Question about 1997 Infiniti.5 J30
Normally a full tuneup is about $300-$400 but because its a jag expect to pay a premium of about 50% so roughly $450-$600 depending on what you get done. You would save the most money if you could buy all the parts and find a shop to put them in for you but most these days will only put their parts in (they make money of thier parts and are more expensive then the auto parts store) A full tune up consist of timing adjust (if possible) air/fuel filter, PCV valve, spark plugs/wires, Distributer cap and rotor and a visiual inspection of all other engine componets/fluids and scanning the codes if any on the computer. Normally takes about 2-3 hours on the average vehicle but could be more for hard to access places in some vehicles. I would get several estimates and ask what all will be replaced in a full tune up before selecting a shop. The price difference can be $100's of dollars..
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