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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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Warning Lights After Letting Prius Sit For 2 Months

I have a 2005 Toyota Prius. I let my car sit for about 2 months and only started it once. Over that time, I discovered that my two left tires have a slow leak. I went to drive it today -- it started...

What Do I Do Next I Recharged My 12 Volt Under Front Hood Battery But The C...

what do i do next ? i have charged the 12 volt battery under the hood. but the Prius 2005 still does not show any lights anywhere no dash not starting nothing?help!

When My Car Is Turned Off And Parked, I Notice A Flashing Signal On The Das...

2005 Toyota Prius Gasoline Rating Type?

So, I've recently bought a 2005 Toyota Prius (Gen 2), and am needing to get gas on my next trip with the car, the previous owner hadn't told me the gasoline rating I need to put into it. I live in C...

Air Conditioning And Heating

2005 Prius, the air conditioning works but only on max a/c, if I turn the temp up even one degree it goes to heat. on screen display also very slugish. is this a bad computer?