Tune Up Service
If your vehicle was built before 2000, the words “Tune Up” still apply. These older vehicles had parts with names like carburetor, points and condenser that required regular attention. Since 2000, the majority of vehicles are designed to drive as much as 100,000 miles before you have to replace the spark plugs. Regardless of your vehicle’s age, Kremer Service’s ASE certified technicians have the tools and equipment to service and repair every vehicle, vintage to new.
Even though a tune up is no longer a regular service for most of today’s high tech vehicles, what is very important is following your vehicle’s regular schedule maintenance schedule. Having regular oil and lubrication service, fluid flushes, steering, alignment & suspension maintenance, filter changes, timing belt or timing chain service, and the other maintenance services recommended in your owner’s manual will extend the life of your vehicle and help provide trouble free driving. There is an effort by some dealerships to try to convince you that only the dealer where you purchased your vehicle can perform factory scheduled maintenance. There is no truth to this claim. There is even a federal law called the Magnussen Moss Warranty Act that was put in to law in 1975 that makes it clear that you can have recommended factory scheduled maintenance performed at an independent repair facility like Kremer Services.
If you have any questions about your vehicles factory scheduled maintenance schedule feel free to contact one of Kremer Services advisors.
Inver Grove Heights
Monday-Thursday: 7a.m. – 6p.m.
Friday: 7a.m. – 5p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED