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Sandy: Auto Tuneups & Inspection

Most manufacturers recommend their vehicles should get a tuneup at least once every 3 years, or every 30,000 miles. Though it is important to check your manual to see if they have more specific recommendations. Or, if you come in to Master Muffler Sandy, we're able to help you come up with a tuneup maintenance schedule that combines your manufacturer's recommendations with your driving habits. We'll also give you a heads up about potential issues based on our experience on the front lines of auto repair.

What Is A Tuneup?

Your vehicle functions because of many different types of parts working together. Inevitably, these different systems will become out of sync with each other. This happens for many reasons, but has a lot to do with computerized timing systems and the malleable nature of materials like plastic, rubber, metal and other engine parts. Tuneups aren't so much about fixing what is broken as they are preventing serious issues from developing.

As our technicians work, they'll take stock on critical fixes that could save you money. Even if they don't perform any repairs on the spot, they'll be able to give you a general maintenance schedule, letting your know what to expect in the near future. At Master Muffler Sandy, we know that your able to plan better when you know whats coming which is why we train our mechanics to impart their years of wisdom to you.

We offer many different options through various tuneup packages in order to fit different needs and budgets. Stop by our shop to learn about our full service tuneup. We offer premium auto services at great prices, which are unmatched at our high quality standards.

Full Service Tuneup

Here some of the services that you can expect from a Master Muffler Sandy full service tuneup:

  • 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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