tuneupsengine tuneup


  • An All Tune and Lube tune up is still a relevant service, whether it includes SPARK PLUGS or not. When your car is properly tuned, the ignition system, fuel system, emission system and computer system are all working together. This results in peak combustion chamber efficiency, saving you money at the gas pump and making sure your car is emitting a minimum amount of pollutants.

  • How do I know if my vehicle needs a Tune Up?
    Check your owner's manual. Tune up intervals vary by vehicle. Many people assume a tune up will solve a drivability problem. That's not always the case. Our experts perform a tune up verification to confirm that your car will benefit from a tune up. Your problem may be unrelated to a tune up and may need an engine diagnosis.

    • Tune-up verification
    • Replacement of spark plugs
    • Analysis of emission levels
    • Timing/idle speed adjustment (if adjustable)
    • Complete maintenance inspection

    All of the parts we install are guaranteed to meet or exceed manufacturer standards.

Your car should receive a tune-up (often referred to as a "major service") every two years or 30,000 miles, whichever comes first. During this tune-up your car will receive some new parts that will hopefully keep it out of the shop for a while