Tuning up an Opel Corsa, or any vehicle, involves replacing the spark plugs and filters. Tune-ups are generally referred to as a broader spectrum on a car, but its purpose revolves around freshening aspects of the engine that are worn and need to be replaced.
When people refer to a tune-up, they focus on components, such as spark plugs and filters. The main purpose of a tune-up is to lessen the fuel consumption of a vehicle and attempt to gain its optimal performance. This is achieved by replacing old spark plugs and wires and installing new filters. The following instructions explain how to perform a tune-up on a Opel Corsa C.
- Open the hood and locate the components
- Disconnect the battery
- Remove the spark plugs
- Replace the filters
- Turn the Opel on
Open the hood of the Opel and locate the spark plug wires and air filters.
Once located, disconnect the negative battery cable to avoid shock. Then remove the spark plug wires from the vehicle. Also, loosen the screws to open the air box.
Remove and inspect each spark plug and replace them.
Remove and replace the old air filter. For the fuel filter, relieve the line pressure and remove it. Prime the new filter before installing into the vehicle.
Turn on the vehicle to ensure all the new components are functioning properly.