Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule

Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule

Staying up to date on your vehicle’s maintenance schedule is the best way to ensure you and your vehicle will be together for many years to come. While there’s general maintenance that should be performed, each vehicle has its own maintenance schedule.

To help Camry drivers around Boerne, San Antonio, and Kerrville, TX, we at Toyota of Boerne have created this Camry maintenance schedule guide. After reading, you’ll learn all about what maintenance is needed when. Then, feel free to schedule a service appointment with us!

Wiper Blade Service

5,000-Mile Maintenance

Getting started on routine maintenance early is one of the best things you can do for your Toyota Camry. Once you’ve clocked 5,000 miles on your odometer or have traveled for six months, here is the maintenance you must perform:

  • Inspect and adjust fluid levels
  • Inspect wiper blades
  • Rotate tires
  • Visually inspect the brake system

If when rotating your tires or inspecting your wiper blades you notice they aren’t in peak performance, don’t hesitate to make any necessary part replacements.

Each time you travel 5,000 miles or six months, repeat this maintenance.

Oil Change

Toyota Camry Maintenance Schedule: 10,000-Mile Maintenance

In addition to the maintenance listed above, once you travel 10,000 miles or 12 months, whichever comes first, you must also replace the engine oil and oil filter of your Camry.

Your engine oil serves many purposes. One purpose is to lubricate the moving parts found under your sedan’s hood. If you don’t have enough engine oil or if the oil is too dirty, these parts won’t be properly lubricated. When this happens, engine parts can bang together and cause friction. Both could lead to the premature aging of your engine.

Each time you travel 10,000 miles or for 12 months, repeat this maintenance.

Cabin Air Filter

Required Maintenance: 50,000 Miles

When you and your Camry have been together for several years and have reached the 50,000-mile milestone, once again you need to perform routine maintenance. This way, you can trust your Camry will be by your side for another 50,000 miles.

In addition to the required 5,000- and 10,000-mile maintenance, once you hit 50,000 miles or 60 months, whichever comes first, you also need to replace the cabin air filter. This important filter helps remove particles from your HVAC system. This way, you won’t breathe in dirt, dust, pollen, and other potentially harmful materials.

Engine Air Filter Replacement

60,000-Mile Toyota Camry Maintenance

Congratulations! You and your Toyota Camry have been together for about six years. That’s six years of traveling, memories, and so much more. When you’ve reached this milestone, some of the maintenance you should perform includes:

  • Replace engine air filter
  • Inspect transmission fluid
  • Inspect engine coolant
  • Inspect drive belts

Schedule Your Toyota Camry Service Appointment Today

Staying on top of the maintenance schedule for your Toyota Camry is the best way to ensure your Camry can take you on endless travels around Boerne, San Antonio, and Kerrville, Texas, for years to come. When you’ve reached a maintenance milestone with your Camry, let the experts at Toyota of Boerne provide you with the quick and efficient service you need.

Contact us today to schedule your Toyota Camry maintenance appointment!

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