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Toyota Brakes - Chehalis, WA


*If you have a ToyotaCare (TC), Scion Service Boost (SSB), or ToyotaCare Plus (TCP) plan, this service may be at no cost, in which case, this offer may not be applicable. Please refer to your plan for complete coverage details. See your Toyota scheduled maintenance guide for additional mileage-specific recommendations. Toyota requires 0W-20 synthetic motor oil for some 2010 and newer models at 10,000-mile intervals. Toyota synthetic motor oil slightly higher. Up to 5 quarts of oil. Installation and labor included. Tax and shop supplies extra. Some models higher. Valid in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. See your local Toyota dealer for details. Not valid with any other offer, advertised special or prior purchase. Some restrictions may apply. Toyota and Scion vehicles only. Offer expires 1/31/18.

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Although they are easy to look over, it’s important to maintain the quality of your Toyota’s brakes to keep you driving safely out on the road. Stopping your car is just as important as starting it, and we rely so heavily on our brakes day-to-day, that once they start to deplete, it’s almost impossible to continue to drive safely.

Toyota wants to make sure that you are well protected with genuine Toyota approved brakes during your journeys on the road. To that end, we have listed some features you should look for when replacing your brakes or just checking them as part of a maintenance routine. If your brakes stop smoothly and quietly, this is a good sign that they are working properly. The minute you hear a screeching or grinding noise, you should have your brakes looked at as soon as possible. No sound should ever emit from applying pressure on your brakes. If you do hear any type of sound, this means that your brakes are long overdue for a check-up, and that they are not performing as they should.

Another sign that indicates you need to repair or replace your brakes is if your Toyota begins to pull towards the side. An extremely low pedal is also a result of brake damage. How you drive and where you live also can affect your brakes. Environmental hazards and extreme weather have the potential to wear your brakes down at a faster rate. If you usually drive on long stretches of highway or live in a rural area, your brakes tend to last longer, but if you often do urban stop-and-go driving, this usually causes your brakes to lose their strength faster.

No matter where you live, it’s highly recommended that all drivers should check their brakes to ensure their safety. Additionally, having your brakes checked can prevent you from spending a fortune replacing them down the road. If you do end up needing to replace them, make sure those brakes are 100% Asbestos free, and possess Toyota-approved quality!

To drive safer and smarter, get your brakes checked or serviced today. If you maintain the longevity of your brakes, it can prevent you from having to spend large sums of money on lengthy repairs. Take care of your brakes because they are there to take care of you!

Mike White
Service Advisor Phone: 360-846-9069
Khalid Khan
Service Advisor Phone: 360-846-9069
Craig Wuolle
Pre-Owned Recon Manager Phone: 360-846-9069
Larry Winkler
Service Technician
John Long
Master Diagnostic Certified Toyota Technician
Tyler Gammel
Toyota Certified Master Technician
Tyler Snelson
Toyota Certified Master Technician
Adam Ratkie
Toyota Certified Expert Technician
Trevor Yungdahl
Master Certified Technician
Derek Gustafson
Service Technician
Jim Corbin
Service Technician
Justin Johnson
Service Technician
Krystal Justice
Service BDC Phone: 360-846-9069