Fuel Filter

The fuel filter keeps contaminants like dirt, water and rust out of your vehicle’s engine. Some fuel filters are located inside the tank, while others are fitted into the fuel line between the tank and the fuel pump. Check your owner’s manual for specific service intervals. If your vehicle loses power, misfires or stalls, you…

Timing Belt

The timing belt synchronizes the cam and crankshafts in your engine and keeps the entire car running smoothly. For everything to work properly, the timing belt has to perfectly sync the valves with the motion of the pistons. To prevent the timing belt from failing, it should be replaced every 50,000 to 70,000 miles. Ask…

Fuel Pump

The fuel pump is an integral part of the fuel system, literally pumping fuel from the gas tank into your engine. We recommend getting your fuel pump checked every 100,000 miles. However, if your vehicle loses power while accelerating, or if the engine sputters, chances are your fuel pump is not working correctly. Without a…

Timing Belt Tensioner

The timing belt tensioner is what applies pressure to the timing belt, keeping it tight and running smoothly. When something goes wrong, it is often the tensioner that’s the cause and not the timing belt itself. To prevent the timing belt from failing, the timing belt, tensioner and idler pulleys should be replaced every 50,000…

Ignition Coil

An ignition coil is a high-voltage transformer in your ignition system. It transforms the battery’s low voltage to the thousands of volts the spark plugs need to start your engine and keep it running smoothly. We recommend getting the ignition coils checked during your recommended service intervals. If your car won’t start, or if the…