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Posted by Jean B. on September 3, 2005, 10:45 pm
 
As I went to get out of the car, the buzzer sounded.  It was
accomapnied by both directional arrows showing.  Couldn't
figure out what the problem was, and it was not in the manual
either.  Now, I note when I lock or unlock the car, I see
those two simultaneous directional arrows, which I had not
noticed before at such junctures.  Any ideas about this?

My friend, who had thought I was stupid to get the Prius now
says I was prescient.  <g>  Of course, that's not true, but it
was nice to hear.  I have to wonder how many folks will be
wanting a Prius now, and how Toyota might not get as much
business as it might have if they are not hard to get (at some
dealerships).
--
Jean B.

Posted by Stan and Dee Bringer on September 4, 2005, 12:07 am
 
At $.00 per gallon of gasoline, I would imagine that many people will be
standing in line at Toyota Dealers on Tuesday to get a Toyota Prius.

Stan




Posted by Michelle Steiner on September 4, 2005, 12:19 am
 wrote:


Could it be that you had not turned off the car?


They're standard.  when you lock or unlock the car, the lights flash;
the car uses the hazard blinker to do this, so the directional lights
flash too.

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Stop Mad Cowboy Disease:  Impeach the son of a Bush.

Posted by Jean B. on September 4, 2005, 1:31 am
 Michelle Steiner wrote:

It is possible I guess.  I checked to see whether it was in
park, which it was.  It didn't comment when I got back in and
left again but maybe I'd better go check....

I must have just not noticed that before, but it seems pretty
noticeable.  Odd.

--
Jean B.

Posted by Jean B. on September 4, 2005, 3:21 am
 Jean B. wrote:


Actually, as I think about it, it's possible I didn't push
Power firmly enough.  I have seen myself doing similar things.

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Jean B.

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