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The only tune up you can do on most current cars, is to replace sparkplugs, as ignition timing is computer controled

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How to tune up a 2000 lincoln ls


Tune -Ups have been a thing of the past for
over 30 years,only spark plugs left.

Nothing you or a professional will do, actually
tunes anything,the cars computer does what
is necessary to keep the engine running as
designed

What your referring to is called Preventative
Maintenance & is about the same on all vehicles

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Tune up


Today's cars don't really get tuneups any more.
The plugs, belts and hoses, trans fluid, and fuel filter should be changed before 50,000 miles.

Sep 22, 2012 | 2004 Chevrolet Impala

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I have a 2002 ford zx2 with a little over 100000 miles. I was told the only thing necessary for a tuneup would be new plugs. Is this correct?


In my world your correct

Tune-ups have been gone for 25 years,
as computers do all the tuning

Spark plugs are all that is left & they are
called preventative maintenance, as they
always were.

You can do air filter,gas filter,clean MAF Sensor
etc, but not tuning anything,just restoring things

Jun 23, 2011 | 2002 Ford ZX2

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Do i have to take the intake off to change the spark plugs


You did not mention which engine you have, but YES, it is necessary to remove the upper intake plenum to replace the spark plugs on the rear bank of most Toyota V-6 Engines. This is why many tune-ups are as expensive as they are...The old days of getting a 6 Cyl tune-up for $59.99 are long gone...

Feb 21, 2011 | 2004 Toyota Solara

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How to keep my 1997 j30 in good running condition


Regular tune ups
Regular Tune ups
Regular tune ups
Regular tune ups
Regular tune ups
Regular tune ups
Regular tune ups

Includes: Oil & oil filter, fuel filter, air filter, every 6 months if you drive it a lot.
At that time check spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, rotor. and replace if necessary.

Change trans fluid and filter every 2 years if you drive it a lot, other wise 3-4 years.

Switch to synthetic oil. It's worth the price.
Don't add any "additives". They shouldn't be necessary and may actually do more harm than good.

Watch how you drive.
Watch how you drive
Watch how you drive
Watch how you drive.
Watch how you drive.

Don't lend it to anyone.
Don't lend it to anyone
Don't lend it to anyone.

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I change the cam and crank sensor and the van stills bucks when drive it normal.


Is this the starting point for your repair? Change the Cam? Or did you first do a good and compete tune up? This is the first step ... a tune up.

A complete tune up is everything necessary to return the vehicle to original operating charastics.

Hard to give you specific advice when you dont list the model or year or any other symptoms.

Thank you.

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How often may i tune up my 2004 jeep liverty.


You can tune it up every day if you want to but you only need to do a major tune up about every 80K miles. It is good to give everything a "once over" at least once every two months...check the coolant level, air filter, hoses, drivebelt etc and clean / replace as needed and make sure there is nothing obvious that needs attention. Most important is to regularly check the oil level and change it when necessary. I use synthetics as they reduce friction (wear) and last longer than conventional lubricants.
good luck!

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Tune up


Well weather it is a V-6 or a V-8, tune-up is replacing the distributor cap, rotor, points, replace the spark plugs or clean them, air filter, check your fan belts...replace if necessary, check engine oil, and trannt fluid...radiator fluid...just about check everything but replace the above.

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Need tune up routine settings for 1975 280e


hi,,fuel filter,air filter,plug,coolant, for common maintenance service,adjustment or setting is necessary if there is a problem,if not not adjust,or if you want ask your dealer,they have maintenance service sheet for all model,ty

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Isuzu Tune up


Spark plugs every 100,000 miles, air and fuel filter 30,000 miles, inspect ignition system components when plugs are changed, replace as necessary.

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