Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
I would forget that dealer. You never get to talk to the tech that will work on your vehicle, so in my opinion,a dealer is a waste of time and too expensive, due to the size of the overall operation. That said, there are a lot of professional dealer techs on this site, that would disagree.
I would always and only, go to a local shop with a good reputation,if you don't have the knowledge and skills to do your own work.
There is no such thing as a tune-up.
All vehicles from 1981 to 1983 on,some 30 years, are electronic. You only change spark plugs every 3 or 4 years,around 50,000 or more. That doesn't consitiute tuning anything.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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