Toyota Maintenance

Oil and Filter Change

Engine oil is the single-most vital fluid for your Toyota’s well-being because it reduces friction between moving parts and helps remove heat from the engine. The correct oil for your vehicle is marked on your vehicle’s oil cap or noted in your Owner’s Manual. If your vehicle requires an oil change, it will be drained and refilled, and your oil filter will be replaced with a Genuine Toyota oil filter. Your maintenance indictor light will also be reset at this time. Your maintenance schedule includes the proper engine oil and recommended replacement intervals.

Brake Inspections

As far as safety systems go, your Toyota’s brake system is one of the most important. The functionality and safe operation of your car’s braking system depends on following through with routine maintenance as outlined in your Toyota’s maintenance schedule. The Multipoint Inspection performed on your Toyota will include a brake inspection. This will help to ensure that your brake pad thickness is still at a safe braking level.

Tire Rotation

Tires play an important role in your vehicle’s handling, performance and driving comfort and can also have an impact on your Toyota’s fuel efficiency. So make sure to keep your tires properly inflated and use tires that match your Toyota vehicle’s specification. Tire manufacturers recommend that tires be rotated every 5,000 miles. Tire rotation is important for even tread wear and long life. When performed at the recommended times, it helps ensure that the tires wear evenly and prolong the useful life of the tires. After rotating your tires, the technician will also reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light. This system is designed to detect a change in tire pressure.

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