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What Are the Top 3 Signs That My Car Is Due for a Tune-Up?

A tune-up can be more than just regular maintenance. Automotive experts suggest this for a reason: your car should be taken to a repair shop before serious issues arise. Following this step can significantly extend the life of your vehicle and how long it can stay on the road. However, it's not always apparent what kind of issues there are. A professional can take a closer look and identify underlying issues that may be brewing under the hood.

 

Here are some signs your vehicle needs a tune-up:

1. The Vehicle Makes Concerning Sounds During Acceleration

You should always follow your senses when it comes to detecting vehicle problems. And if a car is making loud knocking noises when accelerating or on steep hills, it can be a sign your engine isn't working optimally. Similarly, if the vehicle idles or accelerates roughly, it could be a spark plug problem. Taking your automobile for a tune-up may let you know more about this issue and point to a needed fix.

2. Gas Mileage Isn't As Good As Before

If you're filling up your gas tank more often than you have before (with no changes to your lifestyle), then there's probably an issue with your car efficiency. Poor gas mileage can be a sign of faulty spark plugs or difficulties with fuel injection. A tune-up will help uncover the problem and improve your vehicle performance.

3. Difficulties Starting The Car

There's no question that you should always look for help if your car has trouble starting. A long list of possible things could have gone wrong, from a drained battery or a faulty fuel pump. To accurately diagnose the problem, please take your vehicle to a mechanic at Aeschbach Automotive.

 

Even the most reliable or the newest cars need a tune-up every once in a while. Tune-ups are necessary if you want to protect the longevity of your vehicle. If you require a tune-up today, please come by our auto repair shop for an examination.

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