How to wash your vehicle like a pro
Summer is a great time to get outside and keep your vehicle looking fresh and new. Not only does this make your vehicle look good, but it helps keep the paint lasting longer. If you are a seasoned car washer, or a newer one, we have some tips and tricks for you! Keep reading for more information on how to wash your vehicle like a pro!
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Do you have to reprogram the key fob after changing the battery?
Key fobs are a wonderful way of being able to access your vehicle from far away. However, like anything else that is battery operated, the battery often has to be changed. Do you have to reprogram the key fob after changing the battery? Usually, you do not need to reprogram the key fob. But, on the rare occasion that you do, you can follow the steps below.
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How to properly spring clean your vehicle
As we are approaching spring and we are beginning to see nicer weather, one of the things many people like to do is spring clean. Maybe you already have your lists of the spring cleaning that needs to happen around your house, but have you considered your vehicle? If not, we have put together a guide on how to properly spring clean your vehicle. Check it out below! Read the rest of this entry
How to change the battery in a Toyota keyless remote
While having keyless remote sounds great, the fact is that at some point, the battery will wear out and it will need to be replaced. Looking for a guide on how to change the battery in a Toyota keyless remote? You have come to the right place! Check out the video below that gives a lot of information about the keyless remote for a Toyota vehicle. Read the rest of this entry
How to change my windshield wiper blades at home
You have been using your wiper blades a lot lately, but you have noticed that they make a funny noise when you turn them on, they do not really clean off your windshield, and the rubber does not look at thick as it used to. Do you know what all of this means? It is time to replace your windshield wipers! Not sure how to do this? Keep reading as we walk you through step by step how to change my windshield wiper blades at home. Read the rest of this entry
Toyota key fobs and Smart Key systems make jumping into your car as easy as pressing a button or opening a door handle. However, like with all technology, they can occasionally have some issues. If your Toyota key fob isn’t performing as it should, it is likely that it needs a fresh battery. Find instructions for replacing the battery in your Toyota key fob below. Read the rest of this entry
How to pair iPhone with Toyota Bluetooth®
There are few moments in our day when we’re not tethered to our smartphones and mobile devices, even behind the wheel. We are driven to be connected to friends, family, colleagues and our favorite apps at all times, which can be challenging (and unsafe) during car travel. To ensure our drivers keep their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel instead of on their iPhones, we’re sharing how to pair an iPhone with Toyota Bluetooth® so drivers can utilize the automaker’s Entune™ multimedia system. Read the rest of this entry
Ways to prevent car theft
We depend on our vehicles to get us to where we need to go fast. In fact, we spend so much time in our vehicles that it can be an easy place to keep some of our belongings. What do you keep in your vehicle? Maybe most importantly, where do you keep it? These are important questions because in many criminals are opportunistic. If they see an opportunity, or your GPS unit, they’ll act. Here’s what you can do to prevent this from happening. Read the rest of this entry
What types of windshield cracks can you fix?
A crack in your windshield is never a pleasant sight. However, if you’re fortunate and have good timing, you can stop small chips from turning into ugly spider cracks. Best of all, you might be able to repair the chip yourself with a DIY windshield repair kit. Read the rest of this entry
How To Test A Car Battery
As passenger cars continue to get more complicated, do-it-yourself mechanics like yourself are becoming more scarce every day, some jobs are just not possible to do from home. Fortunately for you, determining the state of your battery not one of these jobs. In the profession, we recommend replacing your battery every five years, but as long as your battery is holding a charge, there is really no reason to replace it. Read the rest of this entry