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Is your electric car needing an oil change? Do electric cars even need oil? If you drive an EV, you can officially say goodbye to oil changes, as electric cars do not use oil. They do, however, require brake fluid, coolant, and transmission fluid changes. Take a moment to learn more about maintenances requires for EVs like the Jaguar I-PACE. Then, if you think you’re due for maintenance near Delray Beach, explore the service specials at Jaguar Palm Beach, and reach out to our service department for help in West Palm Beach!
Now that our Delray Beach neighbors know that electric cars do not use oil and that they never need to take their electric cars in for an oil change again, let’s take a look at a few fluids that still need to be changed. These include:
We’ve covered what fluid changes a Jaguar I-PACE requires. Now, let’s take a look at the unique components of an EV. For starters, your EV implements an electric motor that uses magnets to create a magnetic field around your motor and turn. As the motor churns, it converts the electric current from your battery into torque. Other unique components of your electric Jaguar I-PACE include:
While electric cars do not use oil, and Wellington drivers don’t need to give their electric cars an oil change, if you think your I-PACE is overdue for a service, call our service center at (561) 556-5378. We can top off its fluids for less than the competition, and inspect all of its unique systems. In the meantime, be sure to check out our service tips for other helpful reads, like our overview of how many miles tires last and more!
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