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Q: Cost to do a tuneup?

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I have no issues, but I think the car may be due. The check engine light is on but, other than that, I have no issues. Thanks.

Hi there. It’s always best to have a professional mobile mechanic come to your location and complete a check engine light inspection first. This will allow them to determine what is causing this light to illuminate, then they will be able to let you know what repairs or service is required; along with any scheduled routine services.

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