A Master Muffler Layton Tune Up

Auto Tune Up

A tuneup isn’t just a tuneup. This regular maintenance allows us to get under your hood and take a general inventory of the health of your engine. We’ll be able to give you an idea of when you might need some work done, even if we don’t need to immediately. This type of regular checkup is especially important in Utah, where the dry climate wreaks havoc on the belts in your engine.

What Is A Tune Up?

The general rule, is that every vehicle should get a tune up at least once every 3 years, or every 30,000 miles. However, manufactures sometimes have a more specific time table which they will layout in the vehicle manual. So, what exactly gets taken care of in a tuneup? Typically, the process begins with replacing the spark plugs. It sounds simple, but changing the spark plugs on a vehicle can have a significant impact on many other systems. Then, we’ll check several other vital systems of you engine. We’ll let you know if and/or when other parts may need to be replaced and how much you can expect to pay.

Declining fuel efficiency, loss of power and other symptoms that are diagnosed during a tuneup are often subtle at their onset. However, as these problems worsen, they will turn a small leak in your finances into a flowing drain. Coming in for regular tuneups won’t just prevent major problems, it will help stop little leaks before they drain all the cash out of your wallet.

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Getting the most performance out of your car requires attentive care. That is exactly what we provide. Come visit us for a tune-up.

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Full Service Tuneup

Replacing spark plugs

Here is what you can expect from a Master Muffler tune up:

  • 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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