Separate names with a comma.
I'd just pick the heavier of the two, used for both.
Techron is patented by Chevron.
The more to the point the better, with searches. Toyota doesn't provide oil change instructions in Owner's Manuals; that nixes your search. Best...
If it's a third gen, just follow the required maintenance schedule for 200K miles, nothing more. That'll destroy the engine anyway.
You don't notice stuff like that, till you have before and after side-by-side lol.
Reported, Tideland may move it.
funny Vancouver didn't snag any.
Need a bit more back story. What the miles, symptoms?
Ok, see on Toyota Tech Info there's "corolla" and "corolla hv". I downloaded the former, and the latter (HV version) has this:
Maybe there's a Corolla And a Corolla Hybrid manual?? I downloaded the former. Screengrab from bookmark tab;
FWIW, 2023 Prius Owner's Manual (US) is says 0W16.
I'd go with dealer recommendation; someone's got to bell this runaway cat.
This little bit of text has gone through near COUNTLESS edits, going from second gen Prius onward:
SAE 0W-8 0W-16 0w-20 5W30 is the best choice...
Check the title; that's the Multimedia Manual.
So if you've got no oil consumption the EGR doesn't clog?
To be fair I think it's a symphony of screw ups. But my money's on the EGR design.
Maybe this thread should be reported, get the title fixed:
First No Gen 5 2023 Toyota Prius cars show up at the dealers!
Post a pic of the oil filler cap?
Stop the presses, excerpt from the US Owner's Manual (page 394):
(you can download pdf from Toyota Tech Info btw, often handier than...
0W20 used to be the ridiculously thin oil, lol.
Check it first with machinists straight edge and feeler gauges, against spec*. If it’s within spec I believe it’s always preferable to avoid...