Nov 28, 2012 I had the same problem with 2007 Prius. They aren't everyones cup of tea, to be sure, but they are useful for many and it isn't unreasonable to expect them to be present. Simply pushing the button solved the problem. I request you investigate this matter. It gave me the usual beep that it was still running. Get into the car, close and unlock all doors and ensure the car is off 2. The fire department was called to the scene to unlock the doors.
The length and frequency of the episodes have been very inconsistent and unpredictable, and the issue has now been chronic for the past two months the longest it has ever gone without working. Homelink is a feature that allows you to activate the garage door opener, electronic gates or home lights, etc. The contact stated that the vehicle was parked and the rear driver's door could not be opened from the interior. I don't want an auto dimming mirror. Homelink standard It looks like this will be standard for '09 in Canada at least 9. Lay off the gas, it's still in, Rolling and go to neutral get the load off its still in.
I can't believe that I waited this long to own one. I use the inside drivers door switch and still doesn't work Other problem is when I arm the alarm with keyfob, battery goes flat, i think it's sensing that the door is open why its draining the battery. I changed the battery and it worked once to lock and unlock the car but when I went to unlock the car an hour later it didn't work again. Ted That homelink thing is something I could do with. Replaced the remote battery just in case and searched the net, but couldnt really find any info. The engine still ran and the headlights, turn indicators, brake lights, radio and fuel consumption gauge worked.
Press and hold both buttons on new fob simultaneously for a second and a half. Go to the junk yard for broken plastic parts. Within 3 seconds, press just the lock button on new fob. Jan 18, 2018 Try this: key not in ignition. The other noise associated with it comes from the console on the passenger side.
I tried to program the all doors are unlocked when the driver's door is opened within 10 seconds after turning the Power switch off. Insert new fob and leave in the slot for a full minute. Red anti-theft light remains on. Wanted to share this, I was strolling through the manual last night and found this on page 75 of the 2013 manual, 2nd printing : Pretty cool feature for them to include. By the summer of 2010 estimate , the other three door locks have failed. Go home and try to pry off the panel.
That is why this should be programmable. I corrected my posting accordingly. Within 3 seconds, the door locks should lock and then unlock once indicating successful programming. SmartKey is supposed to make life simpler, not more complicated. Have you discussed this with Toyota? I purchased the car new.
The dealer, toyota heartland of bremerton , doesn't open until 7:00 am and its 6:25 am. A 30 minute-job if all go well. It is not safe for passengers to wait to enter vehicle. Now back to the original question, has anyone found out if this can be programmed to unlock all doors at one push of the button? Either try again, your fob is bad or, you have too many fobs assigned to the car. They both no longer worked within a 1 day period and required replacement. I only have 70000 miles and always serviced my vehicle at the Toyota dealers. When the system switches to this mode, one long beep sounds inside the vehicle at the same time a double beep will sound three times outside the vehicle.
Some months ago the driver's door lock stopped working. Having problem with the trunk not opening all the way? Complaint Number: 10445017 Incident Date: January 24, 2010 Date Added to File: January 24, 2012 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2008 toyota prius. Auto dimming rearview mirror and exterior mirrors. Lack of a trip computer. Insert the key into ignition and leave it in ignition. However I am really disgusted that it has had so many serious problems. The control module probably see's an input that shouldn't be there.
Remove the key from the ignition. Now the key fobs have power in them but they won't unlock the doors and the system won't start unless the electronic key in actually placed in the slot. On page 89 of the user manual, it explained how to do it but me and my dealer could get it to work. Point being that other manufacturer's vehicles in the same price range offer these features as part of the deal. This belongs in another section. Grabbing the drivers door handle will unlock that door default setting. SmartKey is supposed to make life simpler, not more complicated.
The same goes for the unlock pad on the hatch. More like a DumbKey to me. Remove the key from the ignition. At this point, all you can do is open the driver door, and hit the unlock button on the inside panel. The fire department was called to the scene to unlock the doors.