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DW's 2010 Prius, about 110K miles suddenly has all brake malfunction lights go on so I take it to the dealership. The good news is that the problem (brake accumulator) is under warranty and we caught it in time (150K miles or 10 yrs) so the parts & labor are free. The bad news is that the car isn't safe to drive, it will be 7 to 10 days to get parts (no we can't speed it up), and there's no loaner program.
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