2005 Toyota Prius Overview

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2005 Toyota Prius Overview

The popularity of the 2004 model led to few changes for the 2005 Toyota Prius. Toyota furthered the success of this new engine type by repurposing the engine for a hybrid Lexus, the RX400h.

The Prius ran into a minor setback in 2005 when its cars started stalling at speeds upwards of 45 miles per hour. The cars would still run on battery power, but lost speed rapidly, making for a potentially deadly situation for the car and its passengers. 33 cases were reported, and a programming error that had been fixed in a prior recall was cited as the root cause of the problem.

107,897 Priuses were sold in the US in 2005.

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    Toyota Prius Questions

    Shannon Gracie
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    How Do I Turn Off The Alarm Without The "panic" Button On The Fob?

    Battery died over the weekend. I connected the battery to a charger and the alarm started pathetically beeping(didn't sound like alarm more like a kid playing in the front seat and accidently hitting ...

    1 view with no answers yet
    Lara Zyad
    0

    Badly Consumption

    I've changed Hybrid battery and replaced spring still avareg consumption very badly about 30 just what is the solution?

    6 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
    robashaw
    0

    I Have A Smart Key Fob For My 2005 Toyota Prius That Will Start The Car But...

    19 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)
    496Tony
    0

    2005 Toy Prius With 87000 Miles..

    started and drove car no problem.. parked and shut off and tried to lock doors using stock remote but nothing.. immediately tried starting and car totally dead no lights no dash no nothing.. 2 days ...

    16 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
    Chunna
    0

    Contact Seller

    " seller will be contacted without revealing buyer's email " How then can seller contact buyer ?

    6 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)