2007 Toyota Prius Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2007 Toyota Prius
- Labor Hrs to replace steering wheel and dash air bags & ftr seat belts.
- What causes car not to drive and your transmission light on
- What are the known issues with auxiliary water pump and related parts?
- full tank, ran out of gas at 230 miles
- Wiper blade doesn't work on the front passenger side of the vehicle. Fuse maybe
2007 Toyota Prius Problems
The center multi-function display may failure. This is commonly caused by poorly soldered internal connection. Our technicians tell us that these display panels can be successfully repaired or reconditioned by a shop specializing in such repairs.
The Check Engine Light may illuminate with a fault code P1121 stored. It is commonly caused by a failed three way coolant control valve. Valve replacement is recommended if this occurs.
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly. Our technicians tell us there is a recalibration procedure which should be performed to correct this issue.
2007 Toyota Prius Questions
2007 Toyota Prius gas Guage not working and after filling the tank full, and setting the trip odometer back to zero, the car ran out of gas at 230 miles. Typically full tank of gas allows this Prius to run around 350-400 miles ...
If the fuse doesn't work could it simply need a fuse? Where is the fuse box anyway?
Both power outlets quit working, looked in manual but it does not show which relay is for the outlets.
2007 Toyota Prius Recalls
The affected vehicles have a steering intermediate extension shaft manufactured with metal splines that may have an insufficient hardness. Over time, the splines may wear and eventually fail resulting in a loss of steering ability, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash. Toyota dealers will inspect the extension shaft and replace if necessary.
During manufacturing, a scratch may have occurred inside of the electrically driven water (coolant) pump at the coil wire, resulting in corrosion. The corroded wire may break and the water pump could stop. The corroded coil wire could cause a short circuit in the pump resulting in a blown fuse, creating a stall-like condition of the hybrid system while the vehicle is being driven. This may increase the risk of a vehicle crash. Dealers will replace the electric water pump to correct this concern.
Southeast Toyota is recalling 2005–2011 models for failing to comply with federal safety standards on tire selection and rims. Affected models were sold without the proper load-carrying capacity modification labels, which may cause the driver to overload the vehicle, increasing the chance of a crash. Dealers will mail the correct labels to the customer or install the label free of charge.
2007 Toyota Prius Reviews
This is our first Prius & I avg about 25K miles/year. I like it. We avg about 45 mpg. I did change the tires from the factory installed to a slightly wider version for better traction - the factory installed tires felt extremely unstable in rainy/snowy conditions, so followed advice on other forums on tire rec's. We did have a problem w/rear cupholder coming off. Toyota replaced it, but it did ...
Love my car, would have bought even if not a hybrid. Well designed inside & out, w/ a lot of features for a car in this price range.
I purchased my Prius in 2008 with just under 5,000 on it. It now has 62,400 on it, so I've put just about 11,000 miles a year on it. I've had to replace one headlight, cost me over $300 to do it, excessive in my opinion. Why they designed it so that the bumper had to come off is beyond me, much less $180 just for the bulb. Had to replace the axillary battery about two months ago for a l...