Car Tune Up Service
A tune-up is a service that can keep your car performing at its best. It may include the replacement of parts like spark plugs, rotors, oxygen sensors, or air and oil filters.
Whether you are new to owning a car or have been driving your vehicle for many years, a tune-up can be a good idea. It can prevent various problems, including poor gas mileage and slow acceleration.
Our mechanics are trained to inspect the general condition of gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles. We use complex testing equipment such as compression testers and engine analyzers.
Performing regular vehicle maintenance increases the life of your vehicle, improves fuel efficiency, and saves you money in the long run. It’s also a good way to prevent unexpected breakdowns.
Performing an auto-diagnostic test can save you money in the long run. If you catch problems before they become major, you can avoid expensive repairs down the road.
Parts & Replacement
While there are many types of auto parts, it’s important to know which to choose. Some parts need to be replaced more often than others, and some parts are more reliable than others.
Oil Change Service
- Air Filter Fuel
- Filter Induction Cleaning
- Ignition Wire Set
- Ignition Cap & Rotor
- Spark Plugs
- Throttle Body
An induction cleaning is a process of carbon being deposited are cleared from portions of your engine. Induction cleaning should be performed every 60,000 miles. This will keep your engine lasting longer!
Tune Up Service – Air Filter
The air filter stops insects, dust, particles, sand, or debris from reaching the engine. The air filter needs to be replaced every 12,000 miles to 15,000 miles. This is to help protect the engine better.
Fuel Filter Maintenance & Tune-up
A fuel filter will keep fuel running smoothly in the engine. Fuel Filters need to be replaced every two years. This will help keep your fuel clean.
Serpentine Belt Tune-Up & Maintenance
The serpentine belt provides power to all the components in the vehicle. The serpentine belt should be replaced every 60,000 miles to 100,000 miles. This will help make sure everything keeps running smoothly!