123462Re: [toyota-prius] Question about 2007 Prius Key
- May 31, 2013I see now that "Pruis Chat" strips non-text attachments!
Here's the text scanned from July Consumer Reports p. 55:
[A Consumer ] reports electronics engineer
found that out
the hard way. While at the beach, he forgot that the key to his Toyota Prius was in his pocket, went
for a dip in the surf, and never saw the key again. The cost of a replacement: $600.
Like many new cars, his Prius uses a proximity key that electronically unlocks the car when you touch the door handle and lets
you start it by pressing a button on
the dash. But even less sophisticated keys
don't come cheap.
Most ignition keys now have a tran
But I sure would like to buy one for something more like what you paid!
David and Jodi
N 31° 04’ 01.6” (31.06710N)
W 97° 23’ 00.9” (97.38357W)
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> From: Levi Smith <levigsmith@...>
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>I think your attachment got stripped. I'd say $600 may not be out of line for what a lot of dealers charge, but I'd say it's a lot more than I paid.
>On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 5:17 PM, JODI & DAVID THOMAS <davidandjodi@...> wrote:
>>I mentioned a few days ago the loss of our Prius key and the price of replacement. Some folks pooh-poohed the 600$ price I mentioned.
>>The attached clipping is from page 55 of the latest (July) issue of Consumer Reports
>>[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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