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File - Welcome Letter

Hello, Welcome to the toyota-prius group at Yahoo!Groups, a free, easy-to-use email group service for those interested in the Toyota Prius hybrid car. Please
toyota-prius@yahoogroups.com
Apr 26
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125551

Re: from: Jerome Parmentier

It looks like Jerome was hacked (or someone spoofed his account). Better not click on the link, you are likely receiving malware from it. Be safe out there,
cor_van_de_water
Apr 23
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125549

Replacement Tail Light

After a minor altercation with a cyclist I earned a broken left tail light lens on my 2014 V It appears that I must replace the entire light assy . I see after
Martin Fraser
Apr 22
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Re: Battery reconditioning

+1 on the adaptive cruise control - think how many chain-reaction accidents could be eliminated if all cars used it.... On Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 11:47 PM,
Peter Blackford
Apr 19
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Re: Battery reconditioning

Hi folks. Thought you might find this article interesting on actually rebuilding a battery pack. http://www.homepower.com/137.84
Michael Welch
Apr 18
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Re: Battery reconditioning

I put 117,000 miles on my 2004 G2 Prius before I bought my 2010 Prius – never had any battery problems with the ‘04. In fact, the only reason I moved to a
Chuck Jones
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

State? Arizona, unfortunately. Jon
Jon Wilson
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

My 2006 has 202,0000 on it.  No battery issues so far.  Even the 12V lasted way longer than I'd expected.  I replaced the 12V last year (in 2014) with an
John Chu
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

... What state? In 2005, it appears that 9 states besides California required the 150,000 mile warranty. CARB States MY 2004 California, Maine, Massachusetts,
Jim Saklad
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

My 2005 battery lasted 130,000 miles, and the dealer said 9essentially) "tough, warranty is only 100,000". So I did not pursue it. I guess I should have.:-(
Jon Wilson
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

The traction battery on my 2006 just bit the dust at 125,000 miles, which I understand is unusual. The dreaded red triangle, brake, check engine and vsc lights
tooternbill
Apr 17
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Re: 2010 engine problems...

My '07 with 210K miles does use oil, enough that I end up adding probably 1 to 1.5 quarts between each 5K oil change. My son's '05 at about 130K is also
Mark Bayern
Apr 17
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Re: 2010 engine problems...

"consider the source" -- you're likely to only see the downside of...well...anything on a site called "complaints", right? There is no trend noticed/reported
Peter Blackford
Apr 17
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2010 engine problems...

Hey all! I now have a 2010 Prius (after my 2007) and am very pleased with it. Last night my wife showed me a website called carcomplaints.com. So, I checked it
Secondary
Apr 17
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Re: Battery reconditioning

On Thu, Apr 16, 2015 at 9:57 AM, P Zohav knots58@... ... The battery computer monitors the modules individually, and will raise an alert if any module
Larry Finch
Apr 16
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