Engine Tune Up Service


Some things never change, such as the need for preventive maintenance. But a tune-up is one job that's changed a great deal over the years.

Your vehicle might be getting hard to start, not getting the fuel mileage it once did, hesitating or stalling, knocking or not running with the same zip and power as before.

Or, your vehicle may have failed an emissions test. So what you probably need is an engine performance analysis like Bayside Automotive Repair in Safety Harbor.

We promise that the tune-up services we perform at Bayside Automotive Repair Complete Auto Care located in Safety Harbor will be done right, the first time.

That’s what Bayside Automotive Repair is all about – helping you get the most out of your car, for as long as you own it.

Engine Tune Up Service
Tune-Up Checks
Any tune-up today should start with a battery of performance checks to base line or confirm the engine's overall condition. These should include:
  • Battery voltage
  • Power balance or dynamic compression
  • Engine vacuum
  • Scan for fault codes
  • Verify idle speed
  • Check ignition timing
What to Replace

If the tune-up checks find no major faults, the following items should be replaced for preventive maintenance:
  • Spark Plugs
  • Fuel filter
  • Air filter
  • PCV Valve
  • Breather Filter
  • (if required)
  • Distributor Cap
    and/or Rotor
  • Spark Plug Wires
  • Belts
  • Hoses
  • Fluids, etc.

Regular engine tune-ups bring power and efficiency back to your car. At Bayside Automotive Repair Auto Care Center, we visually inspect all of your engine components and install new parts as needed.

A properly tuned car, truck or SUV can improve your gas mileage and performance. With today's gas prices, having your car inspected annually to determine if your vehicle could benefit from a tune-up is a great way to save money on gas and keep your car performing at its best.