Toyota Corolla Maintenance Schedule

Toyota Corolla Interior

The Toyota Corolla is known around Danvers, Peabody, and Salem for being highly reliable. To make sure it runs well for many years and miles, you’ll want to keep up with regular maintenance.

If you’re wondering what kind of work your vehicle will need at any given time, we’ll help you out with this informative Toyota Corolla maintenance schedule.1 Read through it below, and contact us at Ira Toyota of Danvers if you have any questions.

5,000 & 10,000 Miles

The first maintenance check for the Toyota Corolla will be when it hits 5,000 miles on the odometer. This is when the following work will be completed…

  • 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.

After 10,000 miles, the above work will be completed again. In addition, the engine oil and oil filter will be replaced.

30,000 Miles

Toyota Corolla Maintenance

At the 30,000-mile check, you’ll get the above work completed, plus replace the cabin air filter and the engine air filter. You’ll also want to have the following inspected:

  • 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
  • Transmission for signs of leakage

100,000 & 120,000 Miles

The maintenance checks for the Corolla will continue pretty much the same way until the vehicle reaches 100,000 miles. At this point, you’ll want to replace the engine coolant.

If your automobile is still running well after 120,000 miles, then you’ve done a great job at keeping up with the routine maintenance. When the vehicle reaches this point, you’ll want to replace the spark plugs. You’ll also want to replace the vacuum pump (vane type) for the brake booster (VALVEMATIC engine only).

Schedule Toyota Corolla Maintenance Today

If your Toyota Corolla needs maintenance work completed, then schedule service at Ira Toyota of Danvers.

Our certified technicians have years of experience working on this model. As a result, they can get the work done quickly and efficiently. This way, you can get back to driving around Danvers, Peabody, and Salem as soon as possible.

Either give us a call or schedule service online. Let us know what day and time work for you, and we’ll reach out to confirm an appointment.

So, don’t wait. Schedule maintenance for your Toyota Corolla today!

1 This maintenance schedule is for normal driving conditions. For additional maintenance items for special operating conditions, refer to your owner’s manual.