Tune-Up and Maintenance

Ensure Car Efficiency Through Tune-Ups and Maintenance

Tune-Up and Maintenance Services

At its simplest, a tune-up is a type of routine maintenance to keep your car performing correctly. Regular tune-ups can extend the life of a vehicle and help ensure it is operating at its full performance potential. Typically, when to do a tune-up is included in the regular maintenance section of owner’s manuals. Many vehicles require an annual tune-up.

Tuning-up your car can mean a lot of things. It’s a good idea to check the car’s ignition system and all filters, belts, hoses, and fluids. Many may not need to be replaced, but it will give you a chance to stop small issues that could develop into big problems if left unchecked

  • • Oil Changes

    • Factory-Recommended Maintenance

    • 30/60/90K Mileage Services

    • Belts and Hoses

    • Check Engine Light Diagnosis

    • Compression Testing

    • Head Gasket Testing and Repairs

    • Starter Replacement

  • • Spark Plugs and Wires

    • Distributor Cap and Rotor

    • Battery Service

    • Lights and Fuses

    • Brakes, Wheels, and Tires

    • Gaskets and Seals

    • Radiator Caps

    • Alternator Testing and Replacement

  • Fluid Flushes and Top Offs

    Fluid Flushes and Top Offs

    • Engine Oil
    • Transmission Fluid
    • Gear Oil
    • Power Steering Fluid
    • Brake Fluid
    • Radiator Coolant

  • Filters


    • Fuel
    • Oil
    • Air
    • Cabin

  • Pumps


    • Water
    • Power Steering

What Is a 30/60/90K Service?

Manufacturers often have routine service schedules based on a vehicle’s age and mileage. Some of the more common intervals recur every 30,000 miles. A 30/60/90K service checkup is designed to address maintenance and inspection items applicable to the respective mileage interval.

Generally, these items include filter changes, fluid changes, and comprehensive visual maintenance inspection of other items depending on the specific mileage interval. Most modern vehicles will have received several major service requirements at 90,000 miles. However, some may not require some of these items (timing belts, for example) until the next interval of 120,000 miles or beyond.