Auto Tune Ups – Automotive Service
When should I get a tune-up?
There’s no one size fits all answer to this. Checking your owner’s manual is a good place to start. The manufacturer will most likely suggest how often a tune-up should be performed on your specific vehicle. Generally, an auto tune-up is done at 30k, 60k, and 90k miles. If your gas mileage is dropping, your vehicle doesn’t want to start as it used to or you feel a jeering when you shift these are all signs your car is craving a tune-up. The mechanics at Ron’s Auto and RV can help you decide a schedule that works best for you and your vehicle.
Why is a tune-up important?
Having regular tune-ups on your vehicle can save you money in the long run. A well-tuned car gets better fuel economy, improves engine performance, and ensures your vehicle runs better overall. It’s important to have quality parts and knowledgeable people to perform a tune-up on your vehicle. Here at Ron’s Auto and RV our mechanics are trained to ensure your vehicle receives the best possible care.
This isn’t your Grandpa’s tune-up.
There’s a common misconception that cars today don’t need tune-ups. While it’s true that the tune-ups today are quite different from those of the past, they are still essential. While cars now have computers instead of mechanical ignition systems, they still require maintenance. A tune-up now days will involve inspecting your car, checking belts, spark plugs, flushing liquids, testing your battery, checking your tires, checking your brakes, and much more. Give Ron’s Auto and RV a call today to see if your car might be in need of a tune-up.