Reliability information

Discussion in 'Gen 2 Prius Main Forum' started by mkaresh, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. Dxta

    Dxta Senior Member

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    Wonderful! And the car still runs fine?
    Great news
     
  2. JMalmsteen

    JMalmsteen I love my Prius!

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    After the new battery, the car has been fine. My husband commutes with it.
     
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  3. offib

    offib Member

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    I should've done this a while ago.
    Have an '07 that spent less than half its life in the UK and the other in Ireland - so favourable conditions for the battery. There were learning curves. A nasty 12v battery that was kept alive longer than it should. A clogged HV fan that threw a code, and when fixed was left unplugged for months (with a rare limp mode now and then) until I got fed up and found all the car's problems left dangling in the boot.

    Now, it's gone over 157,400 miles, it recently did a long drip (600 miles in 48 hours) at sustained high speeds full of passengers and it runs magnificently. Rear shocks are begging to be replaced. OBDII moniter shows a delta voltage of <0.1V to <0.2V depending on temperature.
     
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  4. Aaron Nutter

    Aaron Nutter New Member

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    Thanks for letting us known buddy.
     
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