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.Google+
Car Problem Reports
Toyota Prius The Center Multi-Function Display May Fail
Toyota Prius Problem
Average Mileage: 90,364 mi (25,000 mi - 191,671 mi)
Visitor, 2010 Toyota Prius, 43,000 mi
Entire center console died-no radio, Bluetooth, navigation, etc. Dealer quotes $2400 for refurbished console. Outrageous, Toyota should issue a recall.
Visitor, 2010 Toyota Prius, 30,233 mi
Right side of Multi Info Panel is blank. Check dimmer, not the problem. The steering buttons seem to work. Can't check the settings because the panel won't light up on the right.
Visitor, 2004 Toyota Prius, 110,000 mi
Center display does not respond, I have not fixed it and just use the controls on the steering wheel.
Visitor, 2006 Toyota Prius, 75,000 mi
MFD failing on 2006 model so no heat/air conditioning/or defrost capabilities. Dealer quoted part as $7000 in Jan.2014 Looking at salvage lots and for independent mechanic to fix. Thumbs down to Toyota's greed.
Visitor, 2007 Toyota Prius, 50,000 mi
Multi Function display is on but doesn't function. AC went out last year and had to replace the front struts with only 50.000 miles. This car doesn't live up to the usual Toyota reliability. I may not buy one again.
Visitor, 2008 Toyota Prius, 180,000 mi
Dashboard display has malfunctioned 4 times. To turn off the car I hold the power button down for an extended time. The car finally turns off and the next time I start it the dashboard works. I wish Toyota would address this problem ... the dealer repair shop says they have never heard of this.
Visitor, 2004 Toyota Prius, 79,000 mi
I have the same problem and the shop wanted $2000 to fix it. No map, display is not responsive and this video explains perfectly.
Visitor, 2009 Toyota Prius, 85,000 mi
Display lights up, but won't respond to touch. Was told at dealer that it would cost $1500 to fix it. On a 4-year old car?????
Visitor, 2006 Toyota Prius, 80,000 mi
Mfd is black and won't respond. Button around the display is also not working. Dealer wants $900. I think we will live without the display. All functions, like radio and ac is working via steering wheel control.
Visitor, 2007 Toyota Prius, 67,000 mi
MFD started to fail only on hot, sunny days. Then, it completely stopped working altogether. The display is working, and the side buttons all work; but, the touch screen is completely unresponsive. I haven't taken it to the dealer yet. I've just been using the steering wheel controls.