Maintenance Tune-Up

Complete inspection of your fuel system, the primary and secondary ignition systems including ignition wires and coils, distributor caps and rotors, spark plugs, and filters including air filter, fuel filter, and PCV. The service includes replacement of spark plugs, timing check and adjustment (where applicable).

Importance of Service:
A tune-up is regular maintenance performed on an automobile, or more generally, any internal combustion engine. Most automobile manufacturers recommend a tune-up be performed at an interval of 30,000 miles (48,000 km) or two years, whichever comes first. As with all preventive maintenance performed on an automobile, tune-ups can prevent a number of problems from occurring on a vehicle. Filter replacement is important so the engine received the proper air or fuel flow. Spark plugs have a recommended service lifetime of either 30,000 miles or, in the case of platinum or iridium plugs, 60,000 to 100,000 miles (96,000 to 160,000 km)

What May Happen if The Service is Not Performed
If your vehicle needs a tune-up you will notice a loss in performance, fuel economy, and an increase in harmful emissions and engine misfires which can result in damage to the catalytic converter and cause your check engine light to come on