A Tune-Up is associated with preventative maintenance services and replacing worn parts. A Tune-Up will ensure that your vehicle will operate at optimal conditions by maintaining the ideal conditions for normal car operation. Neglecting these basic tasks could result in low gas mileage and damage to critical engine components.



Preventive Maintenance
Belts & Hoses
Exhaust System
Tires & Wheels
Steering, Suspension,
Drive Train & Alignment


• Tune Ups •
 Spark Plugs
 Cylinder Block
 Cylinder Head
 •  Sensors
 Gaskets & Sealing
 Ignition Components _______________________

Electrical System
Engine Cooling System
Climate Control
State Emissions & Inspections
Service Schedule Poster
Road Trip Prep & Fuel Saving Tips
What You Need To Have


Most cars require regularly scheduled Tune-Ups around every 30,000 miles, and major maintenance at 60,000 miles. Some newer vehicles may not even require a tune-up until 100,000 miles!


Check with your manual or ask us to check our database for your recommended Tune-Up maintenance.


A Tune-Up can include the following:

  • Replacing the air filter.
  • Replacing the fuel filter(s).
  • Installing new spark plugs and replacing any worn spark plug wires.
  • Inspecting and installing a new distributor cap if one is needed.
  • Inspecting and installing a new rotor if the old one has cracks, burning and carbon.
  • Inspecting the valve-cover gasket and adjusting the valves (if your car has adjustable valves).
  • All fluids checked and topped off.
  • A battery check and terminal cleaning, if necessary.
  • A positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve replaced, if clogged.


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