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How Do Traction Control (TRAC) and A-TRAC Work?

January 30th, 2018 by

You’re ready to head toward the mountain on your next adventure, but you’re not sure if your vehicle is equipped to drive safely in snowy or slippery road conditions. Fortunately, Toyota offers certain safety features such as Traction Control that provide assistance when necessary. But what exactly is traction control? This feature comes standard in…

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Vehicle Warranty vs. Guarantee: What’s the Difference?

June 20th, 2017 by
Wilsonville Toyota Warranty vs. Guarantee

The auto industry is full of puzzling words and concepts, so we’re here to answer one of the most common questions we get: What’s the difference between a warranty and a guarantee? Is There a Real Difference Between Vehicle Warranties and Guarantees? Yes. The words warranty and guarantee are often interchanged in common speech, but…

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3 Ways to See If Your Vehicle Is Part of a Recall (and What to Do If It Is)

June 12th, 2017 by
Wilsonville Toyota Recalls

Recalls have a reputation for creating confusion. Since it can be difficult to track down concise information on how customers should address various recall situations we’ve created this page to ensure the process is presented as clearly as possible. This post focuses on Toyota recalls, but many of the principles can be applied to other…

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Why Your Vehicle Probably Doesn’t Need a Tune-Up

June 2nd, 2017 by
Wilsonville Toyota Tune-Up

One of the most common questions we get at Wilsonville Toyota is, “Should I get a tune-up?” Typically, the answer is no. In fact, the reason you probably don’t need a tune-up is because tune-ups don’t really exist in regard to modern automobiles. Why Do We Use the Term Tune-Up? Several years ago, vehicles often…

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3 Tips for Changing Your Toyota’s Air Filter

March 23rd, 2017 by
Toyota Air Filter

Do you know why it’s so important to have a clean air filter? We’re here with a detailed guide to explain how everything works, including the reasons why you should change air filters and tips for changing them yourself. So whether you’re a new car owner or seasoned professional, read on to learn all about…

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How Much Do You Know About Your Brakes?

February 9th, 2017 by

Brakes are one of the most critical safety features that manufacturer include in their cars. Despite the importance of brakes, however, few drivers know anything about them. Learn more about your car’s brakes so you can understand how they work and know how to spot signs that they aren’t performing properly. How Disc Brakes Work…

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3 Reasons Your Car Heater Has Gone Cold

November 10th, 2016 by
Cold Car

A lot can go wrong in your car, and your car’s heater can be one of those problems. Several different things can be the culprit here, depending on the symptoms you observe. Here are some reasons why your car heater may not be working properly. No Air Circulation If you activate your AC/heater and no…

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4 Reasons to Rely on Your Wilsonville Toyota Tire Center

October 20th, 2016 by
Wilsonville Toyota Tire Center

Tires are an integral part of the driving experience. Considerations like tread life, resistance, acoustics, and speed ratings all factor into the decision about which brand meets your needs. That’s why Toyota offers tires tailored to the wants of consumers across the globe. These quality vehicle components provide ultimate handling regardless of the terrain or…

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