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THE TUNE UP. IT’S LIKE A COMPLETE PHYSICAL FOR YOUR CAR.

Even when you drive your car carefully and service it regularly according to all the manual’s recommended intervals, its components are still going to slowly wear down, come loose and collect gunk.

That’s why a Mufflerman tune up can be such an essential part of your vehicle’s overall maintenance. It can help spot small issues before they become bigger problems, and basically keep all your vehicle’s vital components clean and tight and functioning at their very best.

Prevent trouble before it happens.

A tune up is a great way to stay ahead of any problems that might arise with your vehicle. Your Mufflerman technician will perform a complete visual inspection of all your car’s major components. Finding and fixing small leaks or loose connections now can help to prevent much bigger problems (and repair bills) down the road.

A tune up is not just spark plugs and wires, either. We’ll look under your vehicle to inspect the drivetrain and exhaust systems, and inside the cabin as well to ensure gauges and climate control components are all in good working order. We’ll also help identify issues that will require attention sometime in the near future and give you an estimate on the expected cost. In all, a tune up is a great way keep your car or truck running better, and running longer, too.

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Annually, a service technician will check pressures to test operation, refrigerant charge, and outlet temperatures. If the system is low on refrigerant, a leak test is performed to find the source of the leak. Sometimes, refrigerant may need to be added to top off the system, a technician may also check for evidence of cross-contamination. The inspection will also include a check of the compressor’s drive belt and tension.

Typically these smells are from bacteria buildup in the evaporator. We have all the tools needed to clean this up and have your car smelling fresh again.

Maybe! Your refrigerant could be low, either because you just need it refilled or there’s a leak in the A/C system. Bring it in and we can let you know.

It may simply be engine noise you’re hearing, but it can also be a problem with your compressor. This is the heart of the system, have it checked it you hear anything unusual.