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There’s no denying routine maintenance is important for any vehicle, but that’s especially true for Jeep® Wrangler service. We know you’re always out testing your 4x4 SUV to its limits. We encourage you to follow this recommended schedule when it comes to scheduling service at Jim Marsh Chrysler Jeep. 

Every 7,500 Miles

Typically, we recommend service at least every 7,500 miles. However, your Jeep Wrangler also includes an oil change indicator system, which will alert you when maintenance is due. Make sure you also pay close attention to any warning signs your Jeep SUV gives you, such as unusual performance, sounds, alerts, or smells.

  • Oil change and filter replacement
  • Tire rotation and balance
  • Inspect the battery
  • Top off the transmission fluid
  • Inspect the exhaust system
  • Inspect the brake system

Every 20,000 Miles

Once you hit 20,000 miles, you’ll also have a few extra maintenance tasks that your SUV will need.

  • Brake inspection
  • Replace A/C and cabin air filter
  • Inspect the CV and universal joints
  • Inspect the brake linings and parking brake

Every 40,000 Miles

  • Front and rear axle fluid change
  • Replace A/C and cabin air filter

Every 60,000 Miles

  • Transfer case fluid change
  • Transmission fluid change

Every 100,000 Miles

As your miles climb, your Jeep Wrangler may begin to need maintenance more often. Keep in mind that you can get upwards of 200,000 miles out of a well-maintained vehicle, so you don’t want to mistreat it. 

  • Inspect belts and PCV valve (replace if necessary)

This schedule is just a guideline. Our Las Vegas Jeep service center is ready to help when you need quality auto care and can also let you know the ideal schedule for your driving conditions. We’ll provide the maintenance you need and make sure your SUV is working as efficiently as possible too. Reach out to schedule an appointment today! 

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