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My wife's Prius died during a drive. The dealer found these codes (125, 1121, 3190, 0A80, 0AOF, and 3000-pending) and wants about $800 for the repairs.

I know the repairs include the throttle position sensor control valve and a throttle body service, as well as module reprogramming software - outdated? -

The last code (3000-pending) brings the question of whether we put $800 in a 10-year-old car knowing the HR battery may or may not be going.

Any thoughts?
 

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The last code (3000-pending) brings the question of whether we put $800 in a 10-year-old car knowing the HR battery may or may not be going.

Any thoughts?
It's a personal call.

I personally would have been thinking about replacing the whole car when it nears 10 years and 100K miles but that's just me.

Putting money into it to "nurse" it along might cost you less in the short term but after a year of doing that, you will still have an 11 year old car with maybe 120K miles on it. (not worth much).
 
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