Toyota Services in Detail

Toyota Services and How They Help

Want to keep your Toyota running smoothly for years to come? One of the most important things you can do is keep up with your manufacturer's recommended maintenance services.

There is no better place to take your Toyota for service than your Toyota Dealer. When you visit your Toyota Dealership for Service, you can count on us to take good care of you and your vehicle. Our team of dedicated Service Advisors and factory-trained Technicians is committed to delivering quality service using only Toyota Genuine Parts.

To learn more about Toyota service components and complex technologies please select the service listed above.

Engine

  1. Intake Camshaft
  2. Camshaft Timing Pulley
  3. Timing Cover
  4. Idler Pulley
  5. Timing Belt
    Synchronizes the rotation of the camshaft, which opens and closes the intake/exhaust valves, with the movement of the crankshaft
  6. Crankshaft Pulley
  7. Exhaust Camshaft
  8. Valves

    Cylinder Head:

    The indented lower surface forms the combustion chamber.

    Camshaft:

    Driven by timing belt. It opens and closes the intake and exhaust valves.

  9. Pistons
    Move up and down in the cylinder as a result of receiving the pressure created by the explosion of the air-fuel mixture.
  10. Crankshaft
    Converts the up-and-down motion of the piston into rotational motion via the connecting rods. This motion is transferred to the transmission which makes the vehicle move.

Exhaust Valves:
Open to discharge combustion gases from the cylinders.

Intake Valves:
Open to draw the air-fuel mixture into the cylinders.

Oil Pan:
Receptacle for engine oil.

Cylinder Head:
The indented lower surface forms the combustion chamber.

Camshaft:
Driven by timing belt. It opens and closes the intake and exhaust valves.

Associated Toyota Care Products:

1. Air Filter

Removes harmful particles from the ambient air by passing it through the air filter before entering the engine.


Toyota Air Induction
Toyota Air Filter

Toyota Throttle Body Cleaner

Throttle Body Cleaner

Toyota Genuine Air Filter

Oil prevents metal to metal contact between moving parts of the engine. The lubrication system pumps oil throughout the engine and to the oil filter to be cleaned.

1. Oil Pump:

Takes oil collected in the oil pan and pumps it under pressure to each part of the engine.

2. Relief Valve:

Relieves excessive oil pressure.

Toyota Lubrication System

Oil Pressure Switch
Activates a warning lamp if the oil pressure is insufficient.

3. Oil Strainer:

Takes oil collected in the oil pan and pumps it under pressure to each part of the engine.

4. Oil Filter:

Engine oil gradually becomes contaminated with metal chips, etc. The oil filter removes these undesired substances from the oil.


Synthetic Motor Oil

Toyota Genuine Synthetic Motor Oil

Oil System Cleaner

Toyota Engine Oil System Cleaner

Motor Oil

Toyota Genuine Motor Oil

Toyota Genuine Oil Filter

Toyota Genuine Oil Filter

Maintains proper engine operating temperature. The cooling system removes excess heat by pumping coolant through the engine to the radiator. Air flows through the radiator and removes heat from the coolant.

Oil prevents metal to metal contact between moving parts of the engine. The lubrication system pumps oil throughout the engine and to the oil filter to be cleaned.

1. Oil Pump:

Takes oil collected in the oil pan and pumps it under pressure to each part of the engine.

2. Relief Valve:

Relieves excessive oil pressure.

Toyota Lubrication System

Super Long Life Coolant

Super Long Life Coolant

Long Life Coolant

Long Life Coolant

Cooling System Flush

Cooling System Flush

MVP Radiator

1. Spark Plugs:

Ignite the air/fuel mixture inside the cylinder using the high voltage provided by the coil.

2. Electronic Igniter:

Provide the high current required to ignite the spark plug.

3. Alternator:

Charges the battery and provides electrical power while the engine is operating.

4. Starter:

Engages the flywheel to start the engine.

5. Battery:

A rechargeable source of electrical power when the engine is stopped.

Toyota Electrical System

Spark Plug

Spark Plug

Battery

Battery

Remanufactured Alternator

Remanufactured Alternator

Remanufactured Starter

Remanufactured Starter


Contact Cleaner

Toyota Electrical Contact Cleaner

Terminal Cleaner & Protector

Toyota Battery Terminal Cleaner and Toyota Battery Terminal Protector

Planetary Gears:

Gear shifting is performed by combinations of the input gear, output gear and the locking gear.

1. Torque Converter:

Transmits and multiplies torque from the engine using transmission fluid as the medium.

2. Differential:

    Performs Three Functions:
  • Changes the direction of the driving power.
  • Final gear reduction.
  • Allows drive wheels to rotate at different speeds when cornering.

Transmission Fluid:

Transmission fluid is an integral part of your automatic transaxle function. Check with your Service Advisor for recommended service intervals for your Toyota vehicle.

Automatic Transaxle Diagram

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - D/M

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - D/M

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - WS

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - WS

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - T

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - T

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - T-IV

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - T-IV

1. 3rd & 4th Gears:

Used for cruising below highway speeds

2. 5th Gear (Overdrive):

Used when driving at highway speeds to maximize fuel economy.

Synchromesh Mechanism:

Synchronizes the rotational speed of the gears when they are being changed for smooth, easy shifts.

3. Input Shaft:

Transmits the power from the engine to the trasmission via the clutch.

4. 1st & 2nd Gears:

High torque gears, used for starting off and accelerating.

Clutch Disc:

Transmits power from the engine to the transmission.

Flywheel:

The inertia provided by the flywheel's weight makes the crankshaft rotate more evenly and the engine run more smoothly.

Manual Transaxle Diagram

Gear Oil V160

Gear Oil V160

Manual Transmission Gear Oil LV

Manual Transmission Gear Oil LV

A.D.D. Hypoid Gear Oil

A.D.D. Hypoid Gear Oil

Wheels

Differential:

    Performs Three Functions:
  • Change the direction of the driving power.
  • Final gear reduction.
  • Allows drive wheels to rotate at different speeds when cornering.

Driveshaft:

Transmits power from the differential to the wheel.

Transaxle:

A transaxle is a transmission and differential combined into one unit, used in front-wheel drive and some all wheel drive vehicles.

AWD Powertrain

Transmission:

Uses gears to transmit power from the engine to the drive wheels. Selecting different gears changes the amount of power and torque transmitted.

Clutch (manual transmission only):

The clutch either transmits or isolates the power from the engine to the drive wheels.

Propeller Shaft:

On front engine rear-wheeled drive vehicles, the propeller shaft transmits power from the transmission to the differential.


Hypoid Limited-Slip Fluid

Hypoid Limited-Slip Fluid

A.D.D. Hypoid Gear Oil

A.D.D. Hypoid Gear Oil

75W-140 Differential Oil

75W-140 Differential Oil

Gear Oil V160

Gear Oil V160

75W-85 Synthetic Differential Gear Oil

75W-85 Synthetic Differential Gear Oil

Brake Fluid:
This hydraulic fluid distributes pressure via the master cylinder to the wheels. Contact your Service Advisor for appropriate brake fluid service intervals for your Toyota vehicle.

  1. Master Cylinder
    Changes the force applied to the brake pedal into hydraulic force.
  2. Brake Booster
    Increases the force applied to the brake master cylinder in response to the driver's pressure on the brake pedal.
  3. Drum Brake
    When the brakes are applied, the brake shoes press against the drums and slow the rotation of the rear wheels.
  4. Disc Brake
    When the brakes are applied, the caliper clamps the brake pads against both sides of the rotor, which slows the rotation of the front wheels.

Associated Toyota Care Products:

Toyota DOT3 Brake Fluid

Toyota DOT3 Brake Fluid

Toyota Brake Cleaner

Toyota Brake Cleaner

Remanufactured Caliper

Remanufactured Caliper

Toyota Genuine Brake Pads

Toyota Genuine Brake Pads

Toyota Genuine Rotors

Toyota Genuine Rotors

Function of the Suspension:

Improves riding comfort and provides handling stability.

Function of Shock Absorber:

Suppresses the bouncing motion of the springs.

1. Piston Rod:

Strong enough to support the vehicle's weight as well as the various types of shocks encountered while driving.

2. Oil:

Increases the force applied to the brake master cylinder in response to the driver's pressure on the brake pedal.

Tie Rod:

The tie rod transmits the steering force from the steering rack to the wheel.

Constant Velocity (CV) Boot:

Protects the constant velocity joint from exposure to the elements and maintains its lubrication.

Suspension

Toyota Axle Boot Kit

Toyota Axle Boot Kit

Axle Shaft

Remanufactured Axle Shaft

1. Steering Column:

Transmits driver input from the steering wheel to the steering rack.

2. Tie-rod Ends:

  • The link between the steering rack and the suspension/wheels.
  • Ball/socket fittings provides flexibility with suspension movement.

3. Steering Rack:

  • Transmits steering force from the column to the wheels.
  • May be either hydraulic or electric, depending on your vehicle.
  • Hydraulic systems use a pump run by the engine to reduce required steering effort.
  • Electric systems use electrical power and a computer to control the power assist.

4. Power Steering Pump and Lines:

  • Provides power assist to reduce required steering effort.
  • Power steering lines carry hydraulic fluid under high pressure.
Steering

Toyota Toyota Body Grease

Toyota Body Grease

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - D/M

Toyota Automatic Transmission Fluid - D/M

Remanufactured Steering Rack

Remanufactured Steering Rack

Systems

Condenser:

The high-temperature, high-pressure refrigerant from the compressor passes through the condenser, where it is cooled and changes from a gas to a liquid..

Compressor:

It compresses the refrigerant, and sends it to the condenser under high pressure.

Cooling Unit:

Includes evaporator, expansion valve and thermistor.

Expansion Valve:

Atomizes liquefied refrigerant and injects it into the evaporator.

Receiver:

The refrigerant liquefies in the condenser and is stored in this tank for supply to the evaporator. On newer Toyota models the receiver is integrated into the condenser.

1. Cabin Air Filter:

Captures unwanted particles such as pollen, dust and other pollutants before they enter your vehicle's passenger compartment.

2. Blower Unit:

Blows air into the passenger compartment.

3. Evaporator:

Vaporizes the refrigerant which cools the evaporator. Air passing through the evaporator is cooled before entering the passenger compartment.

Air Conditioning

Toyota Genuine Cabin Air Filter

Toyota Genuine Cabin Air Filter

Remanufactured AC Compressor

Remanufactured AC Compressor

1. Pressure Regulator:

  • Maintains proper fuel pressure for optimum system operation.

2. Fuel Tank:

  • Holds fuel for gasoline engine.
  • Sealed unit that holds fuel for the gasoline engine and prevents emission of fuel vapours.
  • Includes evaporative emissions system that recovers fuel vapours and use the trapped vapours in the engine itself.

3. Fuel Pump:

  • Electric motor that ensures proper flow of fuel through the fuel system.
  • The pump is located in the fuel tank.
Fuel System

4. Fuel Lines:

  • Distribute fuel from the tank assembly to the engine.

5. Injectors:

  • Open and close to provide fuel to individual cylinders.
  • Control the fuel to each individual cylinder.
  • Atomize (converts to a fine mist) fuel for optimum combustion and fuel economy.
  • Impurities in the fuel can reduce injectors over time. Regular injector maintenance will keep your system performance.

EFI System Cleaner

Toyota Combustion EFI System Cleaner

Toyota Fuel Cleaner Additive

Toyota Fuel Cleaner Additive

  1. Gasoline Engine
    Provides power to the wheels under heavy loads, above certain speeds and to charge the HV Battery. Turns on and off under certain conditions like stop-and-go traffic, to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions.
  2. Electric Motor
    Provides power to the wheels under heavy loads, above certain speeds and to charge the HV Battery. Turns on and off under certain conditions like stop-and-go traffic, to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions.
  3. High Voltage Battery
    One of two power sources to drive the vehicle, the other being the engine. Can power the vehicle on its own, or work in conjunction with the gasoline engine when loads require. When powering the vehicle on its own, tailpipe emissions are reduced to zero.
  4. Regenerative Braking System
    Motor is used as a generator to convert braking energy into electricity. Effective in stop-and-go city traffic.
  5. Tie-rod Ends
    Charges the high voltage battery.
  6. Power Control Unit(Inverter)
    Charges the high voltage battery.

Auxiliary Battery:
Converts AC voltage to DC voltage.
Provides power to the electric air conditioning compressor.
Unlike conventional vehicles, the hybrid can run the air conditioning without running the engine.

Hybrid Transaxle:
Plays a dual role.
Provides both electrical and engine power to the wheels.
Acts as a generator to charge the high voltage battery.

1. Exhaust Flange:

Unique design maintains a gas-tight seal allowing for movement and vibration control.

2. Muffler (Silencer):

Reduces noise. Maintains proper back pressure which contributes to performance and fuel economy.

3. Oxygen Sensor:

Used to monitor the concentration of harmful gases in the exhaust flow.

4. Catalytic Converter:

Uses a chemical reaction to alter the makeup of the exhaust gases and reduce harmful emissions.

Toyota Exhaust System

 
Combustion Sytem Cleaner

Toyota Combustion & EFI System Cleaner

Fuel Cleaner

Toyota Fuel Cleaner Additive

 
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