2021 Toyota RAV4 Exterior

How Often Should I Service My Toyota RAV4?

Your Toyota RAV4 occasionally needs service for performance and safety. The ideal Toyota RAV4 maintenance schedule can be found in your owner's manual, which you can easily consult to make sure you don't miss any service appointments. Even if the services that your car needs are relatively minor, you'll want to keep up with all Toyota RAV4 service intervals to avoid mechanical and safety problems with your vehicle. Proper maintenance can also increase your car's resale value and help you drive it longer.

15,000-Mile Service

The first service milestone for your Toyota is 15,000 miles. When your RAV4 gets to 15,000 miles, it will need to have the engine oil changed, and it may also need a new engine filter. The tires will also be rotated. The engine coolant fluid will be inspected, and a mechanic will also examine the steering linkage and the car's axle boots. The exhaust pipes get a visual inspection, along with the mountings. The braking system receives a comprehensive overview, including the brake discs and brake pads, to make sure the brakes are not worn out. The radiator will be checked, along with the intercooler and condenser.

30,000-Mile Service

When the Toyota hits 30,000 miles, it has some additional services to ensure it is in prime working condition. The steering gear gets checked at this point, and the transmission will be checked for leaks if you have an automatic. The gasket on the fuel tank is also inspected. Your Toyota will get a new engine filter at this point, and it will have the oil replaced. The tires are checked as well, and they will be rotated for safety and performance. The fuel lines will be inspected, and the radiator is also visually inspected.

60,000-Mile Service

At 60,000 miles, your Toyota will have the wiper blades replaced. The exterior lights are also checked. The car will get another oil change, and it will get a new engine filter. The tire pressure levels are evaluated and adjusted, and the tires are inspected for overall quality. Your RAV4 may get new spark plugs, and it may also have the battery replaced.

90,000-Mile Service

When your RAV4 reaches 90,000 miles, it will be due for additional service. At this time, the Toyota will have the fuel connections and fuel lines checked. Its fuel tank will be inspected as well, along with the exhaust pipes. The engine oil gets changed, and your car may get a new oil filter. The tires are balanced and rotated, and the major fluids are changed.

Contact us today to schedule service for your Toyota RAV4.


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