2019 Toyota Tacoma Maintenance Schedule

2019 Toyota Tacoma Maintenance Schedule

If you own a 2019 Toyota Tacoma, you have a midsize pickup with plenty of power for towing and hauling, along with a wide array of today’s most popular features. These are some of the reasons the Toyota Tacoma has long been a popular model at Toyota dealers across the country. And when it’s time for maintenance, you can get outstanding Toyota Tacoma service in Nampa.

 

Your Tacoma is a big investment. In fact, the only larger investment most of us make in our lifetimes comes when buying a home. To protect your investment and keep your Tacoma running smoothly and safely, you should follow Toyota’s recommended maintenance schedule. You’ll find the schedule in your Tacoma’s user manual, but if you’re not sure when to bring your pickup in for scheduled Toyota service in Nampa, feel free to call us. We’ll be glad to help, and we’ll schedule your visit.

Here’s a quick guide to the services that will be performed at some of the different stages of your scheduled maintenance visits.

5,000 Miles

At 5,000 miles, the service technicians will rotate the tires to ensure they wear evenly. They’ll inspect and adjust the fluid levels, and perform a visual inspection of the brake linings, drums, brake pads and discs. They’ll inspect the wiper blades and check the installation of the driver’s floor mat. Additionally, they’ll check to see if there have been any recalls, and they’ll perform the necessary repair work to comply with the recall.

10,000 Miles

At 10,000 miles, the technicians will perform all the 5,000-mile services, and they’ll change the oil and oil filter, and inspect the cabin air filter.

15,000 Miles

At 15,000 miles, the techs will perform the 5,000-mile services, plus re-torque the propeller shaft bolt (on four-wheel-drive models), lubricate the propeller shaft and inspect the brake lines and hoses, ball joints and dust covers, engine coolant, cabin air filter, exhaust pipes and mountings, radiator and condenser, drive shaft boots (4WD), steering linkage and boots, steering gear, front differential oil (4WD) and rear differential oil.

Scheduled maintenance continues every 5,000 miles for as long as you own your Tacoma. If you’re wondering why it’s important to bring your Toyota Tacoma to the dealer’s service department for scheduled maintenance, keep in mind that while the different parts of your pickup are engineered to last for many miles, parts such as belts and hoses wear out over time. Following your Tacoma’s maintenance schedule helps keep small problems from becoming big problems down the road. Not only will this help prevent accidents and breakdowns, it can save you thousands of dollars in repairs.

We hope you continue to experience trouble-free driving for years to come. If you have any questions about scheduled maintenance, feel free to contact us. We’re here to help.