You could get better gas mileage—by an average of 4% or 16¢ per gallon—with an engine tune-up1
Modern engines are made up of sensitive electronic components, so they can be difficult to troubleshoot without the right equipment. During an engine tune-up, the experts at Tire & Service Network locations use an engine diagnostic tool to access your vehicle’s computer data. This data lets us diagnose any hidden performance problems or parts that need to be replaced.
The specifics of your engine tune-up service depend on what kind of vehicle you drive:
1 Source: www.carcare.org
Engine tune-up services are backed by the by the Tire & Service Network Limited Warranty of 24 months or 24,000 mi (40,000 km), whichever comes first, for standard parts and labor.*
How do tune-ups improve my vehicle’s performance?
When you drive, heat and friction cause wear and tear on vehicle components and systems. By replacing worn or faulty parts, regular tune-ups help to maintain vehicle safety and performance. Tune-ups can help you achieve maximum fuel efficiency.
When to get a tune-up
Tune-ups should be done annually as part of your regular maintenance plan. However, you should come in for a tune-up right away if:
For more ways to help keep your tires in tip-top condition, check out Dunlop’s tire-care and maintenance guidelines.
From routine maintenance to major automotive repairs, the expert services at more than 2,400 Goodyear Tire & Service Network locations are performed by certified technicians, use premium products, and are backed by the Tire & Service Network Limited Service Warranty.
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