Our car maintenance tips and tricks
Jan 11

6 Signs Your Car Needs a Tune-Up

Owning a car comes with a lot of responsibilities, one of the most important one is making sure each and every component has undergone thorough inspection on a routine basis. This process of regular tune-up will invariably extend the longevity of your vehicle. In most cases, your vehicle will display visible warning signs that may determine whether a full tune-up is required or not. However, there are also chances that it will not display any signs at all until an unfortunate breakdown presents itself. Which is why scheduling routine inspection will ensure your safety on the road at all times. The major advantage of an auto tune up is that it ensures your vehicle operates smoothly and it prevents further damage or massive expenses. 

Given below are some of the symptoms you may need to look out for in your vehicle:

  1. Engine Light is ON
  2. Difficulty in starting the car
  3. Knocking or Unusual Sounds
  4. Bad Fuel Mileage
  5. Excessive Stalling
  6. Reduced Braking Capacity 

If you have noticed any of the above warning signs that your vehicle is long overdue for a tune-up. A vehicle inspection should never be overlooked, as you won’t really know if it’s necessary or not until the overall diagnosis has been thoroughly carried out. Avoid unfortunate incidents or breakdown on the road  by getting your car on a regular maintenance schedule. In conclusion, it’s wise to get in touch with a vehicle repair shop near you when you start coming across warning signs in your car that may question your safety on the road. 
Get in touch with skilled experts at Smart Mechanics who are professionally equipped to carry out complete diagnostics on your vehicle and provide nothing but quality service.

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