We Service and Repair All Toyota Cars and Trucks

2008 Toyota Prius


Toyota Prius

Service Date
Services Performed
  • Check instrument cluster and confirmed its not working, tried reset procedure but did not work, this generation of prius has a known problem with the circuit board for the cluster, Recommend replacing the cluster. Upon further inspection found engine oil to be about 1 quart low upon arrival. Recommend monitoring fluid levels and topping off oil. Coolant for engine is low in both reservoir and radiator. Front tires are 2 different brand tires and thread pattern. Car is missing 3 lug nuts (possibly locking type). Recommend flushing cooling system in order to rectify protection level due to fluid being low and not mixed properly.
  • Disconnect negative terminal cable from battery. Removed all 4 A/C vents. Remove 2 screws holding steering wheel lower panel. Remove panel top panel where push start button is located. Disconnect electrical connection to push start button and remove panel. Removed defrost vent from both driver and passenger side. Removed driver and passenger side A pillar panel. Removed upper glove box by removing 2 screws. Removed lower glove box. Removed 2 bolts from under lower glove box that hold passenger air bag. Removed 2 screws holding the dashboard. Proceeded to pry dashboard and removed it from car. Removed screws holding instrument cluster. Installation is the reverse order of removal. Right Driver's side A/C vent came in cracked and partially broken before it was removed.
Azeddine T. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/18/2020
2008 Toyota Prius 2020-11-19T23:01:54+00:00

2018 Toyota Camry


Toyota Camry

Service Date
Services Performed
  • Raise vehicle on hoist, remove broken pieces of old splash guard, install new splash guard with new hardware.
Elly G. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/4/2020
2018 Toyota Camry 2020-11-05T23:01:13+00:00

2017 Toyota Sienna


Toyota Sienna

Service Date
Services Performed
  • Brought vehicle into shop and raised on hoist. Removed front grille assembly. Removed belly pan. Disconnected transmission cooler line. Installed secondary transmission cooler. Connected cooler in-line with radiator. Connected transmission cooler hoses. Reinstalled belly pan and front grille. Started vehicle and tested for leaks. No leaks present. Complete
  • Raise vehicle. Remove engine oil drain plug and drain fluid. Remove and replace engine oil filter with new filter. Fill crankcase with fresh synthetic oil. Start engine, then shut off and recheck fluid level. Top off as needed up to 5 quarts.
Mark M. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/7/2020
2017 Toyota Sienna 2020-10-08T22:00:51+00:00