Sparkplugs, Plugwires or Plugboots
Air and Fuel Filters
Coil & Coil Packs Installation
A tune-up is regularly scheduled preventive maintenance on a vehicle, typically done about once a year.
Signs that your car might need a tune-up include a drop in gas mileage, a noticeable loss of power, a “rough” engine or one that stalls at a stop, engine “knocking” or continuing to run after the ignition is off, or a “check engine” or “service engine” light staying on after the initial start.
Our certified mechanics begin by performing a diagnostic test, to determine if a tune-up is the correct solution to the problems you are having with your car.
Tune-up procedures vary according to your vehicle’s make, model, age and mileage, but a tune-up typically involves replacing the air filter; running computer diagnostics; and checking the condition of (and possibly replacing) the fuel filter, spark plugs and wires, and other basic engine parts.
Check your owner’s manual (or our mechanic will check the shop manual for the year, make and model of vehicle) for a list of exactly what maintenance is needed, and when. Every vehicle has a schedule of recommended and mandatory maintenance, based on the vehicle’s age and mileage.