Prius HV ECU message after a flood in carpark

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  1. prius_help_fj

    prius_help_fj New Member

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    Hi guys
    there was a small flood in the car park where i park my car , some water like maybe 2 small bucket worth got into the car on the driver and passenger side , but did not get into the trunk or where the battery was and its completely dry there .
    I now get this error message , does anyone know what this means ?
    Is this saying there is a short circuit because of moisture ?

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    Can you translate what that says for us?

    There's probably some wires or plugs that are still wet somewhere in the car. Can you put the car in a garage with a dehumidifier and dry it out, clean and inspect more?

    Also when you get warning lights you usually get error codes and you can use Dr. Prius app on your phone to read those error codes, which will help you locate the problem. Here's a buyer's guide for the device you need: Hybrid battery diagnostic and repair tool for Toyota and Lexus
     
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    Where is Syd? Sydney, Australia?

    It is obviously a JDM import car, and this is one of the reasons I will not buy a JDM. If you speak Japanese, no problem.
     
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    Most likely a P0AA6 in the A/C circuit? (compressor connections?)
     
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