Cars don't last forever, but with a little bit of effort, you can keep them young and healthy for as long as possible. If you were so inclined you could take it out and clean it which was pretty time consuming but could be done. Learn more about our maintenance schedule, and discover how the at Station Chrysler Jeep can help. See the Tire Sizing Chart example found in the Tire Safety Information section of this manual for more information relating to the Load Index and Speed Symbol of a tire. In some ways it took Chrysler too long to catch up, but I think they have finally arrived. I think buying the best oil filter is every bit as important the oil. Our expert service team can take care of your current service needs as well as schedule your next visit.
Normal car and normal driving for life I can understand. Maybe I'm old fashioned Jeep person, but basic fluid changes are needed. If you're going off road, which the is perfect for, make sure you're giving the engine air cleaner filter a check. Inspect the engine air cleaner filter; replace if necessary. At least you can see the coolant and if that's looking bad change it.
Replacement Tires: The tires on your new vehicle provide a balance of many characteristics. You'll probably have to replace your brake linings at this point in addition to changing your manual transmission fluid. Do you have any questions for us? Our cars are best when they're brand new. Perform the first inspection at 16,000 miles 26 000 km or 12 months. See dealer for complete details, dealer is not responsible for pricing errors, all prices, plus tax, title, plate, and doc fees. Failure to use equivalent replacement tires may adversely affect the safety, handling, and ride of your vehicle. Every vehicle has been through a 125 point safety inspection completed by a certified technician and fully detailed.
Said it is good for the life of the vehicle. I have to say it makes me a bit nervous but who am I to an engineer. Oh transfer case checks and replace oil at 100K. This is especially important if your car frequents extreme temperatures, desert operations, off-road, or driving at sustained speeds. I'd rather change it 3x a year and be safe. The latter is especially important if you use your Grand Cherokee to tow things often. Go ahead and have the air conditioning filter replaced, and have your first inspection of the exhaust system no later than this time.
You should also flush your differential fluid, engine coolant, and transmission fluid and get it all replaced. . You can rotate your tires too if the tread is looking a little uneven, but that might be able to wait until another 7,500 miles go by over the next six months. A quality oil filter is important. But make sure you get your oil and oil filter changed in every subsequent service. For people like me you just got a refurbished one and paid a few hundred to have it replaced. In fact, for every service on this schedule, you need to repeat them in even intervals based on how many miles you put on your Grand Cherokee.
They can take care of every service on this list, leaving your vehicle running great. So the more I learn about this vehicle the more I am liking it. The last two models of Jetta had sealed transmissions. It is recommended you contact your original equipment or an authorized tire dealer with any questions you may have on tire specifications or capability. In any case annual maintenance was expensive but to me still worth it because Diesel power is like a drug to me. When the tread is worn to the tread wear indicators, the tire should be replaced.
Make sure none of your hoses have any leaks. I am sure I will have this Jeep for at least 8-9 years so I am covered. It's nice to see a thread started on the topic of what's good about their Jeep. I have seen how dirty oil can get after only 4 months and 4k. You'll want to repeat the oil change every 8,000 miles and the tire rotation every 16,000 miles after this service. Schedule Service at Your Local Jeep Dealer Keep this maintenance schedule going at regular intervals by going to Family Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram. I do not imagine I will be subjecting mine to very many extreme conditions so I hope they mean what they say.
The Transmission must have some built in sensor that will tell you if you start to burn up the fluid. You need that done every single service. Oh transfer case checks and replace oil at 100K. I plan to do oil analysis on mine for the first two changes which I am planning on 3000 miles then after that go 7-8K miles and see what the results are. All you need to know is when to bring in your Jeep for service.