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Fox Toyota is committed to providing the care and expert service that our guests come to trust. Our Toyota-trained technicians have spent thousands of hours understanding each and every Toyota vehicle and use only Genuine Toyota parts to service and repair your Toyota. Come see for yourself how our team of experts help keep your Toyota a Toyota. Fox Toyota is conveniently located in Clinton servicing Toyotas in TN. Fox Toyota has expert technicians on staff to handle your repair needs or oil changes, tire rotations, battery replacement, brake repairs and all other Toyota Factory Scheduled Maintenance.
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Do you notice a strange sound coming from your brakes? Weird burning smells? Maybe your pedal feels spongy or too hard — or is just different than the way it used to be.
Your brakes are arguably the most important piece of equipment in your vehicle and routine maintenance helps to ensure they remain in great shape. Brake systems are composed of three parts – the brake pad, rotor, and caliper. The caliper presses the brake pad up against the sides of the rotor to slow your vehicle.
While your brake calipers should last a long time barring any damage, your brake pads and rotor will wear over time and will need regular replacement. Driving conditions, how fast you brake, and the make and model of your vehicle can all alter the replacement interval that is right for your vehicle.
In most cases, your brake pads are the fastest wearing parts in your brake system. Most brake pads have a built-in metal tab that begins to squeal when you press on your brakes and they are nearing the end of their life. If you start hearing squealing when you press on your brakes, it’s time to make an appointment. Other signs of brake trouble include having to press harder on your brakes for a reaction, grinding noises, or feeling a vibration on the brake pedal.
A regular oil change is one of the best ways to maintain your vehicle. We have a service center that you can rely on to do the job quickly and correctly. It doesn’t matter if you’re bringing in a Toyota or any other model, or whether you are looking for a conventional, synthetic or blend.
One of the areas that receives the most wear and tear throughout the year is our tires. They make the most direct contact with the elements and terrains, which is why drivers should pay special attention to their health and condition. Periodically rotating your tires allows them to wear more evenly over time, which then helps to maintain traction. When drivers are faced with weather conditions such as rain, snow or ice, tire treads will need to be in optimal condition to ensure they have grip on the road.
Tire alignment is something that many people do not think of when they think of regularly scheduled maintenance. While a vehicle’s tires do not need to be aligned as often as the oil needs to be changed, it is still a good idea to make sure that you are having your tires aligned at least once a year. If you drive with unaligned tires, it becomes difficult to steer your vehicle, and your tires can be worn unevenly. By not having your tires aligned regularly, you increase your chances of having an accident.
Driving around in a vehicle that doesn’t have a working air conditioner can be unbearable, especially during the warm Tennessee summers. Air conditioning malfunctions can range from a system that blows out cool air that doesn’t get cold enough even on the highest settings to a system that doesn’t blow out any air at all. No matter which boat your air conditioner is in, it’s time to get an automotive air conditioner repair service from the pros. You can find a quick and affordable air conditioner repair at the Fox Toyota service center located in Clinton.
While there are a lot of reasons your air conditioning system may not be working as it should, a few causes pop up more than others including debris in your system, a cooling fan malfunction, a dirty cabin air filter, a malfunctioning compressor, or a leak. Some of these problems have quick and inexpensive fixes that can be solved in a few minutes while others are extensive and costly. Your trusted mechanic can diagnose the problem and give you a repair timeline and an estimated cost.
How do you know when it is time for your engine to be checked? It can be checked at the same time that you have an oil change, or when anything else on your vehicle is being serviced. If you hear noises coming from under the hood of your vehicle that you have not heard before, this is also a good indicator that you should have your engine looked at. Without the engine, there will be no power sent to the transmission then nothing going to the axles to move your vehicle. With a routine in place, we will catch potential issues sooner. This will result in you not having to pay as much for an engine repair because we were able to catch and fix the issue soon enough and avoid a disaster.
Most minor dings and chips in your windshield caused by flying debris can be repaired. Though, chips larger than a quarter or cracks that are longer than three inches will likely need a full windshield replacement. The location of the damage or the number of cracks and dings can also make a difference. Damage that is at eye level on the driver’s side may result in a full replacement because the repairs could cause distortions in the glass that would make it unsafe for driving.
Sometimes, the battery in your vehicle will give zero warning signs. You will simply go to start your vehicle, and it will not start. However, on occasion, your vehicle will give you a few warnings that the battery is dying. Some of these include turning over slower than usual, the dashboard lights flicker or are dim, and the power windows operating slower than normal. Typically, the battery in your vehicle will last for four years. Before we replace the battery in your vehicle, we can test it first to see how it is operating. After that, you can decide if you would like to replace the battery or not.
While cleaning and/or replacing your Toyota engine air filter too often is better than not enough, you don’t want to be spending unnecessary money at the mechanics. Your car’s owner’s manual should have a guide for how often to clean and replace your engine air filter. But, a general rule of thumb is to get it replaced every 30,000 miles or so and to give it a visual inspection, and cleaning if necessary, about once a month. This habit will help to ensure that you catch any damage before it has had time to wreak havoc on your engine.
Some fluids, like windshield wiper fluid, should be checked fairly often during months with heavy use to make sure it is available when needed. Car owners can easily check and refill their windshield wiper fluid at home once a month. Other fluids, like oil, coolant, brake, power steering, and transmission, are vital to the car’s performance and should be checked by the pros. Your car’s owner’s manual will tell you a specific maintenance schedule to follow to keep your car running like new.
If your vehicle exhibits any of the following symptoms, you might need to replace your fuel injectors:
Fuel injectors in all vehicles play an essential roll in keeping a vehicle up and running. They are responsible for distributing gasoline to the various parts of the engine to be burned and used to power the vehicle. The part will typically last for at least 50,000 – 100,000 miles, if not more. If there is something wrong with this part, the fuel will not be delivered correctly, and could cause issues such as an engine misfiring, fuel leaks, and ultimately, your vehicle not starting.
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