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Salt Lake City Auto Tuneups

The industry standard is that every vehicle should get a tuneup at least once every 3 years, or every 30,000 miles. Although, your vehicle manufacturer might have more specific recommendations for your particular vehicle. If you come into Master Muffler Salt Lake for a tuneup, we'll be able to let you know what the ideal maintenance schedule is for your vehicle.

What Is A Tuneup?

Your engine is made up of various systems that run in tandem to make your vehicle work. Over time, these different systems can start to become out of sync with each other. Belts can stretch or crack; tubes & hoses expand and contract; particle buildup gums up moving parts; many different issues slowly build up over time, contributing to decreased performance in your vehicle. Tuneups are a chance to get expert mechanics under your hood to prevent these smaller issues from developing into big (expensive) problems.

Even if no major work is needed, our technicians will let you know what to expect for maintenance in the future. Here at Master Muffler Salt Lake City, we know that keeping our customers informed lets them anticipate work, make better plans for the future, and extend the life of their vehicles. By keeping up with your vehicle maintenance, you can avoid wasting time and money on more complex repair procedures that can easily be avoided.

Our most basic tuneups include changing your spark plugs, and checking for timing issues. However, the whole time our auto pros are under your hood, they'll be checking for any warning signs that you need to be aware off. Stop by our shop, we offer several different pricing plans and packages to meet unique circumstances and budgets.

Full Service Tuneup

Here is what you can expect from a Master Muffler Salt Lake City full service tuneup on your next visit:

  • Change the Spark Plugs
  • Change the Fuel Filter
  • Replace the Distributor Cap (if needed)
  • Check spark plug wires (replace if needed)
  • Check the belts (replace if needed)
  • Check the battery
  • Check oxygen sensors (replace if needed)
  • Replace the air filter (if needed)
  • Replace the PCV valve (if needed)
  • Change the distributor rotor (older model vehicles)
  • Check the Coil or Coil packs (replace if needed)

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