Hi all, A few months ago, my Prius started making some weird noise, and after several days, several hundred dollars, and calls by the dealer to the regional service rep, it was determined that the noise was coming from the transaxle. Toyota offered a 50% discount on the part, but it was still going to cost me more than $3k to replace a component that hadn't even triggered a failure warning. I decided to keep driving and save up for a used transaxle, should the transaxle actually fail. I returned to my car on Monday after having driven it 35 miles and left it parked in the hot sun for about eight hours. The car turned on fine. I then turned it off for a few minutes while I retrieved something I'd forgotten. When I returned, the car turned on, but just about every single warning light turned on, and the top of the screen was displaying a red car outline with an exclamation point in it. The car would not go into D or R, but would go into N. If I took my foot off the brake, I could not depress it fully again afterwards. Briefly, a message about a failure of the transmission to go into P displayed, then the display went out. I turned the car on and of a number of times, each time with the same result. Eventually I gave up and got a ride home. My uncle agreed to try the car again on Tuesday, and have it towed to the nearest Toyota dealer if necessary. Well, on Tuesday, the car turned on and went into gear, albeit with warning lights on. My uncle was able to drive it fine. After turning it off and on again, all of the warning lights extinguished. So my question is: do I chalk this up to a funky overheated computer issue or is this something I should have the dealer run a diagnostic on? I don't want to get stuck 35 miles from home again... I looked up the specific warning lights and they seem to indicate a Hybrid Failure. My hybrid is still covered by warranty.