Chicopee Auto Repair

Tune-Up & Performance

It seems like only yesterday that any backyard mechanic could buy spark plugs, ignition parts and an air filter and spend Saturday morning giving the family sedan a tune-up. Not any longer. True, most vehicles are still internal combustion engines, but modern fuel and engine management systems pretty much prevent driveway tune-ups.

System components now include fuel injection, throttle positioning sensors, mass air flow sensors and more. Given the sophistication and integration of these systems, tune-ups are best left to a trained technician.

Service and Maintenance

While today’s vehicles may have fewer user-serviceable parts, they still need regular tune-ups to maintain performance and optimum fuel economy. Consult your owner’s manual for recommended intervals or see your local mechanic if the vehicle hesitates or stalls or if there are any abnormal engine noises or you notice fuel odors.

Signs of Wear

Engine hesitation; stalling; decline in engine performance; “Check Engine” or “Service Engine Soon” light illuminates.

Service Menu

We provide tune-ups, inspection, maintenance and repair to all fuel and engine management components:

  • Carburetors
  • Drivability Problems
  • Fuel Injection
  • Fuel Pumps
  • Ignition Wires
  • Spark Plugs
  • Computers
  • Emission Controls
  • Fuel Lines & Hoses
  • Fuel Tanks
  • Fuel Gauges
  • Maintenance Tune up
  • Diagnosis & Testing
  • Fuel Filters
  • Ignition System
  • No Start Experts