Thanks. I thought so, but it good to hear your opinion. If my idle is rough I'll do the injectors, and if the brakes pads, rotors need service, I'll consider adding the flushing. One other question, I've heard that nitrogen air fills on tires makes them last longer, maintain their air, and offer better performance. Hyundai supplies that as standard on their models.
Is there any value to getting nitrogen air fill on new or old tires? What's the real reason?