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Tune Ups


A tune-up is done to your car to replace and maintain parts that wear out through usage.

All cars need regular tune-ups about every 30,000 miles. There are many variations on what should be done at a tune-up, but these services are generally included.

  • air filter replacement
  • fuel filter replacement
  • new spark plugs and wires
  • distributor cap inspection and replacement, if necessary
  • rotor inspection and replacement
  • valve adjustment
  • throttle plate cleaned
  • fluid check
  • clutch adjustment
  • battery inspection
  • PCV valve replacement
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