Hybrid vehicles are driven both by an electric motor as well as an internal combustion engine. While the electric motors are powered by Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries, hybrid fuel engines still require lead-acid batteries to crank them. And just like any regular vehicle, these lead-acid batteries sulfate which in turn leads to premature battery failure. At the time of this article, a replacement for a Prius C battery costs US$150.
With the Infinitum Desulfator the lifespan of the battery can be doubled which is a significant cost savings considering the desulfator is only a third of cost of the battery replacement.
Below is a quick and easy installation for the Toyota Prius C that will only take you about 5 minutes. All you need is the spanner that is located tool case in the trunk of the car.
Toyota Prius & Camry Hybrid Battery Location
In the Toyota Prius and Toyota Camry Hybrid (unlike the Prius C), the lead-acid battery is located in the right side of the trunk where the desulfator can be installed.
The installation for the desulfator is easier here as the battery is easily accessible being at waist height. Simply lift the cover and install in a similar fashion.