Toyota Prius

Did you lose all the keys to 2004-2009 Toyota Prius and looking for Replacement?

2004-2009 Toyota Prius all share the same key. The same key can be programmed to any of the following the years.

  • 2004 Toyota Prius

  • 2005 Toyota Prius

  • 2006 Toyota Prius

  • 2007 Toyota Prius

  • 2008 Toyota Prius

  • 2009 Toyota Prius

Here is how the 2004-2009 Key looks like:

2004-2009 Toyota Prius Car key

hi Ron its Robert from advanced diagnostics today we’re going to be 2004 Toyota Prius it does have the smart entry on it and this is the fob that it takes normally this would have a chrome logo

on the back silver car logo but it doesn’t have it this is a replacement key so that’s why it doesn’t have your immobilizer light is right up here in

the center of the dash up here you can see it flashing so we’re going to go ahead and program the transponder part first to get the car running using the

Kiko pro and the smart dongle we’re going to select North America we’re going to go to Chris it’s an O for 209 this does have smart access proximity

press the required dongle it’s going to be the EM dongle for this car leaving nishan off press Enter key please wait trying to communicate as

keys our program in two separate procedures one step one is registered registered transponder step two is register smart / remote transponder

registration needs to be completed before smart remote registration okay so it’s the transponder then it’s the remote press Enter key going to go to

special functions we’re going to reset transponder ECU is what we want because we don’t have it we don’t have a procs right now or a key that starts this

thing so we’re going to reset it okay it says reset transponder ECU quick reset allows you to program up to two keys normal reset allows you to program five

keys use quick reset yes or no obviously that’s we’ll be a yes insert key one into slop okay your slot is right down here on the

dash and we’re going to insert it into the slot okay like so now go back to code you can enter please wait trying to communicate look for solid theft light

if light is solid and reset was  successful okay right up here in the net oh that’s like okay that means the reset was successful

okay so right now there’s no transponder proxies or fobs whatever you want to call registered to this car okay so let’s lift Kieffer slot hit X remove it

now it says insert key 1 into slot okay let’s do that okay our our set flight came back on solid again as you can see right there let’s identity and see what

it tells us next cycle power button on and off quickly till thought till theft light goes off okay so here’s the button I’m just going to start cycling it to

light goes out and then the stronger the door shut anyway our light is out so let’s go back here to the t code it says press Enter

key reset transponder ECU procedure complete okay this is done we can start the car right now in fact I’m going to stop this

video and I’m going to do a second video on the remote part of this procs key so thanks for watching and stay tuned for episode 2

alright guys this is Robert with advanced diagnostics we’re back with the 2000 fortunate a Prius we programmed this to start the vehicle

this procs fob so right now it’ll start if you put it in the slot okay we’re going to go ahead and program the smart ECU next which is the buttons

on it and all that stuff so let’s go ahead and do that we’re going to go to we’re using the beta software with a smart dog all the key code Pro we’re

going to go to reset smart ECU the last option here okay ensure the driver’s door is open during the procedure yeah we got it open

please wait okay 16 minutes here to wait so I’m going to pause the video and then we’ll come back and we’ll continue on with this so take 16 minutes thank you

okay guys this is the 2004 Toyota Prius that we’re working on here we program the transponder part in the first video and we’re into the second part of the

programming procedure and that is the first step is to reset the smart ECU which is what we just did after the 16 minute wait this is the Automotive Locksmith service

screen that you’ll see and this is the procs that we’re going to be programming in here in just a minute so let’s go ahead go to register smart is what we’re

going to do do you have registered smart keys yes we have one that’s registered to the vehicle to start the vehicle so we do insert key with registered

transponder into slot open driver’s door switch ignition on okay I’m gonna close my drivers chatter insert the key into the registered

transponder with the registered transponder into the slot open the driver’s door and switch the ignition on okay we did that we hit enter follow

next screens quickly and carefully complete operation within 30 seconds after pressing enter switch ignition off  your movie from slot press lock and then

press and release lock and unlock buttons for 2 seconds release both press and hold lock timed out waiting for lock unlock on

unregistered smart key to be pressed press Enter key so let’s try it again maybe work fast enough

do you have registered smart keys yes and serve it slot token driver’s door switch ignition on all next things

carefully switch ignition off away from slot dressing release lock and unlock buttons for 2 seconds release button

press and hold lock button on unregistered till it beep ok there it went it took us 2 tries to get it ok you heard it beep when it beeped ok so that

means that everything’s a go when you hear it beep if you don’t get a success the first time like it happened to us it just happened go back and do it again

the register smart key and that will get you going that’s right here register smart ok so that concludes this video guys thanks for watching and I hope this

helps out somebody trying to do this procedure like I say if it fails once just go back through it again after you do your reset of your smarter you see

you when you go to registers of smart keys it might take you once or twice to get it but don’t give up and like I say it’s not that hard to do

thanks a lot for watching and have a good day bye bye.

The Toyota Prius ( plural: Prii) is a full hybrid electric mid-size hatchback, formerly a compact sedan developed and manufactured by Toyota. The EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB) rate the Prius as among the cleanest vehicles sold in the United States based on smog-forming emissions.

The Prius first went on sale in Japan in 1997, and was available at all four Toyota Japan dealerships, making it the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle. It was subsequently introduced worldwide in 2000. The Prius is sold in almost 80 countries and regions, with its largest markets being those of Japan and the United States. Global cumulative Prius sales reached the milestone 1 million vehicle mark in May 2008, 2 million in September 2010, and passed the 3 million mark in June 2013. Cumulative sales of 1 million Prii were achieved in the U.S. by early April 2011, and Japan reached the 1 million mark in August 2011.

In 2011, Toyota expanded the Prius family to include the Prius v, an extended hatchback wagon, and the Prius c, a subcompact hatchback. The production version of the Prius plug-in hybrid was released in 2012. The Prius family reached global cumulative sales of 3.8 million units by June 2013, representing 71.7% of Toyota hybrid sales of 5.3 million Lexus and Toyota units sold worldwide since 1997. Global sales of the Prius c family passed the 500,000 mark in August 2013, with sales led by Japan with 448,703 Aquas, followed by the U.S. with 65,583 Prii c.