On one hand, I'd prefer to take the car where I bought it for maintenance, but on the other hand I get the feeling they don't know what they're talking about. It was introduced in 1999 to replace the Toyota Starlet. Quote Originally Posted by jaggurnaut Sorry for disappearing internet problems. Avoid exposure and wash any affected area immediately. Quote Originally Posted by yarisSedan yaris requires no services till 100k its just all oil changes.
Come by and see us today. Or can I come in later when I have more miles on it. Its a commuter car and I absolutely need it everyday. When I went in for my 8000 km service in January of 08 the price of the oil and filter service had I am getting close to my 100000 mile transmission service now I was really was on the impression you want to change the filter and complete flush of the fluid I have gone to several fluid places and they all said the exact same thing you do not change the filters on these cars you its a screen and it comes clean with the fluid exchange this is what I have been quoted from several places and a chain Heres a new and cool idea that will save you time and keep your car in perfect shape insuring it will last you 200000 miles no kidding Follow the maintenence schedule in your toyota manual. I did take it there for the very first service because I thought it might be good to develop a relationship.
Does this help you out Quote Originally Posted by minicorolla H3LlIoN I dont know if its called plan D or what they have a sheet of paper with four service schedules on it. To do so otherwise to do it too early is a great way to waste money and gives I just put 30K on my yaris and took it in to the dealer for the 30K. Mileage Due: Description: 100,000 Miles 3 items to Inspect, 1 item to Rotate, 1 item to Replace, 1 item to Change fluid, 2 items to Drain, f. Win some lose some mostly win though. Our recommended service intervals continue at twelve months or 10,000 miles; eighteen months or 15,000 miles; and so on. I have a 2008 yaris.
There are two maintenance schedules the toyota one written by and for toyota which will preserve the life of your car and then there is the dealerships recommendations which are specifically designed to ilk your hard-earned cash away from you. These schedules are recommended by Lexus and toyota and are specially designed to meet the demands of Bay Area Traffic. In most instances these schedules below I am at over 80K miles on my car original coolant bought a tester and took a sample from the radiator cap its clear as can be and tested -45 freeze point. Scheduling regular service appointments and keeping Toyota service intervals to a minimum help maintain the longevity of your vehicle and can also help prevent maintenance issues down the road. Disclaimer: The information contained in this video is for general information purposes only. Cant wait to hose off the yaris.
And they said to bring it in every 6 months after that. I paid 70-80 for my 5000 and 10000 mile service at the same place. Be sure to perform these. On the wall at the dealer they explain what they do for the 300 bucks but put a bit of a spin on it so you think you are getting a lot. Please press the like button if it was helpful! I just dont think the Throttle body requires regular service just like carburators didnt until the performance shows its needed. However, recommended maintenance often includes services such as tire rotation, oil change and inspection of wiper blades, brake pads and fluid levels.
I was a little late on an oil change 1000kms. I called my dealership and they insist that maintenance should be every 5000. I consider this Hard Use. Scheduled Camry service may also include an oil change and oil filter replacement. Thanks in advance for all your help. So I went to the dealer and said I needed the 15k service interval. For example, a Toyota Camry maintenance appointment usually includes a tire rotation and resets your tires to the correct psi.
Does this sound right to you guys Thank you. My advice would be to read all of your manuals thoroughly. Quote Originally Posted by sandiegan I am a little confused and I just want to clarify something here. Is it really nessesary to have them service it like that. The dealer wanted to charge me 300 bucks for its first service oil change.
My 15000 mile service is coming up so I called toyota Dealership to make an appointment. The owners manual is in Japanese and I cant understand anything. I have just bought a second hand Japan imported toyota Vitz yaris 1. Like Pavel said if it isnt in the maintenance schedlue that came with your car originally then it simply cant void your warranty. Its the one with the tranny flush 30K if you have a auto which I dont.