The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) is compiling complaints about 2004 and some 2005 Toyota Priuses that have shut down while driving. Some owners have noted that the car completely loses power at highways speeds. Toyota has not "recalled" the popular hybrid, but issued a service bulletin to Prius owners so the cars can be fixed by a computer-control update. No injuries or deaths have been attributed to the problem.
Prius gets 'service bulletin' for stalling
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