Is Your 2019 Jeep® Wrangler Ready for an Alignment?
At Woodhouse Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM, we know your time is valuable; that’s why we recommend regular maintenance on your 2019 Jeep® Wrangler. Annual inspections help you avoid significant issues that may put your SUV out of commission. When was the last time your vehicle had an alignment? Find out what our experts suggest, know what type of adjustment you need, then schedule your appointment at a Jeep dealership near Omaha.
Does your 2019 Jeep Wrangler need an alignment?
Even if you haven’t driven off-road lately, your Jeep SUV may still need an adjustment. There are several key indicators that your vehicle needs an alignment. If you notice one or more of these signs, then give our team a call.
- Squealing tires while backing up or driving
- Vibration in the steering wheel
- Steering wheel pulling side to side
- Crooked steering wheel
- Tires that look more worn than they should be
- Uneven tire wear
What type of alignment do you need?
The type of alignment you need will vary according to your vehicle’s specifications. For example, if you’ve recently installed a new lift on your SUV, then you may only need a front-end-alignment. All-wheel-drive models often require a four-wheel-adjustment. Our technicians can use their factory training to assess your vehicle and determine the best solution.
How long does an alignment take?
Typically, once we complete an inspection on your vehicle, then a straight-forward alignment only takes about an hour. However, if we notice damage to critical components, like your steering bushing or ball joints, then we’ll need to make repairs before the adjustment. If you need an inspection or notice any of these signs, then call Woodhouse Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM near Omaha and schedule your service appointment today.