Everyone knows that just owning a vehicle isn't enough. These are machines that need consistent upkeep in order to keep them in pristine condition for as long as possible. That's why, here at Brookfield CDJR, we are doing everything within our power to give our customers the best information possible. You deserve to keep driving around in your Jeep Wrangler 4xe without any issues, and you can do so if you keep up with a service schedule. If you don't know what this is, this is a schedule that you make appointments based off of every time you hit the next amount of mileage. You'll be getting a certified technician from our dealership to look at your vehicle, and get certain services done. Every single person and their vehicle will have a varying schedule, but below we are giving you an example of the type of schedule you can follow.
The first major time in which we highly recommend scheduling an appointment for your vehicle is every 5,000 miles, or around six months depending on how much you drive. At this point in time, you should get services done like the changing of the engine oil and filter, an inspection of the drive belts, battery condition, brake check, and a top up of all of the fluids in your vehicle. Should any issues be discovered, our team can provide you with the information you need so we can proceed from there. The sooner we can find a problem, the easier and cheaper it will be to fix!
Next up in this suggested service schedule is 15,000 miles, or around a year depending on your own specific driving habits. Not only will you want to have all of the previously mentioned services performed, but there are a few more additions that you may want to consider. These are all in an attempt to keep your Wrangler 4xe running in excellent condition. You'll want to have one of our technicians inspect the entire air conditioning system, with the off chance that they may need to replace the cabin air filter, too. You'll also want the exhaust system to be checked out for any damage to it, or potential leaks. Last but not least, make sure the suspension has been looked over for any damage that needs to be addressed.
The final part of this schedule that we want to talk about is what should be happening every 30,000 miles, or around every 2 years. This is an opportunity where you should still be having the other services done, you just need more inspections done on the vehicle and the systems that help make it run. We highly recommend having the axle components checked over the potential wear and tear that can be happening, along with the steering linkage and boots. The fuel system and cooling system shouldn't be skipping over, especially if there are leaks that could be causing havoc on performance.
Schedule Service Appointment at Brookfield CDJR
Now that you have a fuller picture of what kind of service schedule you might utilize for your Jeep Wrangler 4xe, we hope you will choose us as your service center of choice. Know that we have the best technicians around who are ready to help you out. They can diagnose issues, inspect your Jeep, and ensure that it stays on the road for as long as possible. All you have to do is schedule the appointment.