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West Jordan Tuneup & Inspection

The general rule in the industry is that vehicles should get a tuneup at least once every 3 years, or every 30,000 miles. Though, manufacturers will sometimes have more specific recommendations. If you come in to Master Muffler West Jordan for your next tuneup, we'll be able to formulate a personalized tuneup schedule based on factory standards and your driving habits. You can feel confident that this maintenance schedule will assist us in catching smaller issues with your vehicle before the turn into bigger and more expensive problems.

What Is A Tuneup?

Your vehicle is made up of many complex mechanical systems. Vacuums, hoses, sensors, belts and other parts are all made up of different materials which can change over time. The different materials will change at different rates and eventually, these small shifts will be sending incorrect feedback to all the different systems of your engine. A tuneup allows our experienced mechanics to get under your hood and reconfigure these systems. It also means that we can look for smaller issues that can potentially develop into larger problems. Our knowledgeable mechanics can let you know when to repair these small issues before they evolve into something worse.

So, even if we don't perform any major work during your scheduled tuneup, our trained eyes will be taking an inventory of work you should anticipate in the near future. Since we're on the front lines fixing all types of vehicles every day, we'll also let you know of any trends that we've seen with your vehicle. This includes any issued warnings that you may have missed from the manufacturer.

Full Service Tuneup

Here at Master Muffler West Jordan, we offer several different options for our full service tuneups. Stop by and see what we can do for you and your vehicle!

  • 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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