Toro technicians spend on average 10-days inspecting, repairing, and verifying that your vehicle is in top automotive condition. Technicians work to uncover problems with your vehicle through Toro’s proprietary 200-point inspection. We can’t guarantee you won’t have a problem with your vehicle, but we guarantee we’ll never stop working to ensure you’re Torolly Satisfied®!
Below are some of the major systems technicians inspect for defects during Toro’s 200-point inspection:
Cylinder block, and all internal lubricated parts, including; turbo, crank/camshaft, valves, lifters, heads, timing chain, manifolds, sensors, and more.
Case and all lubricated parts, including; drive housings and all internal drive house parts, bushings, axel shafts, chain & sprocket, and more.
Housing/case and all lubricated parts including; rack & pinion, tie rods, idler/pitman arms, powering steering pump, reservoir, and more.
Coils/leaf springs, struts, control arms, shocks, tension rods, ball joints, seals and gaskets, and more.
Rotors/drums, pads/shoes, wheel cylinders, calipers, clips & retainers, seals & gaskets, and more.
Alternator, starter, distributor & cap, fuses, relays, harnesses, and both mechanically, and manually, actuated switches, and more.
Thermostat & housing, radiator cap, shroud, tank, coolant, temperature sensors, and more.
Relay, control, condenser, evaporator, orifice tube, sensors, clutch & pulley, drier, blower, O-rings, seals & gaskets, and more.
Instrument displays, electronic rear view mirrors, keyless entry systems, electronic fuel pump, ignition module, locks, alarm units, ECM, and more.
Safety belts, safety belts control unit, assembly, upholstery, trim, and more.
Trims, body panels, structure inspection, glass, seals, and more.