Right Way Auto Repair
Engine tune-up is an adjustment of a motor made to improve working order or efficiency. If the primary inspection finds no major faults, the tune-up includes replacing the following:
Spark plugs and ignition wires, or coil on plug boots (consider long-life plugs since they don't wear as much as standard plugs).
Distributor cap and rotor (older cars).
Fuel filter (if serviceable), air filter, PCV valve, and breather filter.
On older vehicles, (if required) check and adjust ignition timing.
A simple maintenance as a tune-up makes an engine easier to start, improves fuel economy, lowers emissions, and restores its power and efficiency.
No matter what your car needs, the specialists at Right Way Auto Repair will provide trustworthy, reliable and quality work in getting your engine's performance back on track.