2012 | Toyota | Prius V | Fuse Box | How To By Toyota City Minneapolis MN
Learn where to locate and pull fuses in the fuse box under the hood, and under the dash in your 2012 Toyota Prius V. Toyota City, Toyota Dealership located in Minneapolis, MN. http://ownersmanual.toyotacity.com
Replacing Your Prius Auxiliary Battery
A detailed step by step guide for replacing the 2005 (Generation 2) Prius
Auxiliary Battery. This video is intended for people with limited
Prius Gen2 (2004 05 06 07 08 09) Hybrid Battery removal
THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP IS TO REMOVE THE ORANGE PLUG. THAT SHUTS OFF THE
HIGH VOLTAGE. (click show more below for more useful info)
This video shows how to remove the high voltage Hybrid battery assembly
from a gen2 Prius. Sorry about the crappy audio, the detail shop next door
runs their vacuum nonstop. The tool I use for removing the plastic barbs
Other tools needed, 8, 10, 12, 14mm sockets, small needle nose pliers.
Optional; small impact driver, magnet on a stick (in case you drop a bolt)
According to Toyota you SHOULD where electrical gloves for safety.
However, if the ORANGE PLUG is removed it is near impossible to get hurt
with electricity. I do recommend gloves for lifting the battery since the
sharp sheet metal edges can easily cut your skin. BTDT!
R350 R500 Jump Start and Battery Mercedes-Benz
This video shows where the location of the jump start points and the main
battery location on an R-class Mercedes-Benz. The battery is located under
the front passenger seat in the R350 & R500. It is very important that you
review your owner's manual before jump starting or working on the battery,
you must take some steps and precautions specific to this vehicle as
outlined in the owner's manual.
2013 Toyota Prius v | Documentation for Pole Crash | NHTSA | CrashNet1
2013 Toyota Prius v / Prius α / Prius+
Complete pre-test documentation and post-test review for NHTSA NCAP side
Prius v test videos: http://youtu.be/GNZ5ojGRiRU
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Toyota Prius generation 2 2003-2009 battery repair replacement.MOV
How to fix a Prius generation 2 battery 2004-2009. This is the job Toyota
wont do an charge thousands of £££s to replace the entire battery. This
cost me £25 to fix myself. Also there are people selling you guides for
£££ss on how to do this, I thought I would work it out myself and share
the info for free.
Note: Safety first ALWAYS remove the Orange High Voltage plug from the
battery first before starting any work (takes 2 seconds to remove and
replace after), the battery is high voltage 200+V so be 100% safe. Only
attempt this job if you have an understanding of electrics.
I also diconnected the normal 12v car battery to be 100% sure.
Fault wise my car a 2006, had all the dash warning lights and check engine
management lights, VSC on and also the fan vent on the side of the rear
seat was constantly working overtime ! My car has 165k Miles on it
There are other videos on youtube explaining very well how to exactly strip
out the required interior trim in the back of your Prius to access the HV
battery and then how to remove it. Its very simple just 1 x orange HV power
safety plug 3x normal small plugs and LOTS of bolts.
Once you have got the battery out its a simple job to diagnose which is
the failing battery cell. I got a replacement single cell from eBay for
£25 inc shipping and thats all it took to fix it.
Tools wise again very simple
1 x 8mm socket
1x 10mm socket
1x 12mm socket
1x 14mm socket (for the 4x rear seat bolts)
1x Multimeter (to read the individual battery cell voltages) cheap mine
was about £20.
Note: When I reinstalled I still had a warning light (Triangle) on the
dash, this seems normal. After putting car in Drive and reverse a few
times, taking it for a quick drive down the road and powering the car on
and off this then resets itself.
Theres a nice battery removal documment downloadable free here:
Powell Smith has uploaded 3 great videos how to remove the battery part 1
also another great one from drsjr1969
Good luck and please stay safe. Share the knowledge.
Prius Smart Key, Battery Replacement
It's not difficult to change the battery of a Toyota Prius Smart Key
(2004-2009 models). This video shows a 2006 (Generation 2) Prius key fob.
The battery is a CR2032, available at any drugstore. You just need a
jewelers phillips and flat head screwdriver. This doesn't require
reprogramming or a visit to the dealership.
Toyota Prius HID - How to Install HID Xenon 2010+
How to Install Xenon HID Conversion Kit on a 2011 Toyota Prius II. Improve
the look of your Prius with this easy to do, and quick lighting upgrade.
Better nighttime visibility, lower power consumption, and a high tech look
for your high tech Prius Hybrid.
This installation is compatible with all Prius Models 2010+
Do it Yourself Installation of HID Xenon Headlights on a 2011 Toyota Prius.
This installation will work on the following year models
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Kit Used: XenonSupply H11 HID Conversion Kit + Slim Premium Ballast
Bulb Type: H11
Bulb Color: 6000K
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Hybrid Mythbusters: Toyota Prius - Carpool Special
Robert Llewellyn, host of the new in-car chat show Carpool, takes the wheel
of the Toyota Prius to dispel as few commonly held misconceptions about the
car and Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive system.
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2011 Toyota Prius Hybrid Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2011 Toyota Prius hybrid.
I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this
car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique
styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details
of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.