We all know our cars need tune-up’s but what does a tune-up include? And why is it important to keep your car running? Will your mechanic complete all of these steps during a tune-up because we do:
Replace the fuel filter
Clean and/or replace the spark plug
Inspect and/or replace spark plug wires
Adjust the clutch in manual transmission cars
Adjust valves as needed
Check and replenish all fluids
Change the points and condenser on cars made in 1978 or earlier
Change oil and oil filter if it’s time
Replace the air filter
Replace rotor and distributor cap
Inspect, clean, and add water to the battery if needed
Replace the PCV valve
Check and/or replace all belts
Check and adjust ignition timing for cars made in 1980 or earlier
Most cars need a tune-up every two years or every 30,000 miles, whichever comes first. You may be tempted to skip your tune-up if your car seems to be running fine, but it’s an indispensable step in car maintenance. During a tune-up, we have the opportunity to inspect all the systems of your car and catch small mechanical problems before they cause serious damage.
Regular tune-ups are a vital part of preventative maintenance. They increase your vehicle’s efficiency and extend the life of your car.
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