2013 Toyota Prius Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2013 Toyota Prius


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2013 Toyota Prius
$149 to $290
2013 Toyota Prius
$27 to $62
2013 Toyota Prius
$47 to $111
2013 Toyota Prius
$149 to $291
2013 Toyota Prius
$128 to $213

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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.

Starting difficulties may develop, mostly noted if the car has been parked for several days. Toyota has changed the 12v battery size specification to help correct this concern. Our technicians tell us the battery tray will need to be replaced to accommodate the larger battery

The fuel tank used a unique liner which has caused trouble in some vehicles. If problems occur with the fuel tank liner the fuel tank must be replaced.

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I got into an accident a while backs bs ever since then my steering has been messed up. I got it repaired at a dealership and everyone says there is nothing wrong with it. But this isn't the Prius I bought. Now every time I deive I have to battle with it pulling to the left then the right. I ...

Is it okay to drive in "Eco" mode with a family of five (3 teenagers)with the a/c on, in Arizona, in the summer?


I have a family of five and want to know if the Prius can handle the load and a/c with the heat.

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These vehicles are being recalled because one of the electronic components of the hybrid control system, the Intelligent Power Module (IPM), can fail internally. This module is located inside of the inverter module and contains transistors that may become damaged from high operating temperatures. If a failure were to occur, various warning lights would illuminate and the vehicle would only operate in a reduced power mode for a short time or stall completely, increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will update the software in both the motor/generator control module and the hybrid control module to correct this concern. If an inverter module were to fail before the software updates are performed, it would be replaced as part of this recall.

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we were shopping for a small SUV like the Venza, but the Toyota Rep took my wishlist and showed us the Prius V and I was sold instantly! I love the height of the seats so getting in and out is much better than a sedan. I love the roominess of the hatchback on the V, and the gas mileage can't be beat, esp. compared to the Venza at about 19mpg! I'm not too techy so the nav/bluetooth/etc is just a...

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