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What is a Tune-Up?


A tune-up consist of plugs that are located in your engine which create a spark to get the car running and stay powered up to produce a smooth burn of the compressed air with fuel mixture.

When am I due for a Tune-Up?

A car or truck tune-up should be done about every 100,000 miles (depends on manufacturer). Many people tend to get a tune-up done during the spring after the harsh winter driving.

Signs that your car needs a tune-up include:

  • Gas mileage decreases

  • Engine is running rough or stalling at a stop

  • Engine knocks when accelerating or runs after the ignition is turned off

  • “Check Engine Light” remains on after initial start

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