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in the us, we can go to 'toyota.com/owners' and plug in the vin to get any dealer service history.
not sure if you can do that in ca.
congrats and welcome! all the best (y)
congrats, well done!(y)
possibly a bad speed sensor or harness, but you really need to have the trouble codes read to nail it down.
the head gasket problem includes all early gen3 prius. it mayy be too soon to know about later since they updated pistons and rings in 2014 and 15....
and check the 12v
until they prove otherwise...
a visual inspection, and electrical testing. it is a big job for an expert.
check the 12v ground connection.
any of these batteries new? maybe a load test would help.
my guess is a loose connection or bad solder joint
dealer can sort you
i wonder if you could mod a paddle shifter behind the steering wheel.
that message should have a related trouble code
if that is the best price you can find, it sounds like a winner. are you aware of the head gasket issue?
you can turn it on manually with a scan gauge
1-800-cars for kids
i wonder if rodents have chewed on some wiring...
you must have a cheap mechanic :cool:
must be some kind of protective mechanism in the software you're doing an end around