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It's a free service run by Toyota. I am sure others as well as myself would love to read of such experiences. Am tending to only use the manual key so the alarm doesn't get set. I think you would need to take out the electronic circuit boards/transponder from your old fob and place into the eBay one. http://techese.net/not-working/toyota-car-key-remote-not-working.html

There is a small slide lock on the end of your keyfob, this slides over and the small metal key slides out (that small metal key gets you into the driver's Both key remote and mechanical key not working. Google search VB search Search Home Forums Toyota Prius News Toyota Prius News & Updates Toyota Prius Forum New Member Introductions Toyota Prius General Discussion 2016+ Toyota Prius Forum - 4th You can only upload a photo or a video.

Prius Smart Key Not Working

If that is turned off you would normally open the door by pressing the unlock button on the fob. If there is a security protocal associated with removing all four wheels at once, it's not going to be common knowledge.You need to get the dealer to reset your key. The car is 2 and a half months old - anyone have any resolution to the issue?HiIf the car is only 2 1/2 months old then it's still under warantey, take look up the book to see which part is at fault).

You will probably need to slide the release lock over when you slide the back cover on to get it to click all the way on. 5. Huge Range of Toyota Parts Save Up To 15% Off For Members Get Your Club Gear! 1000's Of Toyota Cars For Sale Join Premium & Save Review Your Toyota AdBlock Warning The first broke after 2 years and was replaced as a courtesy by the dealer, the second broke 2 years later and sat in my drawer as a spare until the Prius Smart Key Button To get to it, take the remote off of the key ring.

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ How to Repair a Toyota Prius (Key Fob) Remote Terry Birt SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe627627 Loading... Prius Keyless Entry Not Working If you're still on your original 12 volt battery, it's long due for a replacement. Sounds like all the dealer did was replace the fob battery, which you could have done yourself. http://www.priusonline.com/22-toyota-prius-technical-q/20667-smart-key-not-working.html First time poster here but I spent a good portion of my day dealing with this issue and wanted to post my findings/research so that it goes smoother for someone else

Super Moderator 1,438 14,737 posts First Name:Mike Toyota Model: 2015 Hyundai i20 1.4SE & 2016 Toyota Aygo X-Play with X-Touch Toyota Year: 2016 Location: West Midlands Posted December 31, 2013 OK Prius Remote Access On Off Button After putting a new battery into the fob and making sure the tiny LED lights when pressing the button, the car should unlock if the 12Volt battery is working (assuming the Thanks in advance Share this post Link to post Share on other sites devupatel    0 New Member Registered Member 0 3 posts Toyota Model: Prius Posted May 2, 2010 Hi Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ThreeCities    0 New Member Registered Member 0 3 posts Toyota Model: Prius Posted May 28, 2008 Are you sure it’s

Prius Keyless Entry Not Working

Not sure if you can clean it out. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20091211074100AAaUSBY If any code is thrown in the system (not necessarily shown in the dash), dealer can easily fix the issue. Prius Smart Key Not Working Was this the all singing all dancing 'under the boot' battery? Prius Fob Not Working how much did THAT cost to replace?

The batteries in the keys don't last forever and their lives are shortened if the Smart Key is stored near any electronic devices, like TVs, Computers, audio equipment, cell phones, microwaves, navigate here By the way, the fob battery would not have been covered under the 3/36 warranty.Click to expand... Hybrids: HCH 11 2006/ Prius 2006 Posts: 1,952 Re: 04 Prius Smart Stop fob not working Is your 12V battery putting out 12.6 volts come morning. I did check it out to make sure it worked on the door. Prius Key Change Battery

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites FROSTYBALLS    1,438 Top Rank Poster! Similar to someone else, working to fix it got whatever it is back into place. And now the locking and unlocking with either smart key works just fine! Check This Out Battery now replaced, and alarm and key-fobs/remotes now working again.The problem with the manual key was that we never use it, and the lock had seized/silted up.

If I had another battery, I would try exchanging it, but I did change it quite recently. Prius Key Fob Light Flashing Besides, when it died last time, it did not effect the smart key this way. Pleeeeeeeeeease help.

Dballough Toyota Prius Technical - Q & A 1 05-26-2014 01:38 AM GPS not working kgeorge Toyota Prius General Discussion 20 02-26-2014 08:45 PM Smart Key System (2006) only working on

Good Luck. #6 ceric, May 15, 2009 firepa63 Former Prius Owner Joined: Jul 23, 2005 1,762 201 0 Vehicle: Other Hybrid Model: N/A Make sure the button under the steering Jimcive 88,031 views 4:36 toyota prius-как это работает - Duration: 4:46. You can read about them here.X LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread! Prius Smart Key Doesn't Work I would go back to the dealer and ask for some money back.

Ken (in Bolton,Ct) 2005 Pkg #4 (AM) Ct. I don't lock my car because my remote lock and manual key both won't work. TOC Supporter Plus 0 1,007 posts Toyota Model: Abarth 500 Posted September 11, 2008 Hi,There was a member who had a similar problem on a RAV4 I believe.Try changing the key this contact form Thanks again for your response!!

Posted May 2, 2010 I think you'll be lucky if you get a reply from them....they were both just single posters, a couple of years ago!Please describe your problem and maybe UnderGr0undErnie 97,541 views 13:54 SMART Key Fob Programming - Duration: 4:29. Is there a reset somewhere of the system ? Infael 2004 Gray Prius with smart start/entry and VSC

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And how to lock it again.ThanksHi There,Just had the same thing happen to me with a brand new car -only had it three weeks -battery is fine.Put a new post on If you did need to get glue into the slit to cement it back together perhaps squeezing a blob of glue onto, say, a piece of cardboard then taking a pin I cut and cut and even tried a dull butter knife to force into the seam I cut and still couldn't peel it away. Anybody had this problem before?

If it's just the one fob, replace the battery again. When I pulled the flap open to investigate I didn't see a plunger. Manual key doesn't open it either.Would be grateful for advice on how to get into it. Which is of course stupid, just to charge up your 12 V battery. ;)Ogo 1 person likes this Share this post Link to post Share on other sites devupatel    0

Besides, when it died last time, it did not effect the smart key this way. Four tiny screws hold the battery plate down. kanne is offline Quote Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Toyota Prius Forum Advertisement post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-09-2011, 09:41 AM firepa63 Senior Member Join Date: Jun You cannot, after all, use a car without one.

To get the best user experience on our website, please disable Adblock for this website (domain) on your browser. Make sure it is the car not responding and not a dead battery in the key fob. However, the key for the door lock hidden inside the fob, won't unlock the doors either! Thoughts? -philClick to expand... #17 dgungadoo, Jul 24, 2009 mikepaul Senior Member Joined: Dec 2, 2003 1,763 4 0 Location: Columbia, SC Vehicle: 2004 Prius I had Batteries Plus change

It's easy! Not on this blog. That little red light should flash.H That red light flashes, so the fob has to be working.