Tune-up & Mile Services
30,000 Mile Service
The best way to take care of your vehicle is to have the repair and maintenance work performed on it in a timely manner. When your 30,000-mile check is approaching, we can help. We have performed countless manufacturer-recommended inspections over the years, and we know exactly what to look for and how to address those issues. We offer competitive prices and friendly service, and produce professional, high-quality work.
Most likely, your low-mileage vehicle has only had an oil change or two performed for maintenance prior to the 30,000-mile mark. As important as those oil changes are, there comes a point when the moving parts and components in a vehicle must be checked. Our 30,000-mile inspection involves checking the vehicle for worn parts and any potential issues which could become hazardous. For a complete list of services, we offer during the 30,000-mile service inspection, please feel free to ask our service writer about your specific vehicle.
60,000 Mile Service
Most vehicle owners want their vehicles to run safely for as long as possible. Having the 60,000-mile service performed on your vehicle is one of the best preventative maintenance measures you can take. Regular oil changes are important to keep a vehicle safe and reliable. However, oil changes alone, are not enough to make sure the engine parts and components continue working properly.
Our team of Certified Technicians will thoroughly inspect your vehicle and service it appropriately. Our goal is to professionally inspect and maintain your vehicle at its peak performance so that you can continue to rely on the safety of your vehicle. These days, vehicles run well far into the hundred-thousand-mile mark. Your car, truck, SUV, or van can too when it is properly cared for.
90,000 Mile Service
Even if you have taken good care of your vehicle, there comes a point when a full inspection by a professional should be done. The 90,000-mile mark is a critical juncture for maintenance because your vehicle is quickly approaching the 100,000-mile mark. Our team of Certified Technicians understands the importance of having maintenance performed at the recommended time. Since our technicians are so knowledgeable and experienced, they can do a 90k service inspection on many makes and models.
For a 90k-mile service inspection, one of our technicians will thoroughly inspect your vehicle and check what manufacture recommended services are needed to keep your vehicle safe and reliable. Our technicians will be able to explain what repairs and services are important and help itemize what needs to be addressed immediately and what will be needed soon.
If you want your vehicle to last as long as possible and be in top condition, you should bring it to the nearest auto repair center for regular tune-up services. The certified technicians at our repair shop can perform various preventative maintenance services, including tune-ups on your vehicle. The majority of vehicles are in need of a tune-up service every 30,000 miles. Our shop offers dependable, affordable, and quality tune-ups, as well as various other auto repair and maintenance services.
A regular routine tune-up can give you protection against the major engine problem by locating and replacing worn components, like fuel filters and spark plugs. Having a regular tune-up schedule will assist your vehicle in boosting efficiency, preserving a higher fuel mileage, and lasting much longer.
Each component of your vehicle has a certain life expectancy, so it should not come as a surprise when for instance, your transmission or suspension breaks down. The life expectancy of each component is shown in your owner's manual with specific manufacturer benchmarks, roughly around every 30,000 miles. However, sometimes these components can last much longer that the suggested time frame. Nonetheless, it's a good idea to have them inspected by a qualified and experienced technician at our auto repair shop, on a regular basis. If you want to avoid major problems in the future, you should have a computer diagnostic performed and vehicle components inspected on regular basis.
Symptoms that indicate your vehicle is in need of a tune-up service include:
- Airflow issues
- Engine sounds, like knocks or pings
- Slow acceleration
- Noticeable electrical issues
- Poor gasoline mileage
The complete tune-up service, performed by our certified technicians, consists of:
- Inspection and filling of all fluids
- Installing new spark plugs and spark plug wires
- Switching out Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve, if plugged
- Replacing the air filter
- Examining the blades and installing a new rotor if the old one has cracks, burning, or carbon build-up
- Checking the valve-cover gasket and adjusting the valves
- Switching out the gas filters
- Inspecting the distributor cap and putting in a new one if needed
At our auto repair shop, we are aware of the fact that preventative maintenance services, such as tune-up can prolong the life of your vehicle and save you money in the long run. Schedule an appointment for a tune-up service today with one of our technicians to avoid major vehicle problems and extend your car's life.
Timing Belt Replacement
At some point during your vehicle’s life, you will have to change the timing belt. Most vehicles require that the timing belt needs to be replaced at 100,000 miles. Sometimes, there are cars that have timing chains instead of timing belts. These timing chains can still stretch or break and could be noisier. The owner’s manual of your car will tell you when you must change your timing belt. You must change it before it becomes a serious problem. A lot of vehicles have complicated internal systems that must work in perfect synchrony all together and when the timing belt breaks, the internal parts of the engine are destroyed, and the synchrony is gone. This happens so fast that you might not get a warning.
While You’re At It…When you are having your timing belt replaced, there is another component that runs on this belt, and that is your water pump. We advise you to replace your water pump at the same time as you are replacing your timing belt. As a matter of fact, they are mostly done together, because when we must replace your water pump, we have to do almost the exact same work as replacing your timing belt. This does not apply to all makes of vehicles but does apply to most of them.
At our auto repair shop, our certified technicians have been replacing timing chains, timing belts, and water pumps for years. If your vehicle needs a new timing belt, water pump, or timing chain, give us a call or schedule an appointment online.