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2008 Toyota Prius instrument display does not come on when I push power button. This happened twice. Both times when car was cold. Finally, display came on after 4-5 ''starts''.

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You should take the care to the dealer while it's still under warranty, since electronic stuffs are very expensive now a day

Posted on Feb 27, 2010

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    Ernel Elkin Jun 03, 2014

    The starting battery sounds like it is dying. You can get a replacement battery either through Toyota or auto store. I got a gel battery, which is supposed to last longer.

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