Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule Manchester NH

Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule

The Toyota Camry is known around Amherst, Manchester, and Derry for being a dependable vehicle. Though to keep it in quality shape for a long time, you need to keep up with regular maintenance.

Below, our team at Ira Toyota of Manchester will go over the Toyota Camry maintenance schedule. This is so you can get an idea of what type of work is needed at any given mileage interval. Read through this guide, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

10,000 Miles

When your 2018 Toyota Camry reaches 10,000 miles, you’ll want to get the following work done:

  • Check installation of driver’s floor mat.
  • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels.
  • Inspect wiper blades.
  • Replace cabin air filter.
  • Replace engine oil and oil filter.
  • Rotate tires.
  • Visually inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs.

The following items are for special operating conditions, like driving on dirt or dusty roads:

  • Inspect ball joints and dust covers.
  • Inspect drive shaft boots.
  • Inspect engine air filter.
  • Inspect steering linkage and boots.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts on chassis and body.

30,000 Miles

Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule

At the 30,000-mile mark, you’ll want to get the same work done as the 10,000-mile check. You’ll also want to replace the engine air filter, and visually inspect the following:

  • Automatic transmission fluid cooler hoses and connections
  • Automatic transmission for signs of leakage
  • Ball joints and dust covers
  • Brake lines and hoses
  • Drive shaft boots
  • Engine coolant
  • Exhaust pipes and mountings
  • Fuel lines and connections, fuel tank band, and fuel tank vapor vent system hoses
  • Fuel tank cap gasket
  • Radiator and condenser
  • Steering gear
  • Steering linkage and boots

65,000 Miles

After 65,000 miles, you’ll want to:

  • Check installation of driver’s floor mat.
  • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels.
  • Inspect wiper blades.
  • Rotate tires.
  • Visually inspect brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs.

If you drive on dirt or dusty roads, following the same special schedule as the 10,000-mile check. Though, you’ll also want to add replacing the engine oil and oil filter.

120,000 Miles

Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule

If your Camry is still running well after 120,000 miles, then you’ve done a great job at keeping up with routine maintenance.

At this point, you’ll follow the same schedule as the 30,000-mile check. Here, you’ll add the following:

  • Inspect vacuum pump for brake booster (A25A-FKS only).
  • Replace spark plugs.
  • Replace vacuum pump for brake booster (2GR-FKS engine only).

Furthermore, if your vehicle experiences extensive idling and/or low speed driving for long distances, then you’ll want to replace the automatic transmission fluid.

Schedule Toyota Camry Maintenance Today

If your Toyota Camry needs any kind of maintenance work completed, bring it to the Ira Toyota of Manchester Service Center.

Our team will work quickly and efficiently to get you back on the streets of Amherst, Manchester, and Derry as soon as possible. Plus, we’ll only use genuine parts. These are the same ones found on the assembly line when the car was first built. This way, there won’t be any issues of quality or fit.

So, don’t wait. Schedule service for your Toyota Camry today!