Different cars have different requirements. Therefore, you should consult your car's manual to determine the maintenance schedule for your particular car. How often you drive your car and how many miles you drive will impact the timing.
The interval at which you should get your car a tune up varies depending on your vehicles manufacturers specifications in your owners manual. However, as a general rule of thumb your car should receive a tune up at least once yearly.
Most cars built in the last 20 years need a tune-up at around 80-100,000 miles.
You need to tell us what sort of tune up you are talking about ... HOME , CAR .... etc.
every 3,000 miles
The rate of a tune-up varies depending on where you live and where you take your car. You should pay more than $100 for a tune-up by a professional.
Tune UpAccording to the Toyota website your vehicle isn't due for a tune-up for 120,000 miles.
Should only be required at 100,000 miles
You can perform a basic car tune up for your car by firstly, going to your local mechanical works store or hardware store and purchasing a car tune up kit and following the instructions.
That depends on the car. Some vehicles with points in the distributor needed a tune-up every 10,000 miles. Solid state ignitions have changed that number and many of the GM vehicles are advertising that you don't need your first tune-up for 100,000 miles. Refer to the owners manual for the recommended interval between tune-ups.
No, a car warranty will not cover a tune up. A tune up is considered a minor fixing of a normally occuring problem with the car. A warranty is used to cover major problems with the car, problems that were caused by the manufacturer.
Generally a tune up consists of spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor(DIS ignition has no cap/rotor), fuel filter, air filter, PCV valve. This is the general type. Others may define tune up another way and include other things. I define it this way. Going a bit further, there can be a timing belt replacement and further. But the general idea of tune up is the necessities I listed in the first line.
every 30,000 miles every 60K