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Langley Toyota is the region's trusted Toyota Service Centre. Our factory-trained, certified technicians ensure your vehicle performs at its best and use only genuine Toyota parts. Pick up a complimentary service loaner. Save 10% per service by using the Go Auto App.
Why you should service with Langley Toyota
Langley Toyota is the number one Toyota Service Centre in Langley and region. Our Toyota-trained certified technicians utilize authentic Toyota parts to service your vehicle. Whether you require minor or major repairs, your dedicated service advisor will address your service requirements.
10% savings on parts & service
Joining our exclusive rewards program, the Go Card, is free of charge and entitles you to a minimum of 10% savings on all your service, parts, and accessory expenses. Discover how the Go Card program can potentially earn you up to $500 in savings.
We provide courtesy loaner vehicles for our customers while their vehicles are undergoing servicing. Kindly inform us in advance during the booking process if you require a loaner vehicle.
Don't pay for 12 months
At Langley Toyota and nearly all Go Auto dealerships, we understand that unexpected vehicle servicing expenses can be difficult to manage. Therefore, we offer the flexibility to defer payments for service and parts for up to twelve months if you're not prepared to make payments immediately. This option is subject to approved credit.
To ensure your vehicle's longevity and avoid potential damage, we suggest using authentic Toyota parts. Aftermarket or used parts may wear out quickly and could potentially harm your vehicle. Order directly from us to benefit from our wide-ranging inventory, which includes everything from economical to high-end parts. Our factory-trained and certified technicians will install the parts, ensuring optimal performance.
Langley Toyota’s detailing centre has one mission only: to keep your vehicle looking new. Our detailing team will treat your car as if it were their own. We use quality products and state-of-the-art technologies to repair your vehicle’s body, clean the exterior, and protect your Toyota from dirt and debris on the road.
It’s important to get your car detailed to maintain its value and performance, which can decrease over time. We have special packages to get your car ready for both winter and spring, and special offers that give you even more value.
We look forward to making your Toyota shine like new again!
Langley Toyota service menu
We welcome you to visit our advanced service center to receive exceptional vehicle servicing. Our certified technicians use only authentic Toyota parts. We are equipped to service all makes and models of vehicles, whether it's a regular oil and filter change or more extensive repairs such as brake or transmission work. We are committed to providing you with top-notch vehicle servicing that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.
Our service department offers a wide range of services, which include but are not limited to:
Engine air filters
Regularly replacing your engine air filter can help enhance fuel efficiency and extend the lifespan of your engine.
A damaged or worn timing belt can fail unexpectedly, resulting in significant engine damage and expensive repair costs. Therefore, it is crucial to monitor your vehicle's maintenance schedule and replace your old timing belt with an authentic Toyota timing belt to avoid potential issues.
Cabin air filters
As time passes, cabin air filters can accumulate dirt, leading to diminished air quality within your vehicle. Replacing your cabin air filters can also assist in improving the efficiency of your car's heating and cooling systems.
Mufflers are designed to minimize the noise produced by the exhaust of an internal combustion engine. If you've observed that your vehicle's exhaust has been sounding louder than usual, it may be an indication that your muffler needs to be replaced.
During the colder months of winter, it is crucial to have your coolant inspected on a regular basis. Despite its name, coolant serves a vital role in regulating your engine's temperature, whether you're driving during scorching summer days or frigid winter nights.
Genuine re-manufactured parts
Toyota is committed to producing high-quality parts, whether they are brand new or remanufactured. The company adheres to rigorous quality standards, which means that Toyota Remanufactured Products are not only an excellent value but also a dependable alternative.
Spark plugs play a crucial role in gas-powered vehicles by providing the spark that ignites the air/fuel mixture, causing an explosion that generates power in the engine (thus, the term "combustion" engine). Despite their small size, spark plugs are a vital component that greatly impacts your vehicle's function and overall performance.
Properly functioning windshield wipers are important for maintaining visibility while driving in all weather conditions. If you are experiencing streaking, chattering, smearing, or squeaking, it may be time to replace your blades. Toyota on the Trail offers durable wiper blades that are built to last and improve your driving experience.
At Langley Toyota, we only use genuine Toyota Motor Oil for our oil changes to ensure that your Toyota runs smoothly and efficiently. Our trained technicians use the right amount and type of oil specifically designed for your vehicle to help maximize its performance and extend the life of your engine. Trust us to keep your Toyota running at its best.
Cleaning & detailing products
Do you want to hand-wash your vehicle's exterior or give it a detailed interior cleaning? We have all the products you need. We even have solutions to clean under the hood and give the engine a degreasing. Come to Langley Toyota and find what you're looking for.
At Langley Toyota, we prioritize the health of your engine by using genuine Toyota oil filters. These filters offer top-of-the-line protection against dirt and other contaminants that could cause internal wear, while also ensuring proper flow to your vehicle's internal engine components.
Your vehicle's braking system is essential to your safety on the road. At Langley Toyota, we understand the importance of reliable brakes, which is why we offer expert brake servicing you can trust. Let our factory-trained technicians inspect and repair your braking system to ensure optimal performance and safety on the road. Contact us today to schedule your brake service appointment.
Frequently asked questions
How do I know what service my Toyota needs?
Find your full maintenance schedule at Langley Toyota, in your owner's manual, or at Toyota Canada here: Maintenance Schedule - Toyota Canada.
What is Toyota's schedule maintenance?
The recommended maintenance schedule for your vehicle is based on various factors, such as the model you drive, driving conditions, and kilometres driven. If you often drive in cities or towns, it may be necessary to have more frequent oil changes. Typically, most Toyota gas and hybrid models need an oil and filter change every 8,000 km, and at each interval, different parts of the engine and systems require servicing, inspection, or replacement. For specific maintenance requirements, feel free to consult with us at Langley Toyota.
What do the Toyota Oil Warning Light and Oil Change Reminder mean?
It's important to differentiate between the oil change reminder and the oil warning light in your Toyota vehicle. The oil change reminder is a simple notification to schedule a routine maintenance appointment, while the oil warning light is a more serious indication that requires immediate attention. When the oil warning light illuminates on your dashboard, it means that the engine oil pressure has dropped to a dangerously low level, which can cause significant engine damage if not addressed promptly. It's crucial to take your vehicle to an authorized service center immediately for diagnosis and resolution of the issue. The service center can also reset your reminder light after completing the necessary maintenance.
Are low oil pressure and low oil level the same thing?
It's important to understand that low oil pressure and low oil level are two different issues that can both lead to engine damage. Low oil pressure occurs when the oil pressure drops below the normal operating range, often due to a failing oil pump, clogged oil filter, or oil system leak. In contrast, low oil level means the amount of oil in the engine is below the recommended level, which can result from leaks, consumption over time, or inadequate maintenance.
When the oil pressure is low, the engine may not receive enough lubrication, leading to internal damage if left unaddressed. If you experience this, turn off your engine immediately and seek repairs. In contrast, low oil level can cause excessive wear and damage over time if not addressed, as there may not be enough oil to lubricate the engine properly.
To prevent these issues, it's crucial to check your vehicle's oil level and pressure regularly and address any problems promptly. If you're unsure about how to do this, consult your owner's manual or bring your car to a qualified service center for assistance.
How long can a Toyota go without a service?
In Canada, there is no fixed time period for servicing a Toyota or any other vehicle. However, regular maintenance and inspections are generally recommended to ensure that the vehicle performs optimally, is safe, and lasts long. The specific service intervals can vary depending on the vehicle make and model, as well as the owner's driving conditions and habits.
It is advisable to follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule, which can usually 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. Neglecting to follow the recommended maintenance schedule can lead to premature wear and tear, reduced fuel efficiency, and safety hazards. Therefore, it is important to prioritize regular servicing of your Toyota vehicle to keep it running smoothly and prevent expensive repairs in the future.
How often should a Toyota get an oil change?
It is best to have your oil and filter changed approximately every 8,000 kilometers. If you do a lot of city driving, you may want to get it changed more often.
Does Toyota recommend full synthetic oil?
Using synthetic oil is recommended by Toyota for all their vehicles, and on certain model years, it is even required. To determine which oil is appropriate for your Toyota model, please refer to your owner's manual or contact us directly for accurate information. We would be happy to provide you with the necessary details.
What happens if you keep driving with no oil change?
If you neglect regular oil changes for your vehicle, it can lead to severe engine damage and even complete engine failure. The oil in the engine can deteriorate and become contaminated with impurities like dirt and debris, eventually turning into thick sludge that cannot properly lubricate the engine or remove heat from it.
This can cause the engine to overheat and cause harm to critical components such as the camshaft, bearings, and pistons. In extreme cases, the engine may lock up completely, causing it to become unusable and requiring expensive repairs such as engine replacement or even a new car.
To prevent such a scenario, it is essential to adhere to the manufacturer's recommended oil change intervals and have the oil changed on a regular basis, typically every 5,000 to 10,000 kilometers, depending on the driving habits and conditions. Regular oil changes can help ensure your engine runs smoothly and avoid significant repairs in the future.
Does it matter if your Toyota service is late?
Routine maintenance is crucial in keeping your Toyota in good condition, so it does matter if you miss a service appointment. The manufacturer's recommended service schedule is specifically designed to ensure that all critical systems and components in your vehicle are inspected and maintained at regular intervals.
Neglecting to follow the recommended service schedule can result in several issues such as reduced fuel efficiency, increased wear and tear on the engine and transmission, and even safety hazards. For example, if you miss an oil change, the oil in your engine can become dirty and contaminated, which can lead to poor engine performance and potential engine damage.
Furthermore, failing to follow the recommended service schedule can void your warranty coverage, leaving you responsible for any necessary repairs or replacements, which can be costly.
To avoid unnecessary repairs and safety hazards, it is important to prioritize routine maintenance and adhere to the recommended service schedule. If you miss a scheduled service appointment, it is best to schedule one as soon as possible to ensure your vehicle is properly maintained and any potential problems are addressed promptly.