top of page
  • Old or faulty spark plugs can affect engine performance. During a tune-up, mechanics often replace spark plugs to ensure proper ignition.

Spark Plug Replacement: 

  • The air filter prevents dirt and debris from entering the engine. A clogged air filter can reduce fuel efficiency and engine performance.

Air Filter Replacement: 

  • The fuel filter helps keep impurities out of the fuel system. Replacing it during a tune-up can prevent fuel flow issues.

Fuel Filter Replacement: 

  • This valve helps regulate and redirect gases from the engine's crankcase. A malfunctioning PCV valve can affect engine performance.

PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) Valve Replacement: 

  • Ensuring that the ignition timing is set correctly is crucial for optimal engine performance and fuel efficiency.

Checking and Setting Ignition Timing: 

  • This involves checking the condition of drive belts and hoses, such as the serpentine belt, timing belt, and coolant hoses. Worn-out or damaged belts and hoses can lead to engine problems.

Inspection of Belts and Hoses: This

  • Inspecting the battery, cleaning terminals, and ensuring a secure connection are common steps in a tune-up.

Battery Check: 

  •  Checking for leaks, damaged components, or a malfunctioning catalytic converter is part of ensuring the proper functioning of the exhaust system.

Exhaust System Inspection: 

  •  This includes checking and topping up engine oil, transmission fluid, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and coolant.

Fluid Level Checks: 


Contact Us

bottom of page