A “tune-up” is a term that is frequently used in the automotive industry, but what does it really mean? To put it in terms that are more specific to your car, a tune-up can be explained as general adjustments made to ensure optimal performance. While this may seem like a broad definition, it is as specific as possible because of the fact that a tune-up is unique to your specific vehicle and its needs.
How often should you have a Tune-Up?
Most importantly, you should not wait until you notice something is wrong with your car’s performance to bring it into Quality Lube Plus. At that point, you are bringing your vehicle in for a repair rather than a tune-up. To avoid this, you should check your car manufacturer’s recommendation for tune ups. Generally, most manufacturers will suggest having your vehicle “tuned up” every two years or 30,000 miles, whichever comes first. But to be on the safe side, and keep your car running at optimal performance, having a tune-up once a year would be a wise decision.
Importance of a Tune-Up
So, what exactly does a tune-up consist of? The services will often vary depending on where you take your vehicle. But, at Quality Lube Plus you will be assured that your car is carefully inspected for every possible problem, and taken care of accordingly!
We will check the condition and operation of the following components in your car:
If any of these components has an issue, our professionals at Quality Lube Plus will repair or replace the part needed to get you back on the road as quickly as possible. So don’t wait for that dreaded check engine light to come on! Stop by our shop today at 129 Highway 33 in Manalapan. We’ll see you soon!