Tune Up Car Services
If you’re a new car owner, hearing that your car needs to undergo an engine tune-up can be overwhelming, particularly if you haven’t heard of that term yet. The truth, however, is that engine tune-ups are part of a car’s routine scheduled maintenance. It’s basic and it’s something that shouldn’t stress you out.
What’s Involved In A Tune-Up?
Your engine uses a series of interconnected components to deliver a spark, send fuel, and push airflow into the engine. If the controlling components wear out and fail to provide those three necessary elements, your engine will not properly complete the combustion cycle. To ensure your engine receives air, fuel and spark all at the right proportions, the skilled automotive technicians at our Kwik Kar Car Care Center can perform a tune up service on your vehicle at regular scheduled intervals.
Details of an auto tune up service can include replacing the cap, rotor, spark plugs, wires, and PCV valve. Our technicians will also double check to verify if your car requires air, oil, and fuel filter replacement.
A modern tuneup, however, can include cabin air replacements and new spark plugs. The two are part of your car’s maintenance schedule. You can think of it as something similar to the schedule you do in getting an oil change or checking your tire’s
Cabin filters aren’t that critical to your car engine’s performance. However, since they can get clogged and create a really poor airflow to the dashboard vents, they need to be checked and changed on a regular basis.
In addition to those two parts, there are modern vehicles that still require certain items to be taken care of routinely.
The list includes the myriad of fluids that are necessary for a car to run, like the transmission fluid, engine oil, and coolant.
The Auto Tune Up Service Process
Our technician will start the tune up process by removing and inspecting worn parts. A close inspection of the cap, rotor, and spark plugs can help technicians preemptively identify problems deep in your engine. Often, a technician must completely replace each of your worn components with brand new parts to restore the function of that system safely.