Whether your car is a classic or brand-new one, you would have to get it tuned-up at specific intervals to ensure it performs well and that all its components are in good condition. It’s never a good idea to defer to get the tune-up done. It will only cause more wear and tear in the mechanism and result in a higher repair or tune-up cost down the track.
In most cases, your car will display signs which indicate it needs a tune-up, some of which include:
Even if there are no signs of car trouble, you must follow manufacturer guidelines when it comes to tuning up your vehicle. Older vehicles that have non-electronic ignitions generally need a tune-up every 10,000-20,000 miles. Modern cars may need a tune-up only every 30,000-100,000 miles. It’s best to refer to your manufacturer’s recommendations and follow the tune-up schedule accordingly.
In most cases, a car tune-up involves:
It isn’t necessary to take the vehicle to the car dealer for regular tune-up services. You can Contact Us for all your vehicle maintenance and repair needs. The front desk executives will schedule appointments as per your convenience, to bring your vehicle in for a tune-up. They will inspect the vehicle and give you a tune-up estimate for your approval before starting on any work.