Tune up & Maintenance

A vehicle requires preventative maintenance in order to continue to perform properly, thereby including extending its life.

Typically done once a year, a tune up involves the replacement of a few parts on your vehicle.

If they are not replaced, they can cause problems, including performance issues.

Parts that are typically replaced include:

  • air filter
  • distributor cap and rotor
  • fuel filter
  • spark plugs – replaced or cleaned

Depending on the condition, the tune up can also include the replacement of:

  • oxygen sensor
  • PCV valve
  • spark plug wires

During the maintenance, it is a good opportunity to check out some of the vehicle’s other systems:

  • vehicle fluids and oil levels
  • brakes
  • clutch
  • cabin/pollen air filter