Giving your Toyota Corolla the necessary care and attention keeps it on the road for longer and at minimal cost. According to the manufacturer, you should schedule a service appointment after every 5,000 miles or six months (whichever comes first). The service performed during each appointment will depend on some factors such as driving conditions and the model. Our professional technicians will evaluate and make the necessary service and repairs.
Toyota Corolla services include tire rotation and tire services. Our tire sales and services technicians will reset the tires to the correct pressure. If you prefer synthetic oil, the oil change should be after every 10,000 miles or 12 months. Toyota Corolla oil change and oil filter replacement, and drain plug gasket need replacing at this service interval. Our experts in Toyota Corolla service in West County also inspect fluid levels and make adjustments if necessary. They will conduct brake services, transmission services, check the exterior light bulbs, batteries, and reset the maintenance reminder light.
Checking the condition of your Toyota Corolla tires is vital for a variety of reasons. Typically, inspecting the tires to ensure they are in alignment and good condition helps keep other problems at bay. For example, the tires’ uneven wear can make your vehicle lean towards one side and put undesirable pressure on some of the components. The service technician checks the tread depth and rotates the tires whenever necessary. If you are frequently driving on dirt roads or dusty roads, some of the maintenance items, such as inspecting the engine air filter after 10,000 miles or 12 months, are critical. This service helps to prevent dirt and debris from entering the engine and causing some damage.
Steering boot, dust covers, and ball joints are components that deteriorate if you frequently drive in dusty conditions. This exposure can lead to severe friction and corrosion of the elements. If ignored, worn-out vehicle parts can cause serious safety issues. Some other small issues, such as the drain plug gasket, can cause oil spills and eventual engine problems. A multi-point inspection will help pick out such issues and keep your Toyota Corolla on the road.
Keeping the Toyota Corolla service and maintenance intervals at a minimum is the ideal. It will help prevent repair issues that cost you an arm and a leg down the road. Regular service appointments will also help maintain the longevity of your Toyota Corolla. Here at Jay Wolfe Toyota of West County, we use genuine Toyota parts for optimum quality and dependability. We also keep a record of all the visits you make so that you don’t have to keep them yourself.