Toyota Oils, Fluids, Lubricants

The Japanese automaker Toyota is known worldwide for its stylish, reliable vehicles that ensure impeccable performance. Every Toyota owner has high standards and expectations when it comes to driving experience. Although every model designed and manufactured by Toyota is equipped with reliable, modern systems, it’s highly important to take good care of them. Changing oils and fluids in your Toyota at a regular basis is an essential maintenance procedure. Luckily, our online store offers you the largest selection of Toyota oils, fluids, and lubricants at prices that don’t bite!

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In this installment, we'll give you the steps for replacing the transmission fluid and fluid filter inside your vehicle's automatic transmission – saving you several hundred dollars by sparing you a visit to the shop. This maintenance procedure is a straightforward one, and it's important for the overall longevity of your transmission. The engineers that built...
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2008 Toyota Highlander
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Having extra lube like Permatex® 85188 is a good thing to have so you can lube the caliper slide pins any time you change the brakes (just pull the slide pin out of the rubber boots/guide bushing, put a good coat of lube on the pin and reinsert, don't be afraid:). Also any moving or contact spots. You should keep some at all times if you are a casual DIY'er.

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