Tune-UpBring your vehicle in to a local Just Tires location today and we’ll start by performing a complete 29-Point Inspection, which looks for any possible issues with your tires, fluids, brakes, and areas under the hood. Our technicians will offer comprehensive repair advice, including charges, if anything comes back suggesting something requires immediate attention.
DOES YOUR VEHICLE NEED A TUNE-UP?
If you’ve noticed a dip in your vehicle’s performance, it may be time for a thorough analysis of your vehicle’s tires, brakes, fluids, and engine to ensure it is running its best and small maintenance services or repairs don’t become big ones down the road.
Allow our service and tire technicians to evaluate your car with our free 29-Point Inspection today.
ABOUT OUR TUNE-UP SERVICE
What Does a Tune-Up Consist Of?
Our technicians begin with a comprehensive 29-Point Free Inspection that checks and covers the major systems in your vehicle, which includes (but is not limited to):
- Your Tires - We check air pressure, tread depth, speed ratings and load capacity to ensure you have the right tire for your vehicle’s manufacturer recommendations
- Your Fluids - We check oil, transmission, coolant, power steering, washer, and brake fluid for needed maintenance
- Under The Hood - We check engine start and crank inspection to determine battery life, as well as your lights, filters, wipers, and more.
- Your Brakes - We check the front- and rear brakes to look for signs of wear
After the inspection, our findings will be shared, and we’ll discuss any recommended repairs or services and their costs. We’ll also identify which areas need immediate attention versus any potential future repairs.
Where Can I Get a Car Tune-Up Near Me?
Easily schedule an appointment online today at your local Just Tires tire shop for a Free 29-Point Inspection.
Are Tune-Ups Necessary?
Periodic vehicle inspections will keep you informed about any repairs that are required, allowing you and your vehicle to function smoothly.
How Often Does a Car Need a Tune-Up?
It's recommended that an inspection by a service technician is performed during each scheduled oil change. This regular timing will make you aware of any changes in the condition of your vehicle.