Using techstream generate Error code : c1659, c1203, c1345, B2060 on Prius 2010 145k miles

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  1. hcarddss

    hcarddss Junior Member

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    Hello,

    I use techstream and get error code c1659, c1203, c1345, B2060. The dash board has the light on of pvs, abs, and couple other light. I don't know if the actuator bad or ecu. Any ideas, Thank in advance
     
  2. ChapmanF

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    Or even if it's either of those at all and not something else. Have you looked those up in the repair manual (more info) yet? What are their detection conditions?

    I remember C1345 and that's an easy fix; just means the brake actuator wants to re-learn a calibration value, takes a matter of seconds to do.

    The others are not codes I have on the top of my head; I would recommend just looking them up, and following the troubleshooting steps given there.
     
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    Thank you, ChapmanF
    Just got repair manual, will look it up this weekend.
     
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    Any luck with fixing these codes. I'm having same codes
     
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    Well, so far in pretty much every thread where somebody had a C1345 and followed the steps in the manual to relearn the offset, that one got 'fixed'.

    This particular thread has some other codes in it that I don't have off the top of my head, but the idea of looking them up in the repair manual to see what it says about them never grows old.
     
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