Service at Our Dealership

The best way to protect your vehicle's value and ensure that it functions well for many years is to maintain it properly at regular intervals. Our Toyota of Richardson service team have answers to frequently asked automotive service questions.

What Services Does Your Maintenance Department Cover?

When it comes to helping our customers maintain their vehicles, our service department offer brake repair and replacement, oil changes, transmission repairs, four-wheel alignment, tire rotation, filter changes, brake inspections, multipoint vehicle inspections, and belt and hose replacement.

How Often Does Toyota Recommend an Oil Change?

Routine oil changes are necessary to improve the operation of the vehicle and protect the parts from excessive wear and damage. The oil is considered to be the blood of the engine, which makes it necessary to replace the oil every 3,000 miles to lubricate the parts. The oil can also be changed every three months for those who don't drive as much.

Do You Have Loaner Vehicles or a Shuttle?

At our dealership, you can take advantage of our complimentary shuttle services after dropping off your vehicle for maintenance or repairs. We conveniently offer late pick-up and early drop-off to accommodate your schedule. Rental cars are also available at our location to ensure you have a reliable mode of transportation until the work is completed on your personal vehicle.

When Should I Replace My Tires?

We recommend replacing your tires when they have 2/32” of depth left to maintain traction on the road. You can also perform the "penny test" to determine how much tread is left by placing a penny upside down in the tread. If you can see the top of Lincoln's head, then it's time to replace the tires to remain safe while driving.

Will My Warranty Cover My Repairs?

Each warranty is different from what the repairs or maintenance that is covered. Our technicians are available to review your warranty and inform you of what repairs are covered by our service department. Mechanical issues that develop on their own and aren't due to negligence or an accident are covered by most warranties

Do I Have to Pay For a Recall?

You can have peace of mind knowing that the manufacturer is responsible for covering the costs of recalls in most cases. You'll receive a letter in the mail or an email notifying you of the recalls and will have a specific amount of time to bring the car in to our dealership to have the necessary repairs performed. If you wait too long after you're notified of the recall, you may be responsible for paying for the costs out of pocket.

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