Parts and tools needed for a car's tune-up include spark plugs, a fuel filter, a socket wrench, a spark plug socket, a spark plug gapping tool, the service manual, screwdrivers, crescent wrenches, a distributor cap, spar... More »

Tune-ups vary between shops, but generally they consist of the replacement of spark plugs and other routine preventative maintenance to keep the engine running smoothly. Further maintenance included in some tune-ups invo... More »

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For a minimal tune-up, a car owner should expect to pay from $40 to $150, as of 2015. This usually includes replacing the spark plugs and taking a close look at the spark plug wires. More »

A complete car tune-up includes spark plug replacement, rotor replacement, fuel injector cleaning, a new air filter, a new fuel filter, a new PCV valve and checks on various systems, including fluid levels, ignition, emi... More »

An automobile tune-up consists of a check of a vehicle's fuel filter, air filter, spark plugs, spark plug wires and battery. The PCV valve, belts, lights and tires are also checked. An oil change is performed and the car... More »

Before electronically-controlled vehicles, a tune-up included maintenance adjustments to the engine and replacement of the spark plugs and distributor points, the distributor cap and rotor, and the fuel and air filters. ... More »

A basic tune-up includes cleaning out the air filter, replacing the spark plugs and replacing the distributor cap and rotor. A basic tune-up is simple to perform, even for novice mechanics. More »