cd track menu will not display, however, the disc changer could be loaded and radio channels could be adjusted. I had the same exact problem. My wive and I are the only drivers and we are very good to the car. So forconvenience, bring a bill from your existing carrier to your new one. My navigation works fine with voice. Battery was as old as vehicle, 10 years old.
We changed seasonal tires and had a regular maintenance appointment. They received the correct replacement computer this time. Have been using them since january and haven't had any issues! Have to loosen the bumper to remove headlight assembly to access bulb. See report 1, 2, and 4 for more data. I removed it and sent it to a shop that services these displays. Luckily the radio is on my favorite channel and the climate control is set to 72. Dealer admitted problem is recognized by Toyota as a chronic Prius problem, but there's no reliable fix.
When car was new dealer installed foglights that stopped working. If the unit does not power up or has any other issue, please send it in for an estimate. Dealer replaced light and both ballasts, under warranty. I had it replaced and the problems stopped. It was for the other side from the one done several years ago and the cost for the repair was much less.
Bluetooth handsets can vary in quality and contain different Bluetooth chip programming. At 65,000 miles, I have one original bulb existing on the exterior of my Prius. Wipers end up dry wiping before fluid arrives to nozzles. Dealer attempted repair by replacing damaged sensor, however light returned with same symptoms within 25 miles. Could not get car started, and then only by accident.
I include as all electric including hatch, were battery is located was non-functional. Had failed once before, but seemed to have corrected itslef. I wonder if it's possible that cables in the back of the radio come undone? Started happening after excessive vibration driving with snow chains. Leak is probably in the evaporator. This happened when air was being added to that tire.
Soundslike a bad clock spring ribbon cable in the steering wheel. The car was with the dealer three days and a loaner was provided by the dealer. Problem thought to be solved. It could be jumped and had been charged, but Dealer said it wouldn't hold once it had drained to nothing. Relay was replaced by the dealer.
Extra repair cost if complete pc board needs to be replaced. Mechanic was not able to figure problem out. This speedometer was replaced by dealer 18 months ago for other glitches Toyota is aware of this common problem but refuses any remedy. Extra repair cost if complete unit needs to be replaced. Toyota told us to buy a new radio system but thankfully I saw this post and my husband had it fixed in 5 minutes. Was only getting 3 yrs out of bulbs, thought they should last at least 10yrs for that price. Depending on your situation, it may be easier to check for continuity between one end of each wire at the head unit or amp and the other end at each speaker.
Not sure why the one side burns out frequently. Local shop diagnosed bad brake control power supply. Didn't drive the car for 3 weeks and the battery died. Yes, it dims when you point a flashlight at it, yet driving around at night it does not work. Problem is worse in cold temperatures but happens year round.
Now the lights stay on until they are turned off. Toyota likes to use these subminature 5W bulbs everywhere that have shorter life than full-sized bulbs in other cars. If your speakers are mounted in doors, then a common point of failure is where the speaker wire passes between the door and the door frame. Dealership service facility finally repaired at no charge to me. Update, same problem occurred yesterday and was brought back to shop. Update from Mar 5, 2016 : Dealer replaced radio no. The headlights kept burning out.