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Toyota Coaster Maintenance Tips

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TOYOTA COASTER MAINTENANCE TIPS
Toyota Coaster Maintenance
Apart from servicing, does our Toyota coaster need any other maintenance? It?s very important to look after our vehicle?s signs like sound, fuel efficiency and performance. That signs show that our coaster needs some maintenance apart from servicing. Other signs to look for include engine noise, a leak under the vehicle, and a change in high engine temperature, loose brake pads etc. If you do experience any of these signs, make sure that your coaster needs some inspection and repairing.
When to Replace Your Air Filter
The condition of your Toyota coaster Genuine Air Filter can be inspected by removing the casing and looking at the filter element. If it is dirty, clogged or damaged, then it needs replacing. If it is merely dusty, cleaning will be sufficient.
When To Check Your Brake Fluid Level
The brake fluid can be easily judged by visual check. Make sure that the level is between the ‘MAX’ and ‘MIN’ lines. It is normal for the fluid level to go down slightly as the brake pads wear, so be sure to keep the reservoir filled. If you’re not sure where to find the brake fluid reservoir, check your Owner’s Manual.
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When to Replace Your Brake Pads
If the brakes begin squeaking or juddering, they should inspected for wear immediately. If you have your Toyota Service Centre service your car, then the Brakes Pads will always be inspected according to the servicing schedule.
Toyota Service Centre-Safety Check
In addition to the maintenance items for each standard scheduled service, you should always do a Safety Check over the operation of key features including:
  • Replacement of worn wiper blades
  • Brake system inspections
  • Headlight realignments
  • Wheel alignments
  • Balance and rotation of wheels for even tyre wear
  • Valve clearance adjustments
  • Testing and re-gassing air conditioning
  • When To change Your Drive Belt
    A drive belt longevity and performance can be affected due to harsh operating conditions. If a belt wears out, it starts to slip and become noisy. This can cause problems such as reduced cooling efficiency and poor performance from the power steering and air conditioning.
    When To Check Your Engine Oil
    You can easily check your coaster?s engine oil when you fill up petrol. Wait a few minutes then pop the bonnet and pull out the dipstick and wipe it clean. Reinsert the dipstick – pushing it in as far as it will go. Then pull it out and look at the level on the end. If the level is near or below the Low Level, remove the oil filler cap and add small amounts of oil at a time – using the dipstick to check the level.
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    DIV Maintenance-Filling Up
    It only takes a few minutes when you’re getting petrol, and early detection could save you a lot of money. If you’re unsure how to carry out these checks, see your Service & Warranty logbook.
  • Check engine oil/coolant/ brake /clutch /windscreen washer fluid levels.
  • Check tyre pressure including spare (when cold)
  • At home, you should walk around your car checking all lights and indicators are operating.
  • When to Check Your Lights And Basic Function
    You can check it by walking around your car that all lights and indicators are working. You should also check the horn and the service indicators which should light up on your dash when you start the engine.
    When to Check Your Lights And Basic Function
    You can check it by walking around your car that all lights and indicators are working. You should also check the horn and the service indicators which should light up on your dash when you start the engine.
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    When to Replace Your Oil Filter
    A Toyota coaster?s Genuine Oil Filter is designed to perform nicely for the total time between services. If you have your Toyota Service Centre service your car, the oil filter will always be replaced according to the servicing schedule.
    When to Replace Your Shock Absorbers
    If your steering become unresponsive and you begin to feel the effects of every bump in the road, then they probably need replacing.
    When to Replace Your Shock Absorbers
  • Poor acceleration
  • Increase in fuel consumption
  • Speed doesn’t pick up quickly compared to amount of acceleration
  • Poor power when climbing hills
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