123351Re: [toyota-prius] Question about 2006 Prius Key
- May 20, 2013First things first .. if this is like the NHW11 (well, group, is it?) then
the only key you should never lose is the black one. Gray can be
duplicated and programmed (ok, the car can be programmed to recognize them
if you do the dance correctly). Not $2, but not 600 either.
So, what key(s) DO you have ?
On Mon, May 20, 2013 at 9:49 PM, JODI & DAVID THOMAS <
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> One of our Prius keys has vanished! :( We can account for it having come
> into the house, but we're beginning to fear it might've slid off a table
> into a trash can or some such mishap....
> Before we got to the dealer with $600 in hand, it occurs to me to ask the
> Pruis Chat group if any of youall happen to have a spare key; maybe you
> lost one, bought another, then found the lost one. Or maybe your Prius was
> wrecked but you kept a key for old time's sake.
> Anyone have any good ideas? or is there no alternative to the dealer?
> David and Jodi
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> > From: David Kelly <dkelly@...>
> >To: Toyota Prius <email@example.com>
> >Sent: Friday, May 10, 2013 4:23 PM
> >Subject: Re: [toyota-prius] Question about 2003 Prius MPG Variation
> >On May 10, 2013, at 12:25 PM, dkelly3272002 <mailto:
> dkelly327%40hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> Based on the rest of your post, if I fill it to "full" (even when I
> know it should take more), if I wait 20-30 seconds then try to put more in,
> I should be able to get a more authentic "full?" Is that accurate?
> >"Probably". A couple of times something like that has happened. I was
> distracted or something. Sometimes I even check my motor oil when the tank
> is filling. But something happened and nozzle clicked at say 4.6 gallons
> which I thought was a bit early (would have been 65 MPG) so I restart and
> it goes to 8 gallons which was 38 MPG. All the while 52 MPG is showing on
> the fool computer so I was expecting 48 to 54 MPG.
> >Next tank I really do get 65 MPG or so filling it to apparently the usual
> level because previously it got more than usual.
> >I always fill the Prius with nozzle latched to the slowest delivery.
> >Don't think one fills to the same place if it has been only 100 miles
> since last fill as one gets if it has been 400 miles since last fill.
> >As bad as it is trying to fill the Prius the same every time my diesel
> vehicles are worse. Diesel foams and causes the nozzle to cut off several
> gallons early. If not pumping for a minute or so the dispenser cuts off.
> Suspect if I pump 20 gallons I'll have more foam to settle than if I only
> pump 10 gallons. After the nozzle cuts off I let it settle 30 seconds then
> manually hold the handle at the slowest delivery, slower than the latch.
> Seems to produce the most consistent fill. Do similar with gasoline in
> >$64 of diesel this morning. Then again it was the first time in 2 months.
> >The whole point of all this is that you have nothing to celebrate or fret
> about the results of a single tank. Must compare multiple fills in
> >Also must point out one can not average MPGs to get the average of MPG.
> You have to total the miles and total the gallons, then divide those totals:
> >100 miles 2 gallons = 50 MPG
> >360 miles 6 gallons = 60 MPG
> >average 55 MPG <<< WRONG >>>
> >Add them up:
> >460 miles 8 gallons = 57.5 MPG
> >David Kelly N4HHE, mailto:dkelly%40HiWAAY.net
> >Whom computers would destroy, they must first drive mad.
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