Toyota Service Manuals
Toyota is a Japanese automotive company, based in Toyota City. It was founded in 1937, and after producing cars for over 80 years is now one of the biggest car companies in the world. You can find service manuals for the popular lines sold during the last 3 decades as PDFs on this site.
Browse by Toyota Model (12 in total)
4RunnerThe 4Runner is a mid-size SUV that started life out in the 1980s as a compact SUV. It was built using the Hilux chassis at the time and was very basic, over the years Toyota has added many features as it attracts a bigger audience
AvalonThe Avalon is a full-size car with front-wheel-drive that first came on sale during the mid-1990s. It is very much based on the Camry and was assembled in the same plant for many years, now its based on a more generic platform
CamryThe first Camry models entered showrooms in the early 1980s and were classed as compact cars. During a shake-up in the 1990s of the Toyota range, the car was moved to the mid-size classification due to the inclusion of new technology
CorollaAchieving the title of best-selling car ever in 1997, the Corolla is a popular sight on roads all around the world. It started life out as a rear-wheel-drive subcompact in the mid-1960s and is now a front-wheel-drive compact car
Highlander/KlugerIn 2001 the Highlander was first introduced as the company's first mid-size crossover SUV, quickly becoming the company's best-selling SUV. It was based on the Camry chassis but now shares its platform with most Toyota models
On the Toyota Landcruiser service manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.
PriusWhen the Prius was first launched in the late 1990s it made the public rethink their negative view on alternative fuel cars. It continues to push the limits of hybrid and all-electric technology even to this day even though the competition is heating up
RAV4The RAV4 kicked off the crossover SUV in the mid-1990s when it was built using the Corollas road-going chassis. Over the years it has lost its utilitarian appearance and broadened its appeal to a wider audience securing massive sales for Toyota
SiennaThe Sienna is the Japanese automaker's flagship minivan that is based on the Camry platform. It has seen harsh competition in the cramped segment of the auto market but has remained strong even to this day
TacomaSince the mid-1990s the Toyota Tacoma has been on sale first as a compact pickup truck and then as a mid-size pickup truck from 2005 onwards. It has shared its platform with the Hilux, 4Runner, Land Cruiser Prado and Lexus GX during its life
TundraThe Tundra was brought in during 199 as Toyota's new mid-size pickup truck to replace the T100. Originally sold with a choice of 2 or 4-doors the 2-door version was discontinued in 2014 but new features were added such as an infotainment system
Yaris/EchoSince 1999 the Yaris has acted as the Japanese automaker's subcompact/supermini model that replaced the Starlet and Tercel. It has gone through four generations ever since and now sits on the same platform as the Prius and Corolla
The first Toyota was produced in 1935, after years of trial and error. It was named the G1 and was actually a truck rather than a car. It undercut the price of leading models, helping Toyota to gain some traction in the market.
That first line from the company, the Model AA, was made in 1936. Again, this car was significantly cheaper than rival’s products, which allowed Toyota to gain a footing in the market, and they even exported to China in 1936.
Nowadays, Toyota has gained a great amount of momentum within the hybrid car space. Perhaps the most famous hybrid, the Prius, was revolutionary for the company – and it has sold incredibly well throughout the years.
The company also has a great range of crossovers. These include the Yaris and the Corolla Cross. Toyota even produces pickup trucks, including the Helix and the Tacoma.
Toyota cars are produced in the United States. The company has plants in Indiana, Kentucky, Texas and Mississippi, allowing the company to produce over 2 million cars each year. They sell nearly as many cars as they produce too. In fact, in 2020, the company reported revenue of over $275 million.
Toyota cars have some common problems. One of the biggest issues is the accelerator pedal. Many users report their accelerator pedal being sticky, or even getting stuck in an open position. In the right circumstances, this could prove very dangerous. Furthermore, many users report faulty windscreen wipers.
Overall, Toyota is one of the most influential car manufacturers of all time.
- Models: 12