Engine Tune-Up

never buy a service before it's actually due

Relax knowing that we age all of your service history by your unique driving habits, ensuring you don’t do them before they’re actually needed

Lower the cost of vehicle ownership

We ensure you never do services early, squeezing every mile out of every service, creating the most affordable maintenance plan money can buy.

Save $1000's in vehicle payments

By keeping your vehicle a few extra years you can potentially save thousands of dollars a year in vehicle payments.

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
  • Hard or 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 I 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.