About This Tune-Up Service

Service Details

Today's engines are highly advanced and may be difficult to troubleshoot on your own. Bringing your vehicle to a local Tire & Service Network locations will allow our engine diagnostic equipment and vehicle computer data to help pinpoint potential hidden problems and worn parts. Depending on the age and model of your vehicle, your engine tune-up service includes:

  • A thorough inspection of your entire engine and its mechanisms
  • Replacement of faulty or worn electronic engine components such as oxygen sensors and electronic control module components
  • Replacement of faulty or worn spark plugs, air filters, and fuel filters
  • Adjustment of your vehicle's idle and timing
  • Adjustment of the clutch (on vehicles equipped with a manual transmission)

Engine Tune-Up: Common Questions

Why is a Vehicle Tune-Up Important?

Normal vehicle usage causes various parts of your engine to lose their efficiency because of under-the-hood temperature and vibration.

  • Regular tune-ups help maintain vehicle safety and performance by ensuring that worn or faulty parts are replaced promptly
  • Tune-ups can help you achieve maximum fuel efficiency and vehicle performance

When to Schedule a Tune-Up

Tune-ups are an important part of regular vehicle maintenance and should be scheduled annually. You should schedule a tune-up sooner if you notice any of the following:

  • Your gas mileage is decreasing
  • You experience a loss of power or torque
  • Your engine sounds like it's running rough or stalls out at a stop
  • You hear knocking or pinging sounds when accelerating or after the ignition is turned off
  • Your check engine light remains on after your initial start

Warranty Information

ENGINE TUNE-UP

PARTS: 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.

LABOR: 24 months or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Exclusions apply; See Full Warranty Details

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