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What a Tune-up Involves

There's more to a tune-up than the switch of a button. A properly tuned engine provides power to the wheels, good fuel economy, and the lowest level of emissions.

The main tune-up components are:

  • Air Filter

  • PCV valve

  • Spark Plugs

  • Fuel Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

  • Distributor Cap

  • Ignition Rotor

  • Ignition coil

  • Plug wires

What are symptoms that you may need a tune-up?

  • Decreased fuel economy

  • Loss of power

  • Engine stalls

  • Hardor no-start conditions

  • Foul exhaust odor

  • Rough engine performance

  • Check Engine light illuminated

What does A Tune-Up Do for Your Car?

Proper maintenance goes beyond just regular oil changes but includes maintaining all fluids, replacing worn-out parts, and basic engine maintenance. A tune-up will restore power and return your vehicle to its original operating state. Regular tune-ups involve a thorough inspection of your engine. The inspection will provide an idea of needed repairs/recommendations.

When Should | Service my Car for a Tune-up?

A proper tune-up can prolong the life of your engine, improve performance and gas mileage. We recommend a vehicle tune-up every 30,000 or as required by the manufacturer, when you notice poor gas mileage, difficult starting conditions or a rough running engine.

Engine Tune-Up

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