Just because we don’t have traditional fall weather in Las Vegas, NV, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t regularly replace your Toyota parts. Replacing worn parts will increase the lifespan of your vehicle and ensure it is running smoothly. Let’s review some common Toyota parts to replace or upgrade!

Parts to Replace

When you bring your Toyota vehicle to our service department, we’ll check your vehicle to see if any parts are due to be replaced. Typically, we’ll replace your air filter, which prevents your engine from being clogged with contaminants. Cabin air filters also need to be replaced every 15,000 to 30,000 miles to ensure the ventilation system can work properly.

Most windshield wiper blades must be replaced every six to twelve months. Signs it’s time to replace your wiper blade include cracked rubber on the blades and a squeaking noise when the wipers drag across the glass.

If you’re hearing a squealing sound when you brake, it may be time to replace your brake pads. Brake pads need to be replaced every 10,000 to 20,000 miles, but if you’re constantly in stop-and-go traffic you may need to schedule a Toyota brake service appointment sooner.

Parts to Upgrade

Upgrading your Toyota parts is a wonderful way to give your car a refresh and improve your vehicle’s performance. Common parts to upgrade include:

  • Tires and rims
  • Shocks
  • Brakes
  • Exhaust system

You can browse our extensive OEM parts and accessories selection by visiting our website or heading to the customer parts counter at our dealership. We have parts for a range of Toyota models, from sedans to SUVs.  

If you need advice on which parts to upgrade or replace, feel free to ask our factory-trained technicians. Schedule a service appointment or order parts online today at Centennial Toyota!