This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2010 - 2011||Toyota||Prius||Base||1.8L L4||Hatchback|
|2010 - 2011||Toyota||Prius||Premium||1.8L L4||Hatchback|
Other identifiers for this part: PerfectFit #: REPT100144, Eagle Eyes #: TY1113-A001L, TYC #: 20-9092-01-1, DEPO #: 312-11B7L-US7.
Fits Years: 2011 2010 Toyota Prius Front Headlight Assembly Replacement Housing / Lens / Cover
Fits Engines: 4 Cylinder
- No-Hassle Returns
- Live Representatives
- DOT/SAE Certified
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Most Orders Shipped Priority Mail
- Distribution Centers in NJ, GA, NV
- 2048-Bit SSL Encrypted
- Norton Verified & Secure
Just wanted you to know that I was pleasantly surprised with my "Go-Parts" experience. I rarely buy online, and now that I'm older, I rarely work on my car. Recently, though, I could hear the bearing going out on the radiator cooling fan on my 2006 PT Cruiser. I finally decided to fix it myself. I'm glad I did. After buying a repair manual, I could see the repair would be a bit challenging. The auto parts store at the corner was asking over $200 for the part, and I'm sure the dealer would be asking well over $350. Add in labor and all the other extras they would want to charge me for (drain and flush radiator, etc.) and I anticipated the dealer charging over $600. I needed the part soon--it was getting pretty noisy and decided to quit driving the car on Wednesday. I ordered the part on Thursday afternoon. FedEx delivered it on Saturday morning. Perfect! With delivery, the fan cost me just over $100 from Go-Parts. By Saturday evening, I was back on the road. The experience could not have been any better. Unfortunately, I didn't find the flyer about making a video until after I was done! Probably just as well--I had a lot to learn. (o: I'm glad you're interested in customer satisfaction. It is the key to a successful business. Best regards, Wes Keyson Orangevale, CA
From 1997 to 2003, the Prius was offered only as a compact, but with increased interest, the automaker announced that 2003 would be the first year in which a mid-size rendition was available. Unique in appearance and incredibly fuel-efficient, one can find a Prius seemingly on every corner.