Fluid Maintenance for Hybrid Vehicles (Part 1)

Fluid Maintenance for Hybrid Vehicles (Part 1)

Always recommend premium engine oils for these vehicles.

There are more than 7 million hybrid vehicles on the roads in the United States.  

The one thing they all have in common is that they’ll need maintenance. In fact, many hybrid vehicles will have more maintenance items than a conventional internal-combustion-only vehicle due to the hybrid drivetrain. Even fully electric vehicles will require maintenance and potentially a certain amount of service at some point.

Hybrid vehicles combine a traditional internal combustion engine with one or more electric motors, and they require several types of fluids to operate efficiently and safely.

This video is sponsored by The Pronto Network. 

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