Over time, the numerous complex systems that make up your engine will begin to go out of sync with each other. There are many reasons for these changes, but the end result is that your vehicle needs to be adjusted to compensate for these changes. Fan Belts, vacuum fixtures, tubes, wires, and other parts can be affected by things like heat and moisture. If these parts are damaged, it’s important to change them, but sometimes, they can be adjusted to compensate for performance issues, to avoid costly replacements until they are absolutely necessary.
Even if we don’t perform any major repairs on your scheduled tuneup, we are still getting under your hood to determine the overall health of your engine. If we see any small issues that we know will have to be addressed in the near future, we’ll let you know, so you can plan ahead for the future. We do our best to stop small issues before they evolve into costly, time-consuming problems.