A well-tuned engine will help keep a vehicle operating at maximum performance levels

Engine tune-ups can help you avoid problems and increase the life of your car. A well tuned engine will aid in the continued operation of a vehicle.

Engine tune-ups used to take a long time because they required a driver to inspect a number of different components. Checking the distributor, cap, rotor, ignition contact points, condensers, carburetors, and other components during an engine tune-up used to be standard procedure. Because the engine timing is controlled by the vehicle’s electronic control unit, these things are no longer included in most engine tune-ups. 

Engine tune-ups still require the inspection of a range of components, even if there aren’t as many parts to check today. Spark plugs and wires, oil and oil filters, and fuel filters are all examples of these components. Your engine will run more efficiently and dependably if you have regular tune-ups. 

A well-tuned engine will help keep a vehicle operating at maximum performance levels, which is why routine maintenance is so important.

Why Get A Tune-Up?

Our service technicians will inspect your spark plugs, which are responsible for igniting the gasoline and air mixture that fuels your engine, during a tune-up. We can also inspect your spark plug wires, which are responsible for transferring the electricity generated by your spark plug. It’s possible that old wires will burn out and create a misfire. 

We’ll look at your fuel filters to see if they’re in good shape, as they assist keep debris out of your engine. Poor acceleration and engine performance are caused by a blocked fuel filter. Similarly, we can examine your air filter, which keeps junk out of your combustion engine. When airflow is restricted, your engine has to work harder and your vehicle loses horsepower.

During our tune-up, we can ensure optimal performance of these parts & more.