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Our Toyota factory-trained and certified technicians understand every aspect of Toyotas. We make sure your vehicle is performing at its optimum level. Book your free service loaner while your car is in the shop. Get your Toyota detailed. Save 10% per service with the Go Auto App.
Why you should service with Drayton Valley Toyota
Drayton Valley Toyota is the number one Toyota Service Centre in Drayton Valley and region. Our certified technicians are trained by Toyota Canada, and we use only genuine Toyota parts. Your service advisor will take care of your servicing needs—whether they're minor or major.
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We offer complimentary loaner vehicles while your vehicle is being serviced. Make sure that you mention you need a loaner vehicle when you book your service.
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Almost every Go Auto dealership, including Drayton Valley Toyota, offers the flexibility to postpone payments for service and parts for up to twelve months, should you require vehicle servicing but are not ready to pay at the moment. This option is available on approved credit.
We recommend genuine Toyota parts. Aftermarket or used parts wear out quickly and could damage your vehicle. Order directly with us. Our factory-trained and certified techs, and a huge inventory from economy to luxury.
Drayton Valley Toyota service menu
We invite you to our state-of-the-art service center to have your vehicle serviced. Our facility employs factory-trained technicians and uses genuine Toyota parts. We are equipped to service all makes and models of vehicles. Whether you require a routine oil and filter change or bigger repair jobs such as brake or transmission work, our Service Center is ready to meet all your vehicle servicing needs.
Drayton Valley Toyota's Service Centre offers a variety of services, including but not limited to:
Engine air filters
Replacing your engine air filter regularly can contribute to improved fuel economy and prolong the life of your engine.
A cracked or worn timing belt can fail without warning, causing major engine damage and a hefty repair bill. That's why it's important to keep tabs on your vehicle's maintenance schedule and replace your old belt with a new Genuine Toyota timing belt.
Cabin air filters
Cabin air filters can get dirty over time, leading to poor air quality inside of your car. Replacing your cabin air filters can also help your car's heating and cooling systems run more effectively.
Mufflers are made to reduce the noise that comes from the exhaust of an internal combustion engine. If you've noticed your vehicle's exhaust sounding louder lately, it could be your muffler asking to be replaced.
With Alberta's extreme winter temperatures, it's critical to have your coolant checked regularly. Although the name may be misleading, coolant doesn't just cool your engine. It helps to regulate temperatures, whether you're driving through the hottest summer days or the coldest winter nights.
Genuine re-manufactured parts
Toyota takes pride in making quality parts -- new and remanufactured. Toyota's quality standards are rigid, making Toyota Remanufactured Products not only a great value, but a reliable alternative.
In a gas-powered vehicle, spark plugs supply the spark that ignites the air/fuel mixture, which then creates an explosion that makes your engine produce power (hence the name "combustion" engine). Although small, spark plugs are essential to your vehicle's function and performance.
Windshield wipers aren't meant to streak, chatter, smear, or squeak. If you've noticed any of these signs of wear, visit Toyota on the Trail to get set up with blades that are built to last.
Drayton Valley Toyota uses high-quality genuine Toyota Motor Oil in its oil changes to ensure that your Toyota runs at its optimum efficiency and power.
Cleaning & detailing products
Whether you're looking to hand wash your vehicle's exterior, give your Toyota a detailed interior cleaning, or get under the hood for an engine compartment degreasing, Drayton Valley Toyota has what you're looking for.
We use genuine Toyota oil filters, which help protect your engine against dirt and other contaminants that can cause internal wear while allowing adequate flow to internal engine components.
When everything else under your hood is built to help you get moving, your braking system handles the other half -- slowing down. When it comes to something as important as brakes, you want service you can trust. Visit Toyota on the Trail for expert brake servicing.
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Frequently asked questions
How do I know what service my Toyota needs?
You can check your maintenance schedule at Drayton Valley Toyota, in your owner's manual, or at Toyota Canada here: Maintenance Schedule - Toyota Canada.
What is Toyota's schedule maintenance?
The maintenance schedule is determined by the model you drive, kilometres driven, and driving conditions. If you do a lot of city and town driving, you may want to get more frequent oil changes. Most Toyota gas and hybrid models require an oil and filter change every 8,000 km. At each 8,000 km interval different parts of the engine and systems will require servicing, inspection or replacement. Check with us for your maintenance requirements.
What do the Toyota Oil Warning Light and Oil Change Reminder mean?
It is important to understand the distinction between the oil warning light and the oil change reminder in your Toyota vehicle. The latter is a simple reminder to schedule a routine maintenance appointment, while the former indicates a more serious issue that requires immediate attention. When the oil warning light appears on your dashboard, it is a sign that the engine oil pressure has dropped to a dangerously low level, which can lead to severe engine damage if left unaddressed. It is crucial to take your vehicle to an authorized service center right away to have the problem diagnosed and resolved. Additionally, the service center can reset your reminder light after completing the necessary maintenance.
Are low oil pressure and low oil level the same thing?
No, low oil pressure and low oil level are not the same thing.
Low oil pressure occurs when the oil pressure in the engine drops below the normal operating range. This can happen for a variety of reasons, such as a failing oil pump, a clogged oil filter, or a leak in the oil system. When the oil pressure is low, the engine may not receive adequate lubrication, which can cause damage to internal components. If this happens to you, switch your engine off immediately and get the problem fixed.
On the other hand, low oil level refers to the amount of oil in the engine being below the recommended level. This can occur due to a leak, consumption over time, or improper maintenance. When the oil level is low, there may not be enough oil to properly lubricate the engine, leading to excessive wear and damage over time.
While both low oil pressure and low oil level can lead to engine damage, they are distinct issues that may require different solutions. It is important to regularly check both the oil level and oil pressure in your vehicle and address any issues promptly to avoid further damage.
How long can a Toyota go without a service?
There is no set period of time that a Toyota or any other vehicle can go without a service in Canada. However, it is generally recommended that routine maintenance and inspections be performed on a regular basis to ensure optimal performance, safety, and longevity of the vehicle. The specific service intervals may vary depending on the make and model of the vehicle, as well as the driving conditions and habits of the owner.
In general, it is advisable to follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule, which can typically be found in the owner's manual or obtained from an authorized Toyota service center. This schedule may include tasks such as oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and fluid checks/replacements at specific mileage or time intervals. Failing to follow the recommended maintenance schedule can lead to premature wear and tear, reduced fuel efficiency, and even safety hazards. Therefore, it is important to prioritize regular servicing of your Toyota vehicle to keep it running smoothly and avoid costly repairs down the line.
How often should a Toyota get an oil change?
Get an oil and filter change approximately every 8,000 kilometers.
Does Toyota recommend full synthetic oil?
Toyota recommends synthetic oil in all of their vehicles and requires it on some model years. Please contact us for the correct information for your vehicle or check your owner's manual to find out what the recommended oil is for your Toyota model.
What happens if you keep driving with no oil change?
If you go too long without an oil change, your engine can suffer significant damage, which may lead to complete engine failure. Over time, the oil in the engine can break down and become contaminated with dirt, debris, and other impurities. This can cause the oil to turn into sludge, which is thick and viscous and can no longer properly lubricate the engine or remove heat from it.
As a result, the engine may overheat and suffer damage to internal components, such as the bearings, pistons, and camshaft. In severe cases, the engine may seize up completely, rendering it inoperable and requiring a costly engine replacement or even a new vehicle.
To prevent this from happening, it is important to follow the manufacturer's recommended oil change intervals and have your oil changed regularly, typically every 5,000 to 10,000 kilometers, depending on your driving habits and conditions. Regular oil changes can help keep your engine running smoothly and prevent costly repairs down the road.
Does it matter if your Toyota service is late?
Yes, it can matter if your Toyota service is late, as routine maintenance is an essential part of keeping your vehicle in good working order. The manufacturer's recommended service schedule is designed to ensure that all of the critical systems and components in your Toyota are properly maintained and inspected at regular intervals.
Failing to follow the recommended service schedule can lead to a number of problems, such as reduced fuel efficiency, increased wear and tear on the engine, transmission, and other components, and even safety hazards. For example, if you miss a scheduled oil change, the oil in your engine may become dirty or contaminated, which can lead to poor engine performance and potentially serious engine damage.
Additionally, if your Toyota is under warranty, failing to follow the recommended service schedule may void your warranty coverage. This can leave you responsible for any repairs or replacements that are needed, which can be costly.
It is important to prioritize routine maintenance and adhere to the recommended service schedule to keep your Toyota running smoothly and avoid any unnecessary repairs or safety hazards. If you have missed a scheduled service appointment, it is best to schedule one as soon as possible to ensure that your vehicle is properly maintained and any potential problems are addressed in a timely manner.